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  • Abrigon Gusiq
    Vocabulary For Folkspraak Wortlist von Folkspraak, updated 12/11/99 Folkspraak Definition Abdomen Abdomen Absorben Absorb ? Akt Act ? Adress Address Luft Air ?
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      Vocabulary For Folkspraak

      Wortlist von Folkspraak, updated 12/11/99

      Folkspraak
      Definition

      Abdomen
      Abdomen

      Absorben
      Absorb

      ? Akt
      Act

      ? Adress
      Address

      Luft
      Air

      ? Luftbus
      Airplane

      ? Lufthaven
      Airport

      ? Alkohol
      Alcohol

      ? All
      All

      ? Und
      And

      Dier
      Animal

      Appel
      Apple

      Aprikos
      Apricot

      ? April
      April

      Arm
      Arm

      ? Artikel
      Article

      Ash
      Ash tree

      Asparges
      Asparagus

      ? August
      August

      ? Autoritet
      Authority

      ? Automobil
      Automobile

      ? Bank
      Bank

      ? Bad
      Bath

      Strand
      Beach

      Baard
      Beard

      Bed
      Bed

      Beuk
      Beech tree

      ? Bier
      Beer

      Beginnen
      Begin

      ? Stumach (Buk)
      Belly

      Birk
      Birch

      Fogel
      Bird, Fowl

      ? Blak
      Black

      Blod
      Blood

      ? Blu
      Blue

      ? Buk
      Book

      ? Brad
      Bread

      Brost (?Brust)
      Breast, Chest

      ? Bringen
      Bring

      ? Braun
      Brown

      ? Bus
      Bus

      Bush
      Bush

      ? Kafe
      Caf�

      Kalv
      Calf

      ? Kannen
      Can

      ? Kanal
      Canal

      Kapacitet
      Capacity

      ? Auto
      Car

      Karp
      Carp

      Kat
      Cat

      Stol
      Chair, Stool

      ? Charakter
      Character

      ? Kinder
      Child

      Skorsteen
      Chimney

      ? Kirch
      Church

      ? Kirch
      Church

      Stad
      City

      ? Klas
      Class

      ? Koalition
      Coalition

      Kust
      Coast

      ? Kolt
      Cold

      ? Kolonie
      Colony

      Kommen
      Come

      ? Kommunitie
      Community

      Computer
      Computer

      ? Konferenz
      Conference

      Kok
      Cook

      ? Kul
      Cool

      Host
      Cough

      Koh
      Cow

      Krab
      Crab

      Kop
      Cup

      ? Danz(en)
      Dance

      ? Dat
      Date

      ? Dag
      Day

      ? Dezember
      December

      ? Direkt
      Direct

      ? Direkter
      Director

      Doen
      Do

      ? Dokter
      Doctor

      Hund
      Dog, Hound

      ? Dur
      Door

      ? Drama
      Drama

      ? Trinken
      Drink

      Ohr (?Eore)
      Ear

      Erd
      Earth

      Ost
      East

      Etten
      Eat

      ? Efekt
      Effect

      ? Acht (Act)
      Eight

      ? Achtien (Actien)
      Eighteen

      ? Achtte
      Eighth

      ? Achttig (Acttig)
      Eighty

      Ellbog (?Elbog)
      Elbow

      Elfe
      Eleven

      ? Elfete
      Eleventh

      ? Anglish
      English

      ? Eben
      Evening

      Oge (?Eoge)
      Eye

      ? Falsh
      False

      ? Vather
      Father

      Kran/Han
      Faucet

      Feder
      Feather

      ? Februar
      February

      Feber
      Fever

      Feld
      Field

      Femftien
      Fifteen

      ? Femfte
      Fifth

      Femftig
      Fifty

      ? Film
      Film

      Finden
      Find

      Finger
      Finger

      Kamin
      Fireplace

      ? Ente
      First

      Fish
      Fish

      Femf
      Five

      Fleesh
      Flesh,Meat

      ? Blum
      Flower

      Rokkanal
      Flue

      Flieg
      Fly (insect)

      Skum
      Foam, Scum

      Fut (?Fot)
      Foot

      ? Fur
      For

      Fiertig
      Forty

      Fier
      Four

      Fiertien
      Fourteen

      ? Fierte
      Fourth

      ? Freidag
      Friday

      ? Vren
      Friend

      Frost
      Frost

      ? Frut
      Fruit

      Pels
      Fur, Pelt

      Gavel
      Gable

      ? Garten
      Garden

      ? Gas
      Gas

      ? General
      General

      ? Herr
      Gentleman

      Dutcher
      German, Dutch (in Pennsylvania Dutch)

      ? Meiden
      Girl, maiden

      Given
      Give

      Glas
      Glass

      ? Gaanen (Gaan)
      Go

      ? Gud
      Good

      ? Grammar
      Grammar

      Gras
      Grass

      Grashopper
      Grasshopper

      ? Gre
      Gray

      ? Grun
      Green

      Grund
      Ground

      ? Grup
      Group

      Dakrenne
      Gutter

      Hagel
      Hail

      Haar
      Hair

      Hammer
      Hammer

      Hand
      Hand

      ? Haat
      Hat

      ? Haben (Habban)
      Have

      ? Haven
      Haven, Port

      Haselnut
      Hazelnut

      Hie
      He

      Hede
      Heath

      ? Helpen
      Help

      Har
      Her

      Hen
      Her (obj)

      Harer
      Hers (possessive pronoun)

      Flod
      High Tide

      Hem
      Him

      Sin
      His

      Siner
      His

      Heim
      Home

      Horn
      Horn

      ? Heis
      Hot

      ? Hotel
      Hotel

      ? Ouhr
      Hour

      Hus
      House

      Hunderd
      Hundred

      Orkan
      Hurricane

      Ik
      I

      Eis
      Ice

      ? In
      In

      ? Inkonsistant
      Inconsistent

      ? Industrie
      Industry

      ? Infoburo
      Information office

      Det
      It

      Den
      It (obj)

      Dets
      Its (possessive adj)

      Detser
      Its (possessive pronoun)

      ? Januar
      January

      ? Juli
      July

      ? Jun
      June

      Beholden
      Keep

      ? Konig
      King

      Kuken
      Kitchen

      Knie
      Knee

      Kniv
      Knife

      ? Dame
      Lady

      Lam
      Lamb

      Land
      Land

      Blad
      Leaf, blade

      ? Lernen
      Learn

      Der minus
      Least (superlative comparative)

      Ben
      Leg

      Citron
      Lemon

      Minus
      Less (comparative)

      ? Libertet
      Liberty

      ? Biblithek
      Library

      Licht
      Light

      Bliks
      Lightning

      Lip
      Lip

      ? List
      List

      Leven
      Live

      Hummer
      Lobster

      Ebb
      Low Tide, Ebb

      Mashine
      Machine

      Makrel
      Mackerel

      Maken
      Make

      Man (?Mensk)
      Man

      ? Marz
      March

      ? Market
      Market

      ? Marketplaz
      Marketplace

      Master
      Master

      Matras
      Mattress

      ? Mei
      May

      Mi
      Me

      Miner
      Mine (possessive pronoun)

      Model
      Model

      ? Maandag
      Monday

      ? Gild
      Money

      Maan
      Moon

      Mehr
      More (comparative)

      ? Moren
      Morning

      Mortel
      Mortar

      Der mehr
      Most (superlative comparative)

      ? Muther
      Mother

      Berg
      Mountain

      Maus
      Mouse

      Mudder
      Mud, Dreck

      Min
      My

      Nagel
      Nail

      ? Namen
      Name

      Natur
      Nature

      Hals
      Neck

      Nacht
      Night

      Nen
      Nine

      Nentien
      Nineteen

      Nentig
      Ninety

      ? Nente
      Ninth

      ? Ne
      No, none, not

      ? Middag
      Noon

      Nord
      North

      Nase
      Nose

      ? November
      November

      ? Objekt
      Object

      ? Oktober
      October

      Von
      Of (genitive)

      ? Buro
      Office

      En
      One

      ? Oportunitie
      Opportunity

      Ons
      Our

      Onser
      Ours (possessive pronoun)

      Over
      Over

      Oks
      Ox

      ? Park
      Park

      ? Folk
      People

      Shwein
      Pig, swine

      Ananas
      Pineapple

      ? Ros
      Pink

      Planen
      Plan (map?)

