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I've set up a Dodolingi site on MSN Space !

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I sent it to you. I will ask more people for translations into other languages.
jian_huang_ysword
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May 16, 2014

Idea for Latin dialects

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Hortus would be 'chortos' and 'gartas'. The latter is also the Germanic form. I wonder if the language would more be a reconstructed Indo-European languae or a
thomasruhm
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Oct 28, 2013

British Latin

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I would like to learn more about the pronunciation of old British Latin. I already know some things like that there was medial lenition and that in early times
thomasruhm
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Oct 13, 2013

Re: Parra verbs and philology (Was: Conversations here)

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... Indeed, and I know that Romance-based numerals persisted in certain London street cants for many years. Lingua Franca was spotty and inconsistent by
Ben Karnell
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Feb 18, 2013

Re: [romconlang] Re: What would be your suggestions for a pure Frenc

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You are right, it does look French. Today I did compare it with the word 'voyage', which has a glide too and there is a 'v' in 'sauvage'. Old consonants seem
Padraic Brown
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Feb 8, 2013

Re: [romconlang] Re: What would be your suggestions for a pure Frenc

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The word 'aquatique' could be similar to '*eauage', but I don't know what to do to avoid hiatus. It would sound good with a v-gilde, but that would make the
Padraic Brown
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Feb 7, 2013

Re: [romconlang] Re: What would be your suggestions for a pure Frenc

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... That I don't know, but wouldn't be surprised if there wasn't a lòt of such interchange. ... Better safe than sorry? ;) ... Verily! Philologers used to
Padraic Brown
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Feb 2, 2013

Re: What would be your suggestions for a pure French word meaning 'f

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I saw that the word comes form 'fraternus', when I already typed the post, and did not send it, but I did not want to change it because I don't like to change
thomasruhm
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Feb 1, 2013

What would be your suggestions for a pure French word meaning 'frate

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(Sorry I can't type accent marks on my phone.) Could it be something horrid like frerementa? Frere-ment-ta? Adam
thomasruhm
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Feb 1, 2013

Conversations here

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Probo a ils celimi del celimija. Sun ils verbos accentuatos al vocale in fine? Il prende mi miro che ti as ezia verbos cun 'o' in fine. Salute Thomas
thomasruhm
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Jan 25, 2013

Pronunciation for the Lucca Manuscript

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When I thought about the French suffix '-on' and a bit later about the name for Rome, which is 'Rome' in French too, I came to the idea that the change did not
thomasruhm
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Jan 7, 2013

Parra

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I like that 'uno' got a plural. Is it always the male form in that use or can it also be used in a feminine form? I mean that flag made after the Mars Trilogy
al_fishes
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Dec 18, 2012

Sabine Latin

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Yes, but I too thought that that would probably be a mistake. The source is quite old.
thomasruhm
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Dec 8, 2012

Re: Digest Number 836

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Nôn volô aliquis corrigere quod latînê scrîbô. Sciô nôn perfectum est mâlô ipse docêre. Nôn in scholâ sumus.
Bruno Zani
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Oct 5, 2012

A Bit of Romishcallian

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Also known as Iconia, the Romishcallia is a country of the Eastlands and situated just to the north and west of Auntimoanye. A descendant of the ancient
Padraic Brown
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Sep 28, 2012
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