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by tezcatlip0ca
Thu 26 Nov 2015, 01:42
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

131.b
132.qwed117's suggestion
133.a
134.a
135.b
136.a
by tezcatlip0ca
Thu 05 Nov 2015, 07:14
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 6731
Views: 568600

Re: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here

eldin raigmore wrote:Another; "hexadecimal" was invented by IBM because they were shy about saying the at-that-time-more-correct "sexadecimal".
Wouldn't the pedantically correct form be sedecimal anyway?
by tezcatlip0ca
Tue 03 Nov 2015, 06:37
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Praat
Replies: 6
Views: 910

Re: Praat

Just a spectrogram, first... I don't really know.
by tezcatlip0ca
Tue 03 Nov 2015, 05:52
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Praat
Replies: 6
Views: 910

Re: Praat

http://vocaroo.com/i/s11zPtVfIZzp

Coronal obstruents: [d d' dz dz' dZ dZ' D D' z z' Z Z']. The unpalatalized postalveolars are a bit retroflexed.
by tezcatlip0ca
Tue 03 Nov 2015, 05:41
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

127. BC
128. C
129. AB
130. B
by tezcatlip0ca
Tue 27 Oct 2015, 20:05
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

126. b
127. abd
by tezcatlip0ca
Sat 24 Oct 2015, 22:45
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

*bump* That's really unnecessary, trust me. I'm almost certain I've said this here before, but I have many things to do, especially from Monday to Friday. If I go around 6-8 days without updating this thread, that should not be surprising, or any cause for alarm. It's going to be something that hap...
by tezcatlip0ca
Fri 23 Oct 2015, 23:29
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

*bump*
by tezcatlip0ca
Mon 19 Oct 2015, 04:32
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

122. a
123. d
124. bce
by tezcatlip0ca
Mon 19 Oct 2015, 01:06
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

In that case, if there's no dual, it's basically the optative stem with primary athematic endings, except for the present active, where we use the subjunctive stem reduced to the zero grade with stress shifted onto the thematic vowel of the endings.
by tezcatlip0ca
Sun 18 Oct 2015, 23:53
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

Re: the subjunctive/optative hybrid: I had the idea for the subjunctive stem to weaken to the zero grade first, so that the main difference between it and the optative would be the personal endings. The subjunctive stem would be retained in the present active, and the optative stem in all other voic...
by tezcatlip0ca
Thu 15 Oct 2015, 08:27
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Pan-Germanic Logograms
Replies: 153
Views: 16236

Re: Pan-Germanic Logograms

Here are four more word rune proposals. I was thinking about how "hart", "heart" and "hearth" could form some sort of word progression while bored at school, so I decided to create runes for these, "hearth" being "fire" bounded by parallel lines, like "sea" from "water". I guess "fire" used as a rad...
by tezcatlip0ca
Wed 14 Oct 2015, 23:59
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Pan-Germanic Logograms
Replies: 153
Views: 16236

Re: Pan-Germanic Logograms

I am particularly fond of the *arwīts glyph. I suggest using it as a phonetic element of a glyph for *arbaidiz, with either *meganan or *dōnan being the signific. Fedwōr werōz būdēdunt midi newun andi twai tigiwiz gaitamaz in hūsai. Hwarfuri iz būdēdunt in swalīkammai lītilammai hūsai skulum wīz ne ...
by tezcatlip0ca
Wed 14 Oct 2015, 14:53
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Pan-Germanic Logograms
Replies: 153
Views: 16236

Re: Pan-Germanic Logograms

Nothing?
by tezcatlip0ca
Mon 12 Oct 2015, 00:25
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

118. ab
119. ab
120. d
121. b
by tezcatlip0ca
Sun 11 Oct 2015, 00:29
Forum: Beginners' Corner
Topic: Word consistency help?
Replies: 6
Views: 736

Re: Word consistency help?

Also, a syllable is not a string of sounds. A syllable is, it's hard to explain, but it has a nucleus and optionally other stuff around it. So [ʃt] is not a syllable, but [ʃ̩t] could be, although not in most languages. Unless you have syllabic consonants, CC is not a syllable. Or is /dzn/ /dz̩n/? I...
by tezcatlip0ca
Sat 10 Oct 2015, 03:39
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: What did you accomplish today?
Replies: 11183
Views: 767291

Re: What did you accomplish today?

I also started creating an alphabet for Vtayn. It's basically an alphabet but most consonant clusters have single letters (like <x> in Latin alphabet). That makes about 200 letters. Interesting idea. If you don't mind my asking, do you know of any natural alphabets with such high numbers of letters...
by tezcatlip0ca
Fri 09 Oct 2015, 20:38
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

114. ac
115. a
116. rinkā, rinkvesi, rinkveti, rinkvieve, rinkvieten, rinkvieten, rinkvamas, rinkviete, rinkvanti
by tezcatlip0ca
Mon 05 Oct 2015, 04:12
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Indo-European diachronic collablang
Replies: 491
Views: 38246

Re: Indo-European diachronic collablang

111. CDEF
112. ACDF
113. C
114. C (vote for qwed117’s suggestion)
by tezcatlip0ca
Mon 05 Oct 2015, 00:12
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Pan-Germanic Logograms
Replies: 153
Views: 16236

Re: Pan-Germanic Logograms

Also, it may mostly be me who's using this slightly more archaic (and I think less anachronistic) version of Proto-Germanic. But since this is a writing system that's meant to be able to write all Germanic languages, it should actually be able to handle using different versions of PG. The idea behi...