      Plate
      Plate

      ? Plaz
      Plaza, Place

      ? Bitta
      Please

      ? Polizer
      Police Officer

      ? Politik
      Politics

      Poppel
      Popler tree

      ? Projekt
      Project

      ? Qualitet
      Quality

      ? Radio
      Radio

      Regen
      Rain

      Rat
      Rat

      Rekenen
      Reckon

      ? Rod
      Red

      ? Respekt
      Respect

      Rib
      Rib

      Reis
      Rice

      Risen
      Rise

      Dak
      Roof

      Rum
      Room

      ? Rule
      Rule, law

      Laks
      Salmon

      Sand
      Sand

      ? Samsdag
      Saturday

      Sag
      Saw

      Seggen
      Say

      ? Skul
      School

      Vitenskap
      Science

      Skruv
      Screw

      ? Twete
      Second

      Seen
      See

      Senden
      Send

      ? September
      September

      Seven
      Seven

      Seventien
      Seventeen

      ? Sevente
      Seventh

      Seventig
      Seventy

      Delen
      Share (with)

      Shie
      She

      ? Shif
      Ship

      ? Shuh
      Shoe

      Skulder
      Shoulder

      ? Dush
      Shower

      Sinke
      Sink

      Seks
      Six

      Sekstien
      Sixteen

      ? Sekste
      Sixth

      Sekstig
      Sixty

      Skin, Hud
      Skin, Hide

      ? Klein
      Small

      Sno
      Snow

      Sud
      South

      Spraak
      Speech, Language

      ? Station
      Station

      Stier
      Steer, Bull

      Storm
      Storm

      Baek
      Stream

      Strom
      Stream, Current

      ? Stret
      Street

      ? Subjekt
      Subject

      ? Saan
      Sun

      ? Saandag
      Sunday

      Taggen
      Take

      ? Telefon
      Telephone

      Tien
      Ten

      ? Tiente
      Tenth

      ? Danken
      Thank

      Der
      The

      Deres
      Their

      Derer
      Theirs (possessive pronoun)

      Dem
      Them

      De
      They

      Rekenmashine
      Thinking-machine, computer

      ? Drete
      Third

      Dretien
      Thirteen

      ? Dretiente
      Thirteenth

      ? Dertig (Derdig)
      Thirty

      Tusend
      Thousand

      Dre
      Three

      ? Dorsdag
      Thursday

      Zu
      To (preposition)

      ? Isten (Binen)
      To be, is, am, are...

      ? Ote, heut
      Today

      Toilet
      Toilet

      Tunge
      Tongue

      Tand
      Tooth

      Tornado
      Tornado

      Torn
      Tower

      ? Zug
      Train

      Stam
      Tree trunk

      Forel
      Trout

      ? Tru
      True

      ? Densdag
      Tuesday

      Tolf
      Twelve

      ? Tolfte
      Twelveth

      ? Twintigte
      Twentieth

      Twintig
      Twenty

      ? Enuntwintigte
      Twenty-first

      Enuntwintig
      Twenty-one

      ? Tweuntwentig (Tweuntwenteg)
      Twenty-two

      Twe
      Two

      Auf
      Up

      Os
      Us

      Dal
      Valley, Vale, Dale

      Walnut
      Walnut

      ? Varm
      Warm

      ? Water
      Water

      Vi
      We

      Wesel (?Vesel)
      Weasel

      ? Midwich
      Wednesday

      ? Wich
      Week

      ? Welkomm
      Welcome

      West
      West

      Walfish (?Valfish)
      Whale

      ? Weist
      White

      Wind
      Wind (Breeze)

      Vindu
      Window

      ? Vein
      Wine

      ? Wit
      With

      Wolf
      Wolf

      ? Wort
      Word

      Werld
      World

      Worm
      Worm

      ? Skriben
      Write

      ? Jar
      Year

      ? Ja
      Yes

      Du
      You

      U
      You

      Di
      You (obj)

      Jem
      You (pl. obj)

      Din
      Your

      Eures
      Your (pl)

      Eurer
      Yours (pl)

      Diner
      Yours (possessive pronoun)

      ? Zee
      Sea

      ? Svein
      Swine

      ? Hier
      Here

      ? En
      A, An

      ? Kort
      Short, Small, Curt

      ? Korpedelens
      Bodyparts

      ? Blond
      Blonde

      ? Fingernagl (?Fingernagel)
      Fingernail

      ? Lever
      Liver

      ? Lunge
      Lung

      ? Pels
      Pelt, Fur



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    • chamavian
      Tanke di Abrigon Gusiq... Ig wete nig seker wat du menede mid poste dis list, wilde du frage de FS ekwivalents af de worde mid ? magschee? Ingmar
      Message 2 of 7 , Mar 11, 2009
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        Tanke di Abrigon Gusiq...
        Ig wete nig seker wat du menede mid poste dis list, wilde du frage de FS
        ekwivalents af de worde mid "?" magschee?

