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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Fri 23 Jan 2015, 03:42

Germanglic pronouns possess Germanic origin. Consequently, necessity demands pronoun changes.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by qwed117 » Fri 23 Jan 2015, 05:55

Necessity is the mother of Invention! Invention is the mother of Gaudity! What gaudity shall we create with our necessity?
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My minicity is Zyphrazia and Novland
What is made of man will crumble away.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by qwed117 » Fri 23 Jan 2015, 05:56

Verbose text of mine is verbose
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My minicity is Zyphrazia and Novland
What is made of man will crumble away.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Znex » Mon 02 Feb 2015, 12:59

Sales! Edlor, E feetch oon leegwaitch. K'est siblees, mais k'est mishmash. Ackill'est liamen ath eel fill.
/sɛɪlz | əd'lər i fitʃ un li'gwɛitʃ | kɛst sɪblis, mɛɪs kɛst mɪʃmæʃ | ə'kilɛst li'ɛɪmən æð il fil/
hello | so 1PP.SG make.PST.1SG INDEF.MSG language | 3PP.MSG-be simple.MSG but 3PP.MSG-be something | DEM.MSG-be link to DEF.MSG file
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Tue 03 Feb 2015, 08:14

[O.O] Ego discovers zero sure responses. Presumably, preceding text exemplifies Latin passed via Germanglic sound changes.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Egerius » Tue 03 Feb 2015, 11:05

Dormouse559 wrote:[O.O] Ego discovers zero sure responses. Presumably, preceding text exemplifies Latin passed via Germanglic sound changes.
Vous have to prehend Law-French o Anglo-Norman-French et fachir an nuew language.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by eldin raigmore » Tue 03 Feb 2015, 16:35

"Zero" is neither Romance (nor Italo-Celtic) nor Germanic, right?
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Tue 03 Feb 2015, 17:07

"Zero" ultimately passed via Latin, additionally sounding superior vs. "null". Perchance mercy suggests Romance alternatives?
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by eldin raigmore » Tue 03 Feb 2015, 17:13

Dormouse559 wrote:"Zero" ultimately passed via Latin,
Not while Latin was still a living native language, though.
If we're allowed to use Church Latin and Medieval (and even Renaissance?) University Latin then that opens up a whole world of possibilities.

I was wondering how we could possibly construct anything nearly as flexible as modern English with only a few source languages.
For instance, if you can only use Romance or Germanic or Celtic roots, what do you call your pyjamas? "Pyjamas" is a Persian word.
So according to the strong Sapir-Whorf hypothesis you couldn't even think of pyjamas, much less wear them.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Tue 03 Feb 2015, 18:10

eldin raigmore wrote:Not while Latin was still a living native language, though.
Reason Latin's native-language status proves important? Ego considers Graeco-Roman forms "just sport" (morpheme & Catholic, per example), disregarding Latin's vitality. Ego's chief objective: maximize Graeco-Roman/Romance forms possessing Anglic precedent.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by clawgrip » Wed 04 Feb 2015, 03:54

eldin raigmore wrote:
Dormouse559 wrote:"Zero" ultimately passed via Latin,
Not while Latin was still a living native language, though.
If we're allowed to use Church Latin and Medieval (and even Renaissance?) University Latin then that opens up a whole world of possibilities.

I was wondering how we could possibly construct anything nearly as flexible as modern English with only a few source languages.
For instance, if you can only use Romance or Germanic or Celtic roots, what do you call your pyjamas? "Pyjamas" is a Persian word.
So according to the strong Sapir-Whorf hypothesis you couldn't even think of pyjamas, much less wear them.
Sapir-Whorf never said you can't conceive of concepts you don't have specific words for. If that were the case, scientific progress would be impossible, and in fact language could never develop, since at one point in history there were no words at all, which would mean that nothing could be thought of. Anyway as for your original question, just make a new term, e.g. nocturnal vestments...or noctovest or something.

EDIT: In fact I nominate noctovest(s) as the official Romanglic word for pyjamas.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Znex » Wed 04 Feb 2015, 04:31

Egerius wrote:
Dormouse559 wrote:[O.O] Ego discovers zero sure responses. Presumably, preceding text exemplifies Latin passed via Germanglic sound changes.
Vous have to prehend Law-French o Anglo-Norman-French et fachir an nuew language.
Mais englic est bulare latin fachate en oon novelle leegwache. Ackille ne iberge pas? [:(]
but Englic be.3SG common.MSG latin made.MSG into INDEF.MSG new.MSG language | this NEG count.PRS-3SG NEG
(But Englic is Vulgar Latin made into a new language (with pure Latinate words and some Old French sound changes). Doesn't that count?)
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Wed 04 Feb 2015, 11:52

Dormouse559 wrote:
eldin raigmore wrote:Not while Latin was still a living native language, though.
Reason Latin's native-language status proves important? Ego considers Graeco-Roman forms "just sport" (morpheme & Catholic, per example), disregarding Latin's vitality. Ego's chief objective: maximize Graeco-Roman/Romance forms possessing Anglic precedent.
Ego seconds. In case ego comprehends in incorrect manner

Regarding "null", ego encounters Medieval French precedence concerning vocabulary in question.
Nil functions in equal measure, according to egostical opinion.

I could kill for some "dummy" le = DEF ; de = GEN ; un = INDEF just to USE PLZ.

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I sound like a fudging Shakespearian dalek! [xP] Egotistical = 1SG.GEN will this madness ever cease?! [>:)]
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Wed 04 Feb 2015, 11:54

Ego conflagrated poor English to Hades in totality! [>:D]

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Condemn the totality of Mercies to Hades!! [}:D]
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Wed 04 Feb 2015, 12:04

Ego proposes the very language in consideration change sui nomenclature: Romanglic [->] Shakespearian Dalek.

In the totality of opportunities possible in loco ego parlays in the very language in consideration, "Shakespearian Dalek" is the egotistical opinion & complete sentiment sans avoidance.

Un Shakespearian Dalek... minimally intoxicated per Norman-French alcoholic spirits.
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I am flagarantly pillaging Legal Latin for in loco (parentis) and sui (generis). Maybe not Legal Latin, but goshdarned it, I'm pillaging it from somewhares!
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Wed 04 Mar 2015, 18:47

Hodiernally, ego noticed present discussion's complete quiet. Novel ideas, compatriots, concerning Romanglic development?
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Thu 05 Mar 2015, 03:14

Ego cogitates & ruminates concerning novelties. Un romanglic suffix/vocable in place of /ly/ (?)
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Fri 06 Mar 2015, 06:12

Mercy's prompt proves difficult. [>_<] Ego remains ignorant regarding appropriate Latin/Romance replacement suffixes. Despite previous statement, perchance rephrasing solves (alternatively, moves) present problem.

"I walked quickly" = "Ego ambled, exhibiting rapidity"
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Fri 06 Mar 2015, 13:11

Ego stays in accord. Phrases related/resembling
French en silence /avec vitesse suit in benign fashion.

In alternative manner, in paucal cases, omit the adverbial morpheme; use the denuded adjective solo-

Rapid ego ambled.

in similar fashion to Spanish Hablas muy rápido in place of Hablas muy rápidamente.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Squall » Thu 12 Mar 2015, 04:23

In moments mercy has zero option mercy desires [to] represent a specific concept, mercy has [the] obligation [of] retrieving concepts originated in other languages. Ego presents examples: sashimi, pizza, pyjamas.
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