        Ingmar
        --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, Abrigon Gusiq <abrigon@...> wrote:
        >
        > Vocabulary For Folkspraak
        >
        > Wortlist von Folkspraak, updated 12/11/99
        >
        > Folkspraak
        > Definition
        >
        > Abdomen
        > Abdomen
        >
        > Absorben
        > Absorb
        >
        > ? Akt
        > Act
        >
        > ? Adress
        > Address
        >
        > Luft
        > Air
        >
        > ? Luftbus
        > Airplane
        >
        > ? Lufthaven
        > Airport
        >
        > ? Alkohol
        > Alcohol
        >
        > ? All
        > All
        >
        > ? Und
        > And
        >
        > Dier
        > Animal
        >
        > Appel
        > Apple
        >
        > Aprikos
        > Apricot
        >
        > ? April
        > April
        >
        > Arm
        > Arm
        >
        > ? Artikel
        > Article
        >
        > Ash
        > Ash tree
        >
        > Asparges
        > Asparagus
        >
        > ? August
        > August
        >
        > ? Autoritet
        > Authority
        >
        > ? Automobil
        > Automobile
        >
        > ? Bank
        > Bank
        >
        > ? Bad
        > Bath
        >
        > Strand
        > Beach
        >
        > Baard
        > Beard
        >
        > Bed
        > Bed
        >
        > Beuk
        > Beech tree
        >
        > ? Bier
        > Beer
        >
        > Beginnen
        > Begin
        >
        > ? Stumach (Buk)
        > Belly
        >
        > Birk
        > Birch
        >
        > Fogel
        > Bird, Fowl
        >
        > ? Blak
        > Black
        >
        > Blod
        > Blood
        >
        > ? Blu
        > Blue
        >
        > ? Buk
        > Book
        >
        > ? Brad
        > Bread
        >
        > Brost (?Brust)
        > Breast, Chest
        >
        > ? Bringen
        > Bring
        >
        > ? Braun
        > Brown
        >
        > ? Bus
        > Bus
        >
        > Bush
        > Bush
        >
        > ? Kafe
        > Café
        >
        > Kalv
        > Calf
        >
        > ? Kannen
        > Can
        >
        > ? Kanal
        > Canal
        >
        > Kapacitet
        > Capacity
        >
        > ? Auto
        > Car
        >
        > Karp
        > Carp
        >
        > Kat
        > Cat
        >
        > Stol
        > Chair, Stool
        >
        > ? Charakter
        > Character
        >
        > ? Kinder
        > Child
        >
        > Skorsteen
        > Chimney
        >
        > ? Kirch
        > Church
        >
        > ? Kirch
        > Church
        >
        > Stad
        > City
        >
        > ? Klas
        > Class
        >
        > ? Koalition
        > Coalition
        >
        > Kust
        > Coast
        >
        > ? Kolt
        > Cold
        >
        > ? Kolonie
        > Colony
        >
        > Kommen
        > Come
        >
        > ? Kommunitie
        > Community
        >
        > Computer
        > Computer
        >
        > ? Konferenz
        > Conference
        >
        > Kok
        > Cook
        >
        > ? Kul
        > Cool
        >
        > Host
        > Cough
        >
        > Koh
        > Cow
        >
        > Krab
        > Crab
        >
        > Kop
        > Cup
        >
        > ? Danz(en)
        > Dance
        >
        > ? Dat
        > Date
        >
        > ? Dag
        > Day
        >
        > ? Dezember
        > December
        >
        > ? Direkt
        > Direct
        >
        > ? Direkter
        > Director
        >
        > Doen
        > Do
        >
        > ? Dokter
        > Doctor
        >
        > Hund
        > Dog, Hound
        >
        > ? Dur
        > Door
        >
        > ? Drama
        > Drama
        >
        > ? Trinken
        > Drink
        >
        > Ohr (?Eore)
        > Ear
        >
        > Erd
        > Earth
        >
        > Ost
        > East
        >
        > Etten
        > Eat
        >
        > ? Efekt
        > Effect
        >
        > ? Acht (Act)
        > Eight
        >
        > ? Achtien (Actien)
        > Eighteen
        >
        > ? Achtte
        > Eighth
        >
        > ? Achttig (Acttig)
        > Eighty
        >
        > Ellbog (?Elbog)
        > Elbow
        >
        > Elfe
        > Eleven
        >
        > ? Elfete
        > Eleventh
        >
        > ? Anglish
        > English
        >
        > ? Eben
        > Evening
        >
        > Oge (?Eoge)
        > Eye
        >
        > ? Falsh
        > False
        >
        > ? Vather
        > Father
        >
        > Kran/Han
        > Faucet
        >
        > Feder
        > Feather
        >
        > ? Februar
        > February
        >
        > Feber
        > Fever
        >
        > Feld
        > Field
        >
        > Femftien
        > Fifteen
        >
        > ? Femfte
        > Fifth
        >
        > Femftig
        > Fifty
        >
        > ? Film
        > Film
        >
        > Finden
        > Find
        >
        > Finger
        > Finger
        >
        > Kamin
        > Fireplace
        >
        > ? Ente
        > First
        >
        > Fish
        > Fish
        >
        > Femf
        > Five
        >
        > Fleesh
        > Flesh,Meat
        >
        > ? Blum
        > Flower
        >
        > Rokkanal
        > Flue
        >
        > Flieg
        > Fly (insect)
        >
        > Skum
        > Foam, Scum
        >
        > Fut (?Fot)
        > Foot
        >
        > ? Fur
        > For
        >
        > Fiertig
        > Forty
        >
        > Fier
        > Four
        >
        > Fiertien
        > Fourteen
        >
        > ? Fierte
        > Fourth
        >
        > ? Freidag
        > Friday
        >
        > ? Vren
        > Friend
        >
        > Frost
        > Frost
        >
        > ? Frut
        > Fruit
        >
        > Pels
        > Fur, Pelt
        >
        > Gavel
        > Gable
        >
        > ? Garten
        > Garden
        >
        > ? Gas
        > Gas
        >
        > ? General
        > General
        >
        > ? Herr
        > Gentleman
        >
        > Dutcher
        > German, Dutch (in Pennsylvania Dutch)
        >
        > ? Meiden
        > Girl, maiden
        >
        > Given
        > Give
        >
        > Glas
        > Glass
        >
        > ? Gaanen (Gaan)
        > Go
        >
        > ? Gud
        > Good
        >
        > ? Grammar
        > Grammar
        >
        > Gras
        > Grass
        >
        > Grashopper
        > Grasshopper
        >
        > ? Gre
        > Gray
        >
        > ? Grun
        > Green
        >
        > Grund
        > Ground
        >
        > ? Grup
        > Group
        >
        > Dakrenne
        > Gutter
        >
        > Hagel
        > Hail
        >
        > Haar
        > Hair
        >
        > Hammer
        > Hammer
        >
        > Hand
        > Hand
        >
        > ? Haat
        > Hat
        >
        > ? Haben (Habban)
        > Have
        >
        > ? Haven
        > Haven, Port
        >
        > Haselnut
        > Hazelnut
        >
        > Hie
        > He
        >
        > Hede
        > Heath
        >
        > ? Helpen
        > Help
        >
        > Har
        > Her
        >
        > Hen
        > Her (obj)
        >
        > Harer
        > Hers (possessive pronoun)
        >
        > Flod
        > High Tide
        >
        > Hem
        > Him
        >
        > Sin
        > His
        >
        > Siner
        > His
        >
        > Heim
        > Home
        >
        > Horn
        > Horn
        >
        > ? Heis
        > Hot
        >
        > ? Hotel
        > Hotel
        >
        > ? Ouhr
        > Hour
        >
        > Hus
        > House
        >
        > Hunderd
        > Hundred
        >
        > Orkan
        > Hurricane
        >
        > Ik
        > I
        >
        > Eis
        > Ice
        >
        > ? In
        > In
        >
        > ? Inkonsistant
        > Inconsistent
        >
        > ? Industrie
        > Industry
        >
        > ? Infoburo
        > Information office
        >
        > Det
        > It
        >
        > Den
        > It (obj)
        >
        > Dets
        > Its (possessive adj)
        >
        > Detser
        > Its (possessive pronoun)
        >
        > ? Januar
        > January
        >
        > ? Juli
        > July
        >
        > ? Jun
        > June
        >
        > Beholden
        > Keep
        >
        > ? Konig
        > King
        >
        > Kuken
        > Kitchen
        >
        > Knie
        > Knee
        >
        > Kniv
        > Knife
        >
        > ? Dame
        > Lady
        >
        > Lam
        > Lamb
        >
        > Land
        > Land
        >
        > Blad
        > Leaf, blade
        >
        > ? Lernen
        > Learn
        >
        > Der minus
        > Least (superlative comparative)
        >
        > Ben
        > Leg
        >
        > Citron
        > Lemon
        >
        > Minus
        > Less (comparative)
        >
        > ? Libertet
        > Liberty
        >
        > ? Biblithek
        > Library
        >
        > Licht
        > Light
        >
        > Bliks
        > Lightning
        >
        > Lip
        > Lip
        >
        > ? List
        > List
        >
        > Leven
        > Live
        >
        > Hummer
        > Lobster
        >
        > Ebb
        > Low Tide, Ebb
        >
        > Mashine
        > Machine
        >
        > Makrel
        > Mackerel
        >
        > Maken
        > Make
        >
        > Man (?Mensk)
        > Man
        >
        > ? Marz
        > March
        >
        > ? Market
        > Market
        >
        > ? Marketplaz
        > Marketplace
        >
        > Master
        > Master
        >
        > Matras
        > Mattress
        >
        > ? Mei
        > May
        >
        > Mi
        > Me
        >
        > Miner
        > Mine (possessive pronoun)
        >
        > Model
        > Model
        >
        > ? Maandag
        > Monday
        >
        > ? Gild
        > Money
        >
        > Maan
        > Moon
        >
        > Mehr
        > More (comparative)
        >
        > ? Moren
        > Morning
        >
        > Mortel
        > Mortar
        >
        > Der mehr
        > Most (superlative comparative)
        >
        > ? Muther
        > Mother
        >
        > Berg
        > Mountain
        >
        > Maus
        > Mouse
        >
        > Mudder
        > Mud, Dreck
        >
        > Min
        > My
        >
        > Nagel
        > Nail
        >
        > ? Namen
        > Name
        >
        > Natur
        > Nature
        >
        > Hals
        > Neck
        >
        > Nacht
        > Night
        >
        > Nen
        > Nine
        >
        > Nentien
        > Nineteen
        >
        > Nentig
        > Ninety
        >
        > ? Nente
        > Ninth
        >
        > ? Ne
        > No, none, not
        >
        > ? Middag
        > Noon
        >
        > Nord
        > North
        >
        > Nase
        > Nose
        >
        > ? November
        > November
        >
        > ? Objekt
        > Object
        >
        > ? Oktober
        > October
        >
        > Von
        > Of (genitive)
        >
        > ? Buro
        > Office
        >
        > En
        > One
        >
        > ? Oportunitie
        > Opportunity
        >
        > Ons
        > Our
        >
        > Onser
        > Ours (possessive pronoun)
        >
        > Over
        > Over
        >
        > Oks
        > Ox
        >
        > ? Park
        > Park
        >
        > ? Folk
        > People
        >
        > Shwein
        > Pig, swine
        >
        > Ananas
        > Pineapple
        >
        > ? Ros
        > Pink
        >
        > Planen
        > Plan (map?)
        >
        > Plate
        > Plate
        >
        > ? Plaz
        > Plaza, Place
        >
        > ? Bitta
        > Please
        >
        > ? Polizer
        > Police Officer
        >
        > ? Politik
        > Politics
        >
        > Poppel
        > Popler tree
        >
        > ? Projekt
        > Project
        >
        > ? Qualitet
        > Quality
        >
        > ? Radio
        > Radio
        >
        > Regen
        > Rain
        >
        > Rat
        > Rat
        >
        > Rekenen
        > Reckon
        >
        > ? Rod
        > Red
        >
        > ? Respekt
        > Respect
        >
        > Rib
        > Rib
        >
        > Reis
        > Rice
        >
        > Risen
        > Rise
        >
        > Dak
        > Roof
        >
        > Rum
        > Room
        >
        > ? Rule
        > Rule, law
        >
        > Laks
        > Salmon
        >
        > Sand
        > Sand
        >
        > ? Samsdag
        > Saturday
        >
        > Sag
        > Saw
        >
        > Seggen
        > Say
        >
        > ? Skul
        > School
        >
        > Vitenskap
        > Science
        >
        > Skruv
        > Screw
        >
        > ? Twete
        > Second
        >
        > Seen
        > See
        >
        > Senden
        > Send
        >
        > ? September
        > September
        >
        > Seven
        > Seven
        >
        > Seventien
        > Seventeen
        >
        > ? Sevente
        > Seventh
        >
        > Seventig
        > Seventy
        >
        > Delen
        > Share (with)
        >
        > Shie
        > She
        >
        > ? Shif
        > Ship
        >
        > ? Shuh
        > Shoe
        >
        > Skulder
        > Shoulder
        >
        > ? Dush
        > Shower
        >
        > Sinke
        > Sink
        >
        > Seks
        > Six
        >
        > Sekstien
        > Sixteen
        >
        > ? Sekste
        > Sixth
        >
        > Sekstig
        > Sixty
        >
        > Skin, Hud
        > Skin, Hide
        >
        > ? Klein
        > Small
        >
        > Sno
        > Snow
        >
        > Sud
        > South
        >
        > Spraak
        > Speech, Language
        >
        > ? Station
        > Station
        >
        > Stier
        > Steer, Bull
        >
        > Storm
        > Storm
        >
        > Baek
        > Stream
        >
        > Strom
        > Stream, Current
        >
        > ? Stret
        > Street
        >
        > ? Subjekt
        > Subject
        >
        > ? Saan
        > Sun
        >
        > ? Saandag
        > Sunday
        >
        > Taggen
        > Take
        >
        > ? Telefon
        > Telephone
        >
        > Tien
        > Ten
        >
        > ? Tiente
        > Tenth
        >
        > ? Danken
        > Thank
        >
        > Der
        > The
        >
        > Deres
        > Their
        >
        > Derer
        > Theirs (possessive pronoun)
        >
        > Dem
        > Them
        >
        > De
        > They
        >
        > Rekenmashine
        > Thinking-machine, computer
        >
        > ? Drete
        > Third
        >
        > Dretien
        > Thirteen
        >
        > ? Dretiente
        > Thirteenth
        >
        > ? Dertig (Derdig)
        > Thirty
        >
        > Tusend
        > Thousand
        >
        > Dre
        > Three
        >
        > ? Dorsdag
        > Thursday
        >
        > Zu
        > To (preposition)
        >
        > ? Isten (Binen)
        > To be, is, am, are...
        >
        > ? Ote, heut
        > Today
        >
        > Toilet
        > Toilet
        >
        > Tunge
        > Tongue
        >
        > Tand
        > Tooth
        >
        > Tornado
        > Tornado
        >
        > Torn
        > Tower
        >
        > ? Zug
        > Train
        >
        > Stam
        > Tree trunk
        >
        > Forel
        > Trout
        >
        > ? Tru
        > True
        >
        > ? Densdag
        > Tuesday
        >
        > Tolf
        > Twelve
        >
        > ? Tolfte
        > Twelveth
        >
        > ? Twintigte
        > Twentieth
        >
        > Twintig
        > Twenty
        >
        > ? Enuntwintigte
        > Twenty-first
        >
        > Enuntwintig
        > Twenty-one
        >
        > ? Tweuntwentig (Tweuntwenteg)
        > Twenty-two
        >
        > Twe
        > Two
        >
        > Auf
        > Up
        >
        > Os
        > Us
        >
        > Dal
        > Valley, Vale, Dale
        >
        > Walnut
        > Walnut
        >
        > ? Varm
        > Warm
        >
        > ? Water
        > Water
        >
        > Vi
        > We
        >
        > Wesel (?Vesel)
        > Weasel
        >
        > ? Midwich
        > Wednesday
        >
        > ? Wich
        > Week
        >
        > ? Welkomm
        > Welcome
        >
        > West
        > West
        >
        > Walfish (?Valfish)
        > Whale
        >
        > ? Weist
        > White
        >
        > Wind
        > Wind (Breeze)
        >
        > Vindu
        > Window
        >
        > ? Vein
        > Wine
        >
        > ? Wit
        > With
        >
        > Wolf
        > Wolf
        >
        > ? Wort
        > Word
        >
        > Werld
        > World
        >
        > Worm
        > Worm
        >
        > ? Skriben
        > Write
        >
        > ? Jar
        > Year
        >
        > ? Ja
        > Yes
        >
        > Du
        > You
        >
        > U
        > You
        >
        > Di
        > You (obj)
        >
        > Jem
        > You (pl. obj)
        >
        > Din
        > Your
        >
        > Eures
        > Your (pl)
        >
        > Eurer
        > Yours (pl)
        >
        > Diner
        > Yours (possessive pronoun)
        >
        > ? Zee
        > Sea
        >
        > ? Svein
        > Swine
        >
        > ? Hier
        > Here
        >
        > ? En
        > A, An
        >
        > ? Kort
        > Short, Small, Curt
        >
        > ? Korpedelens
        > Bodyparts
        >
        > ? Blond
        > Blonde
        >
        > ? Fingernagl (?Fingernagel)
        > Fingernail
        >
        > ? Lever
        > Liver
        >
        > ? Lunge
        > Lung
        >
        > ? Pels
        > Pelt, Fur
        >
        >
        >
        > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Poetry-L/
        > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Adulthumor-L/
        > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Abrigon-World/
        >
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        >
      • David Parke
        I don t know how much deep thought or research went into that list, but it looks very inconsistant in phonology and spelling And has some words that probably
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          I don't know how much deep thought or research went into that list, but it looks very inconsistant in phonology and spelling And has some words that probably aren't very inter-germanic -- just English or just German with somewhat changed spelling.
          eg Vather (father) with a "v" , but "fogel (bird) with "f", but "vitenskap" with a "v"
          Also Tusend with "t" but other PG *th's are "d" and other PG *th are still "th".
          A verb such as "absorben" shows a possible lack of understanding about how continental germlangs borrow latin verbs with a -ier-/-er- suffix.

          I am sorry if I sound unkind, but this is what I am referring to when I said that some of the early attempts at FS look like someone's fantasy of what Germanic languages are like, not something where anyone's taken the trouble to actually research what they are really like.

          --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "chamavian" <roerd096@...> wrote:
          >
          >
          > Tanke di Abrigon Gusiq...
          > Ig wete nig seker wat du menede mid poste dis list, wilde du frage de FS
          > ekwivalents af de worde mid "?" magschee?
          >
          > Ingmar
          > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, Abrigon Gusiq <abrigon@> wrote:
          > >
          > > Vocabulary For Folkspraak
          > >
          > > Wortlist von Folkspraak, updated 12/11/99
          > >
          > > Folkspraak
          > > Definition
          > >
          > > Abdomen
          > > Abdomen
          > >
          > > Absorben
          > > Absorb
          > >
          > > ? Akt
          > > Act
          > >
          > > ? Adress
          > > Address
          > >
          > > Luft
          > > Air
          > >
          > > ? Luftbus
          > > Airplane
          > >
          > > ? Lufthaven
          > > Airport
          > >
          > > ? Alkohol
          > > Alcohol
          > >
          > > ? All
          > > All
          > >
          > > ? Und
          > > And
          > >
          > > Dier
          > > Animal
          > >
          > > Appel
          > > Apple
          > >
          > > Aprikos
          > > Apricot
          > >
          > > ? April
          > > April
          > >
          > > Arm
          > > Arm
          > >
          > > ? Artikel
          > > Article
          > >
          > > Ash
          > > Ash tree
          > >
          > > Asparges
          > > Asparagus
          > >
          > > ? August
          > > August
          > >
          > > ? Autoritet
          > > Authority
          > >
          > > ? Automobil
          > > Automobile
          > >
          > > ? Bank
          > > Bank
          > >
          > > ? Bad
          > > Bath
          > >
          > > Strand
          > > Beach
          > >
          > > Baard
          > > Beard
          > >
          > > Bed
          > > Bed
          > >
          > > Beuk
          > > Beech tree
          > >
          > > ? Bier
          > > Beer
          > >
          > > Beginnen
          > > Begin
          > >
          > > ? Stumach (Buk)
          > > Belly
          > >
          > > Birk
          > > Birch
          > >
          > > Fogel
          > > Bird, Fowl
          > >
          > > ? Blak
          > > Black
          > >
          > > Blod
          > > Blood
          > >
          > > ? Blu
          > > Blue
          > >
          > > ? Buk
          > > Book
          > >
          > > ? Brad
          > > Bread
          > >
          > > Brost (?Brust)
          > > Breast, Chest
          > >
          > > ? Bringen
          > > Bring
          > >
          > > ? Braun
          > > Brown
          > >
          > > ? Bus
          > > Bus
          > >
          > > Bush
          > > Bush
          > >
          > > ? Kafe
          > > Café
          > >
          > > Kalv
          > > Calf
          > >
          > > ? Kannen
          > > Can
          > >
          > > ? Kanal
          > > Canal
          > >
          > > Kapacitet
          > > Capacity
          > >
          > > ? Auto
          > > Car
          > >
          > > Karp
          > > Carp
          > >
          > > Kat
          > > Cat
          > >
          > > Stol
          > > Chair, Stool
          > >
          > > ? Charakter
          > > Character
          > >
          > > ? Kinder
          > > Child
          > >
          > > Skorsteen
          > > Chimney
          > >
          > > ? Kirch
          > > Church
          > >
          > > ? Kirch
          > > Church
          > >
          > > Stad
          > > City
          > >
          > > ? Klas
          > > Class
          > >
          > > ? Koalition
          > > Coalition
          > >
          > > Kust
          > > Coast
          > >
          > > ? Kolt
          > > Cold
          > >
          > > ? Kolonie
          > > Colony
          > >
          > > Kommen
          > > Come
          > >
          > > ? Kommunitie
          > > Community
          > >
          > > Computer
          > > Computer
          > >
          > > ? Konferenz
          > > Conference
          > >
          > > Kok
          > > Cook
          > >
          > > ? Kul
          > > Cool
          > >
          > > Host
          > > Cough
          > >
          > > Koh
          > > Cow
          > >
          > > Krab
          > > Crab
          > >
          > > Kop
          > > Cup
          > >
          > > ? Danz(en)
          > > Dance
          > >
          > > ? Dat
          > > Date
          > >
          > > ? Dag
          > > Day
          > >
          > > ? Dezember
          > > December
          > >
          > > ? Direkt
          > > Direct
          > >
          > > ? Direkter
          > > Director
          > >
          > > Doen
          > > Do
          > >
          > > ? Dokter
          > > Doctor
          > >
          > > Hund
          > > Dog, Hound
          > >
          > > ? Dur
          > > Door
          > >
          > > ? Drama
          > > Drama
          > >
          > > ? Trinken
          > > Drink
          > >
          > > Ohr (?Eore)
          > > Ear
          > >
          > > Erd
          > > Earth
          > >
          > > Ost
          > > East
          > >
          > > Etten
          > > Eat
          > >
          > > ? Efekt
          > > Effect
          > >
          > > ? Acht (Act)
          > > Eight
          > >
          > > ? Achtien (Actien)
          > > Eighteen
          > >
          > > ? Achtte
          > > Eighth
          > >
          > > ? Achttig (Acttig)
          > > Eighty
          > >
          > > Ellbog (?Elbog)
          > > Elbow
          > >
          > > Elfe
          > > Eleven
          > >
          > > ? Elfete
          > > Eleventh
          > >
          > > ? Anglish
          > > English
          > >
          > > ? Eben
          > > Evening
          > >
          > > Oge (?Eoge)
          > > Eye
          > >
          > > ? Falsh
          > > False
          > >
          > > ? Vather
          > > Father
          > >
          > > Kran/Han
          > > Faucet
          > >
          > > Feder
          > > Feather
          > >
          > > ? Februar
          > > February
          > >
          > > Feber
          > > Fever
          > >
          > > Feld
          > > Field
          > >
          > > Femftien
          > > Fifteen
          > >
          > > ? Femfte
          > > Fifth
          > >
          > > Femftig
          > > Fifty
          > >
          > > ? Film
          > > Film
          > >
          > > Finden
          > > Find
          > >
          > > Finger
          > > Finger
          > >
          > > Kamin
          > > Fireplace
          > >
          > > ? Ente
          > > First
          > >
          > > Fish
          > > Fish
          > >
          > > Femf
          > > Five
          > >
          > > Fleesh
          > > Flesh,Meat
          > >
          > > ? Blum
          > > Flower
          > >
          > > Rokkanal
          > > Flue
          > >
          > > Flieg
          > > Fly (insect)
          > >
          > > Skum
          > > Foam, Scum
          > >
          > > Fut (?Fot)
          > > Foot
          > >
          > > ? Fur
          > > For
          > >
          > > Fiertig
          > > Forty
          > >
          > > Fier
          > > Four
          > >
          > > Fiertien
          > > Fourteen
          > >
          > > ? Fierte
          > > Fourth
          > >
          > > ? Freidag
          > > Friday
          > >
          > > ? Vren
          > > Friend
          > >
          > > Frost
          > > Frost
          > >
          > > ? Frut
          > > Fruit
          > >
          > > Pels
          > > Fur, Pelt
          > >
          > > Gavel
          > > Gable
          > >
          > > ? Garten
          > > Garden
          > >
          > > ? Gas
          > > Gas
          > >
          > > ? General
          > > General
          > >
          > > ? Herr
          > > Gentleman
          > >
          > > Dutcher
          > > German, Dutch (in Pennsylvania Dutch)
          > >
          > > ? Meiden
          > > Girl, maiden
          > >
          > > Given
          > > Give
          > >
          > > Glas
          > > Glass
          > >
          > > ? Gaanen (Gaan)
          > > Go
          > >
          > > ? Gud
          > > Good
          > >
          > > ? Grammar
          > > Grammar
          > >
          > > Gras
          > > Grass
          > >
          > > Grashopper
          > > Grasshopper
          > >
          > > ? Gre
          > > Gray
          > >
          > > ? Grun
          > > Green
          > >
          > > Grund
          > > Ground
          > >
          > > ? Grup
          > > Group
          > >
          > > Dakrenne
          > > Gutter
          > >
          > > Hagel
          > > Hail
          > >
          > > Haar
          > > Hair
          > >
          > > Hammer
          > > Hammer
          > >
          > > Hand
          > > Hand
          > >
          > > ? Haat
          > > Hat
          > >
          > > ? Haben (Habban)
          > > Have
          > >
          > > ? Haven
          > > Haven, Port
          > >
          > > Haselnut
          > > Hazelnut
          > >
          > > Hie
          > > He
          > >
          > > Hede
          > > Heath
          > >
          > > ? Helpen
          > > Help
          > >
          > > Har
          > > Her
          > >
          > > Hen
          > > Her (obj)
          > >
          > > Harer
          > > Hers (possessive pronoun)
          > >
          > > Flod
          > > High Tide
          > >
          > > Hem
          > > Him
          > >
          > > Sin
          > > His
          > >
          > > Siner
          > > His
          > >
          > > Heim
          > > Home
          > >
          > > Horn
          > > Horn
          > >
          > > ? Heis
          > > Hot
          > >
          > > ? Hotel
          > > Hotel
          > >
          > > ? Ouhr
          > > Hour
          > >
          > > Hus
          > > House
          > >
          > > Hunderd
          > > Hundred
          > >
          > > Orkan
          > > Hurricane
          > >
          > > Ik
          > > I
          > >
          > > Eis
          > > Ice
          > >
          > > ? In
          > > In
          > >
          > > ? Inkonsistant
          > > Inconsistent
          > >
          > > ? Industrie
          > > Industry
          > >
          > > ? Infoburo
          > > Information office
          > >
          > > Det
          > > It
          > >
          > > Den
          > > It (obj)
          > >
          > > Dets
          > > Its (possessive adj)
          > >
          > > Detser
          > > Its (possessive pronoun)
          > >
          > > ? Januar
          > > January
          > >
          > > ? Juli
          > > July
          > >
          > > ? Jun
          > > June
          > >
          > > Beholden
          > > Keep
          > >
          > > ? Konig
          > > King
          > >
          > > Kuken
          > > Kitchen
          > >
          > > Knie
          > > Knee
          > >
          > > Kniv
          > > Knife
          > >
          > > ? Dame
          > > Lady
          > >
          > > Lam
          > > Lamb
          > >
          > > Land
          > > Land
          > >
          > > Blad
          > > Leaf, blade
          > >
          > > ? Lernen
          > > Learn
          > >
          > > Der minus
          > > Least (superlative comparative)
          > >
          > > Ben
          > > Leg
          > >
          > > Citron
          > > Lemon
          > >
          > > Minus
          > > Less (comparative)
          > >
          > > ? Libertet
          > > Liberty
          > >
          > > ? Biblithek
          > > Library
          > >
          > > Licht
          > > Light
          > >
          > > Bliks
          > > Lightning
          > >
          > > Lip
          > > Lip
          > >
          > > ? List
          > > List
          > >
          > > Leven
          > > Live
          > >
          > > Hummer
          > > Lobster
          > >
          > > Ebb
          > > Low Tide, Ebb
          > >
          > > Mashine
          > > Machine
          > >
          > > Makrel
          > > Mackerel
          > >
          > > Maken
          > > Make
          > >
          > > Man (?Mensk)
          > > Man
          > >
          > > ? Marz
          > > March
          > >
          > > ? Market
          > > Market
          > >
          > > ? Marketplaz
          > > Marketplace
          > >
          > > Master
          > > Master
          > >
          > > Matras
          > > Mattress
          > >
          > > ? Mei
          > > May
          > >
          > > Mi
          > > Me
          > >
          > > Miner
          > > Mine (possessive pronoun)
          > >
          > > Model
          > > Model
          > >
          > > ? Maandag
          > > Monday
          > >
          > > ? Gild
          > > Money
          > >
          > > Maan
          > > Moon
          > >
          > > Mehr
          > > More (comparative)
          > >
          > > ? Moren
          > > Morning
          > >
          > > Mortel
          > > Mortar
          > >
          > > Der mehr
          > > Most (superlative comparative)
          > >
          > > ? Muther
          > > Mother
          > >
          > > Berg
          > > Mountain
          > >
          > > Maus
          > > Mouse
          > >
          > > Mudder
          > > Mud, Dreck
          > >
          > > Min
          > > My
          > >
          > > Nagel
          > > Nail
          > >
          > > ? Namen
          > > Name
          > >
          > > Natur
          > > Nature
          > >
          > > Hals
          > > Neck
          > >
          > > Nacht
          > > Night
          > >
          > > Nen
          > > Nine
          > >
          > > Nentien
          > > Nineteen
          > >
          > > Nentig
          > > Ninety
          > >
          > > ? Nente
          > > Ninth
          > >
          > > ? Ne
          > > No, none, not
          > >
          > > ? Middag
          > > Noon
          > >
          > > Nord
          > > North
          > >
          > > Nase
          > > Nose
          > >
          > > ? November
          > > November
          > >
          > > ? Objekt
          > > Object
          > >
          > > ? Oktober
          > > October
          > >
          > > Von
          > > Of (genitive)
          > >
          > > ? Buro
          > > Office
          > >
          > > En
          > > One
          > >
          > > ? Oportunitie
          > > Opportunity
          > >
          > > Ons
          > > Our
          > >
          > > Onser
          > > Ours (possessive pronoun)
          > >
          > > Over
          > > Over
          > >
          > > Oks
          > > Ox
          > >
          > > ? Park
          > > Park
          > >
          > > ? Folk
          > > People
          > >
          > > Shwein
          > > Pig, swine
          > >
          > > Ananas
          > > Pineapple
          > >
          > > ? Ros
          > > Pink
          > >
          > > Planen
          > > Plan (map?)
          > >
          > > Plate
          > > Plate
          > >
          > > ? Plaz
          > > Plaza, Place
          > >
          > > ? Bitta
          > > Please
          > >
          > > ? Polizer
          > > Police Officer
          > >
          > > ? Politik
          > > Politics
          > >
          > > Poppel
          > > Popler tree
          > >
          > > ? Projekt
          > > Project
          > >
          > > ? Qualitet
          > > Quality
          > >
          > > ? Radio
          > > Radio
          > >
          > > Regen
          > > Rain
          > >
          > > Rat
          > > Rat
          > >
          > > Rekenen
          > > Reckon
          > >
          > > ? Rod
          > > Red
          > >
          > > ? Respekt
          > > Respect
          > >
          > > Rib
          > > Rib
          > >
          > > Reis
          > > Rice
          > >
          > > Risen
          > > Rise
          > >
          > > Dak
          > > Roof
          > >
          > > Rum
          > > Room
          > >
          > > ? Rule
          > > Rule, law
          > >
          > > Laks
          > > Salmon
          > >
          > > Sand
          > > Sand
          > >
          > > ? Samsdag
          > > Saturday
          > >
          > > Sag
          > > Saw
          > >
          > > Seggen
          > > Say
          > >
          > > ? Skul
          > > School
          > >
          > > Vitenskap
          > > Science
          > >
          > > Skruv
          > > Screw
          > >
          > > ? Twete
          > > Second
          > >
          > > Seen
          > > See
          > >
          > > Senden
          > > Send
          > >
          > > ? September
          > > September
          > >
          > > Seven
          > > Seven
          > >
          > > Seventien
          > > Seventeen
          > >
          > > ? Sevente
          > > Seventh
          > >
          > > Seventig
          > > Seventy
          > >
          > > Delen
          > > Share (with)
          > >
          > > Shie
          > > She
          > >
          > > ? Shif
          > > Ship
          > >
          > > ? Shuh
          > > Shoe
          > >
          > > Skulder
          > > Shoulder
          > >
          > > ? Dush
          > > Shower
          > >
          > > Sinke
          > > Sink
          > >
          > > Seks
          > > Six
          > >
          > > Sekstien
          > > Sixteen
          > >
          > > ? Sekste
          > > Sixth
          > >
          > > Sekstig
          > > Sixty
          > >
          > > Skin, Hud
          > > Skin, Hide
          > >
          > > ? Klein
          > > Small
          > >
          > > Sno
          > > Snow
          > >
          > > Sud
          > > South
          > >
          > > Spraak
          > > Speech, Language
          > >
          > > ? Station
          > > Station
          > >
          > > Stier
          > > Steer, Bull
          > >
          > > Storm
          > > Storm
          > >
          > > Baek
          > > Stream
          > >
          > > Strom
          > > Stream, Current
          > >
          > > ? Stret
          > > Street
          > >
          > > ? Subjekt
          > > Subject
          > >
          > > ? Saan
          > > Sun
          > >
          > > ? Saandag
          > > Sunday
          > >
          > > Taggen
          > > Take
          > >
          > > ? Telefon
          > > Telephone
          > >
          > > Tien
          > > Ten
          > >
          > > ? Tiente
          > > Tenth
          > >
          > > ? Danken
          > > Thank
          > >
          > > Der
          > > The
          > >
          > > Deres
          > > Their
          > >
          > > Derer
          > > Theirs (possessive pronoun)
          > >
          > > Dem
          > > Them
          > >
          > > De
          > > They
          > >
          > > Rekenmashine
          > > Thinking-machine, computer
          > >
          > > ? Drete
          > > Third
          > >
          > > Dretien
          > > Thirteen
          > >
          > > ? Dretiente
          > > Thirteenth
          > >
          > > ? Dertig (Derdig)
          > > Thirty
          > >
          > > Tusend
          > > Thousand
          > >
          > > Dre
          > > Three
          > >
          > > ? Dorsdag
          > > Thursday
          > >
          > > Zu
          > > To (preposition)
          > >
          > > ? Isten (Binen)
          > > To be, is, am, are...
          > >
          > > ? Ote, heut
          > > Today
          > >
          > > Toilet
          > > Toilet
          > >
          > > Tunge
          > > Tongue
          > >
          > > Tand
          > > Tooth
          > >
          > > Tornado
          > > Tornado
          > >
          > > Torn
          > > Tower
          > >
          > > ? Zug
          > > Train
          > >
          > > Stam
          > > Tree trunk
          > >
          > > Forel
          > > Trout
          > >
          > > ? Tru
          > > True
          > >
          > > ? Densdag
          > > Tuesday
          > >
          > > Tolf
          > > Twelve
          > >
          > > ? Tolfte
          > > Twelveth
          > >
          > > ? Twintigte
          > > Twentieth
          > >
          > > Twintig
          > > Twenty
          > >
          > > ? Enuntwintigte
          > > Twenty-first
          > >
          > > Enuntwintig
          > > Twenty-one
          > >
          > > ? Tweuntwentig (Tweuntwenteg)
          > > Twenty-two
          > >
          > > Twe
          > > Two
          > >
          > > Auf
          > > Up
          > >
          > > Os
          > > Us
          > >
          > > Dal
          > > Valley, Vale, Dale
          > >
          > > Walnut
          > > Walnut
          > >
          > > ? Varm
          > > Warm
          > >
          > > ? Water
          > > Water
          > >
          > > Vi
          > > We
          > >
          > > Wesel (?Vesel)
          > > Weasel
          > >
          > > ? Midwich
          > > Wednesday
          > >
          > > ? Wich
          > > Week
          > >
          > > ? Welkomm
          > > Welcome
          > >
          > > West
          > > West
          > >
          > > Walfish (?Valfish)
          > > Whale
          > >
          > > ? Weist
          > > White
          > >
          > > Wind
          > > Wind (Breeze)
          > >
          > > Vindu
          > > Window
          > >
          > > ? Vein
          > > Wine
          > >
          > > ? Wit
          > > With
          > >
          > > Wolf
          > > Wolf
          > >
          > > ? Wort
          > > Word
          > >
          > > Werld
          > > World
          > >
          > > Worm
          > > Worm
          > >
          > > ? Skriben
          > > Write
          > >
          > > ? Jar
          > > Year
          > >
          > > ? Ja
          > > Yes
          > >
          > > Du
          > > You
          > >
          > > U
          > > You
          > >
          > > Di
          > > You (obj)
          > >
          > > Jem
          > > You (pl. obj)
          > >
          > > Din
          > > Your
          > >
          > > Eures
          > > Your (pl)
          > >
          > > Eurer
          > > Yours (pl)
          > >
          > > Diner
          > > Yours (possessive pronoun)
          > >
          > > ? Zee
          > > Sea
          > >
          > > ? Svein
          > > Swine
          > >
          > > ? Hier
          > > Here
          > >
          > > ? En
          > > A, An
          > >
          > > ? Kort
          > > Short, Small, Curt
          > >
          > > ? Korpedelens
          > > Bodyparts
          > >
          > > ? Blond
          > > Blonde
          > >
          > > ? Fingernagl (?Fingernagel)
          > > Fingernail
          > >
          > > ? Lever
          > > Liver
          > >
          > > ? Lunge
          > > Lung
          > >
          > > ? Pels
          > > Pelt, Fur
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Poetry-L/
          > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Adulthumor-L/
          > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Abrigon-World/
          > >
          > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          > >
          >
        • Abrigon Gusiq
          Understaen.. Deutch oder Anschlisch? But yes, it was an old post from the older list so may have many errors and odd stuff.. Yes, the idea was to take known
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            Understaen..

            Deutch oder Anschlisch?

            But yes, it was an old post from the older list so may have many errors and odd stuff..

            Yes, the idea was to take known current Germanic language, especially English and return many Germanic/Deutche elements to it that got removed or never allowed or worse.. For me, I strongly suspect that if French had been more common and wildly spoken in England c.1500 many in the upper level of society and academeia would have been more than happy to keep speaking French, even if a mixture of forms from all over France. Norman the root for many but Provencial and like?

            Mike

            1c. Re: Folkspraak?
            Posted by: "David Parke" parked@... parked71
            Date: Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:27 pm ((PDT))

            I don't know how much deep thought or research went into that list, but it looks very inconsistant in phonology and spelling And has some words that probably aren't very inter-germanic -- just English or just German with somewhat changed spelling.
            eg Vather (father) with a "v" , but "fogel (bird) with "f", but "vitenskap" with a "v"
            Also Tusend with "t" but other PG *th's are "d" and other PG *th are still "th".
            A verb such as "absorben" shows a possible lack of understanding about how continental germlangs borrow latin verbs with a -ier-/-er- suffix.

            I am sorry if I sound unkind, but this is what I am referring to when I said that some of the early attempts at FS look like someone's fantasy of what Germanic languages are like, not something where anyone's taken the trouble to actually research what they are really like.

            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Poetry-L/
            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Adulthumor-L/
            http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Abrigon-World/


            [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
          • David Parke
            Maybe French wasn t widespread BECAUSE the upper level of society and academia were not happy to continue speaking it. I d conjecture that if French had
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              Maybe French wasn't widespread BECAUSE the upper level of society and academia were not happy to continue speaking it. I'd conjecture that if French had totally wiped out English in England, then the language would have also diverged from continental French into a significantly different language. Perhaps as at least as different as Wallon French from standard French, but perhaps as far as apart as Spanish and Portuguese. And the longer the process would take, the more English substrate influence on Brito-French there would be. This might make an interesting conlang. I'd certainly find it more interesting than some of the attempts to make an purified English without French influence.

              I for one (though perhaps I am a rarity), don't hold to the opinion that English is somehow broken or spoiled by the level French influence on it. I may have held that opinion at some times in my more romantic youth. But as I have come to learn more about how the the other Germanic languages really are, I am more aware that all the germlangs (with the exception of Icelandic and Faeroese) have absorbed a large measure of French influence.
              English is at one end of a long continuum, rather than a freak. I notice that Dutch is also markedly affected by French. If one were to grossly over-simplify and say that Frisian is English without the marks of the Norman invasion, then one can still still some French and general Romance influence on Frisian.
              The French influence on English is interesting because it happened much earlier than in other germlangs. It was Old French influence on Middle English. With Dutch/German/Scandy, it's more a case of Modern French influence on Modern Dutch etc.
              English can be interesting when it has changed the meaning or form of the French borrowings far away from the original French meaning, or when it retains words that are long dead in modern French.
              The French words in continental germanic a often a closer match for French in terms of form and meaning.

              But Ik don't sink dat changing Englisch zu make it more germanik by changing some of der letters und vords at random reallig makes für a genuinelich inter-germanik language.

              But like you said, that list is from a long time ago and we've all grown since then.




              --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, Abrigon Gusiq <abrigon@...> wrote:
              >
              > Understaen..
              >
              > Deutch oder Anschlisch?
              >
              > But yes, it was an old post from the older list so may have many errors and odd stuff..
              >
              > Yes, the idea was to take known current Germanic language, especially English and return many Germanic/Deutche elements to it that got removed or never allowed or worse.. For me, I strongly suspect that if French had been more common and wildly spoken in England c.1500 many in the upper level of society and academeia would have been more than happy to keep speaking French, even if a mixture of forms from all over France. Norman the root for many but Provencial and like?
              >
              > Mike
              >
              > 1c. Re: Folkspraak?
              > Posted by: "David Parke" parked@... parked71
              > Date: Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:27 pm ((PDT))
              >
              > I don't know how much deep thought or research went into that list, but it looks very inconsistant in phonology and spelling And has some words that probably aren't very inter-germanic -- just English or just German with somewhat changed spelling.
              > eg Vather (father) with a "v" , but "fogel (bird) with "f", but "vitenskap" with a "v"
              > Also Tusend with "t" but other PG *th's are "d" and other PG *th are still "th".
              > A verb such as "absorben" shows a possible lack of understanding about how continental germlangs borrow latin verbs with a -ier-/-er- suffix.
              >
              > I am sorry if I sound unkind, but this is what I am referring to when I said that some of the early attempts at FS look like someone's fantasy of what Germanic languages are like, not something where anyone's taken the trouble to actually research what they are really like.
              >
              > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Poetry-L/
              > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Adulthumor-L/
              > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Abrigon-World/
              >
              >
              > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
              >
            • chamavian
              I read that a part of England was actually Romance speaking before the Germanic invasions. In Welsh there are a lot of Romance words, adapted to Celtic
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                I read that a part of England was actually Romance speaking before the Germanic invasions.
                In Welsh there are a lot of Romance words, adapted to Celtic phonology, but very many very common words in Welsh are from Roman.
                There's even a conlang made by a New Zealander of how a moderrn British Romance language would have looked like, and it looks just like all that Romance words in Welsh.

                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brithenig

                Ingmar

                --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "David Parke" <parked@...> wrote:
                >
                > Maybe French wasn't widespread BECAUSE the upper level of society and academia were not happy to continue speaking it. I'd conjecture that if French had totally wiped out English in England, then the language would have also diverged from continental French into a significantly different language. Perhaps as at least as different as Wallon French from standard French, but perhaps as far as apart as Spanish and Portuguese. And the longer the process would take, the more English substrate influence on Brito-French there would be. This might make an interesting conlang. I'd certainly find it more interesting than some of the attempts to make an purified English without French influence.
                >
                > I for one (though perhaps I am a rarity), don't hold to the opinion that English is somehow broken or spoiled by the level French influence on it. I may have held that opinion at some times in my more romantic youth. But as I have come to learn more about how the the other Germanic languages really are, I am more aware that all the germlangs (with the exception of Icelandic and Faeroese) have absorbed a large measure of French influence.
                > English is at one end of a long continuum, rather than a freak. I notice that Dutch is also markedly affected by French. If one were to grossly over-simplify and say that Frisian is English without the marks of the Norman invasion, then one can still still some French and general Romance influence on Frisian.
                > The French influence on English is interesting because it happened much earlier than in other germlangs. It was Old French influence on Middle English. With Dutch/German/Scandy, it's more a case of Modern French influence on Modern Dutch etc.
                > English can be interesting when it has changed the meaning or form of the French borrowings far away from the original French meaning, or when it retains words that are long dead in modern French.
                > The French words in continental germanic a often a closer match for French in terms of form and meaning.
                >
                > But Ik don't sink dat changing Englisch zu make it more germanik by changing some of der letters und vords at random reallig makes für a genuinelich inter-germanik language.
                >
                > But like you said, that list is from a long time ago and we've all grown since then.
                >
                >
                >
                >
                > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, Abrigon Gusiq <abrigon@> wrote:
                > >
                > > Understaen..
                > >
                > > Deutch oder Anschlisch?
                > >
                > > But yes, it was an old post from the older list so may have many errors and odd stuff..
                > >
                > > Yes, the idea was to take known current Germanic language, especially English and return many Germanic/Deutche elements to it that got removed or never allowed or worse.. For me, I strongly suspect that if French had been more common and wildly spoken in England c.1500 many in the upper level of society and academeia would have been more than happy to keep speaking French, even if a mixture of forms from all over France. Norman the root for many but Provencial and like?
                > >
                > > Mike
                > >
                > > 1c. Re: Folkspraak?
                > > Posted by: "David Parke" parked@ parked71
                > > Date: Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:27 pm ((PDT))
                > >
                > > I don't know how much deep thought or research went into that list, but it looks very inconsistant in phonology and spelling And has some words that probably aren't very inter-germanic -- just English or just German with somewhat changed spelling.
                > > eg Vather (father) with a "v" , but "fogel (bird) with "f", but "vitenskap" with a "v"
                > > Also Tusend with "t" but other PG *th's are "d" and other PG *th are still "th".
                > > A verb such as "absorben" shows a possible lack of understanding about how continental germlangs borrow latin verbs with a -ier-/-er- suffix.
                > >
                > > I am sorry if I sound unkind, but this is what I am referring to when I said that some of the early attempts at FS look like someone's fantasy of what Germanic languages are like, not something where anyone's taken the trouble to actually research what they are really like.
                > >
                > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Poetry-L/
                > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Adulthumor-L/
                > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Abrigon-World/
                > >
                > >
                > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
                > >
                >
              • chamavian
                The same guy made a Germanic conlang http://www.wessisc.co.uk/wessisc/index.html
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                  The same guy made a Germanic conlang

                  http://www.wessisc.co.uk/wessisc/index.html

                  --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "chamavian" <roerd096@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > I read that a part of England was actually Romance speaking before the Germanic invasions.
                  > In Welsh there are a lot of Romance words, adapted to Celtic phonology, but very many very common words in Welsh are from Roman.
                  > There's even a conlang made by a New Zealander of how a moderrn British Romance language would have looked like, and it looks just like all that Romance words in Welsh.
                  >
                  > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brithenig
                  >
                  > Ingmar
                  >
                  > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, "David Parke" <parked@> wrote:
                  > >
                  > > Maybe French wasn't widespread BECAUSE the upper level of society and academia were not happy to continue speaking it. I'd conjecture that if French had totally wiped out English in England, then the language would have also diverged from continental French into a significantly different language. Perhaps as at least as different as Wallon French from standard French, but perhaps as far as apart as Spanish and Portuguese. And the longer the process would take, the more English substrate influence on Brito-French there would be. This might make an interesting conlang. I'd certainly find it more interesting than some of the attempts to make an purified English without French influence.
                  > >
                  > > I for one (though perhaps I am a rarity), don't hold to the opinion that English is somehow broken or spoiled by the level French influence on it. I may have held that opinion at some times in my more romantic youth. But as I have come to learn more about how the the other Germanic languages really are, I am more aware that all the germlangs (with the exception of Icelandic and Faeroese) have absorbed a large measure of French influence.
                  > > English is at one end of a long continuum, rather than a freak. I notice that Dutch is also markedly affected by French. If one were to grossly over-simplify and say that Frisian is English without the marks of the Norman invasion, then one can still still some French and general Romance influence on Frisian.
                  > > The French influence on English is interesting because it happened much earlier than in other germlangs. It was Old French influence on Middle English. With Dutch/German/Scandy, it's more a case of Modern French influence on Modern Dutch etc.
                  > > English can be interesting when it has changed the meaning or form of the French borrowings far away from the original French meaning, or when it retains words that are long dead in modern French.
                  > > The French words in continental germanic a often a closer match for French in terms of form and meaning.
                  > >
                  > > But Ik don't sink dat changing Englisch zu make it more germanik by changing some of der letters und vords at random reallig makes für a genuinelich inter-germanik language.
                  > >
                  > > But like you said, that list is from a long time ago and we've all grown since then.
                  > >
                  > >
                  > >
                  > >
                  > > --- In folkspraak@yahoogroups.com, Abrigon Gusiq <abrigon@> wrote:
                  > > >
                  > > > Understaen..
                  > > >
                  > > > Deutch oder Anschlisch?
                  > > >
                  > > > But yes, it was an old post from the older list so may have many errors and odd stuff..
                  > > >
                  > > > Yes, the idea was to take known current Germanic language, especially English and return many Germanic/Deutche elements to it that got removed or never allowed or worse.. For me, I strongly suspect that if French had been more common and wildly spoken in England c.1500 many in the upper level of society and academeia would have been more than happy to keep speaking French, even if a mixture of forms from all over France. Norman the root for many but Provencial and like?
                  > > >
                  > > > Mike
                  > > >
                  > > > 1c. Re: Folkspraak?
                  > > > Posted by: "David Parke" parked@ parked71
                  > > > Date: Wed Mar 11, 2009 5:27 pm ((PDT))
                  > > >
                  > > > I don't know how much deep thought or research went into that list, but it looks very inconsistant in phonology and spelling And has some words that probably aren't very inter-germanic -- just English or just German with somewhat changed spelling.
                  > > > eg Vather (father) with a "v" , but "fogel (bird) with "f", but "vitenskap" with a "v"
                  > > > Also Tusend with "t" but other PG *th's are "d" and other PG *th are still "th".
                  > > > A verb such as "absorben" shows a possible lack of understanding about how continental germlangs borrow latin verbs with a -ier-/-er- suffix.
                  > > >
                  > > > I am sorry if I sound unkind, but this is what I am referring to when I said that some of the early attempts at FS look like someone's fantasy of what Germanic languages are like, not something where anyone's taken the trouble to actually research what they are really like.
                  > > >
                  > > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Poetry-L/
                  > > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Adulthumor-L/
                  > > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Abrigon-World/
                  > > >
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