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ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 02:52

Congregate, congregate, this the very place of Romanglican provenance. Tis due of participants in equal measure to eradicate Anglican from verbiage, language & discourse the frequency tantamount & equal to maximum possibility, no matter the difficulty, & with grand pains permit us to assay.
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Sounds like bad Shakespeare, instead of the Bad Beowulf at the other thread [B)]
Admittedly a substantial, perchance herculean, challenge at the very minimum.
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Ach, mein lieber! Still way too many Germanic monosyllabic kobolds running amok. Good luck, folks!
May fortune favor {your} Mercies and Graces!
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 02:56

Ego assures (your) Mercies and Graces, the stated exercise pains my cerebrum, & not in a gentle manner & pleasantry equal to anterior language construction in alternate files.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dezinaa » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 03:07

Salutations, acquaintances! I anticipate to continue these forum posts, & to not be unsuccesful.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 03:29

In anticipation of a future desire of philhellenes to gain a vista of :ell: hellenglic, I grant & publish these for collective analysis & delectation :

http://www.structuralintegrity.eu/esis/ ... outos2.pdf

http://www.explorecrete.com/various/greek-zolotas.htm


& in addition, a melody containing verses in hellespanic language:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5h3P-WclRSo

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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 03:33

Dezinaa wrote:Salutations, acquaintances! I anticipate to continue these forum posts, & to not be unsuccesful.
Declaim in latin-radical abundance, O Valiant Cyber-Romangle!
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 03:42

Present topic's creation pleases ego. Per ego's expectations, composing sentences proves difficult &, conversely, amusing.

Dezinaa, ego considers typing "&" - rejecting "and" - quite ingenious. Ego prefers /ɛt/, regarding character pronunciation.

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Lambuzhao wrote:Romanglican
Superposed portmanteau evokes unification involving Roman Catholics & Anglicans, secondarily hypothetical language experiments.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 04:34

Permit the cornucopia of latin-radical communication to reverberate & resonate, GliroidDLIX!

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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 05:18

Ego concurs! Vive le romanglais!

Article 1, Universal Human-Entitlements Declaration
Humans, sans exception, natively possess liberty & equality concerning dignity & entitlements. Humans receive reason & conscience &, ideally, exhibit mutual fraternity.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Squall » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 15:17

Ego's suggestion consists in using 'plus' suppressing '&'.

The necessity of exchanging verbs related to essence exists.
English is not my native language. Sorry for any mistakes or lack of knowledge when I discuss this language.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Mon 19 Jan 2015, 18:52

Squall wrote:Ego's suggestion consists in using 'plus' suppressing '&'.
Interesting suggestion. [:)]

Article 1, Universal Human-Entitlements Declaration
Humans, sans exception, natively possess liberty plus equality concerning dignity plus entitlements. Humans receive reason plus conscience plus, ideally, exhibit mutual fraternity.


Additionally, mercies plus ego require decisions regarding numbers. Provide ideas plus explain mercy's considerations.

Ego considered appropriating Latin - perchance Greek - numbers. Despite previous statement, ego prefers items Anglic appropriated previously. Certain determiner-number idea provides interesting system.

Anglic = Romanglic
one dog = solo canine
two dogs = canine duo
three dogs = canine trio
four dogs = canine quartet
five dogs = canine quintet
six dogs = canine sextet
seven dogs = canine septet
eight dogs = canine octet
nine dogs = canine nonet
ten dogs = canine decet

twenty dogs = canine vigintet

one hundred dogs = canine century

Expounded idea functions regarding certain numbers. Per contra, numbers resembling 21, 60, plus decimals require hypothetical constructions (twenty-one dogs = canine unetvigintet?). [:S]
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Znex » Tue 20 Jan 2015, 11:59

J'ai intuition que nous plus prospérions si simplement nous apprenions français. Ou anglo-normand.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by clawgrip » Tue 20 Jan 2015, 13:18

Znex wrote:J'ai intuition que nous plus prospérions si simplement nous apprenions français. Ou anglo-normand.
Surely it is a relatively simple affair to converse in Anglican largely unmolested by native vocabulary.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Lambuzhao » Wed 21 Jan 2015, 01:36

Dormouse559 wrote:
Additionally, mercies plus ego require decisions regarding numbers. Provide ideas plus explain mercy's considerations.

Ego considered appropriating Latin - perchance Greek - numbers. Despite previous statement, ego prefers items Anglic appropriated previously. Certain determiner-number idea provides interesting system.

Anglic = Romanglic
one dog = solo canine
two dogs = canine duo
three dogs = canine trio
four dogs = canine quartet
five dogs = canine quintet
six dogs = canine sextet
seven dogs = canine septet
eight dogs = canine octet
nine dogs = canine nonet
ten dogs = canine decet
http://www.trumpetherald.com/forum/view ... hp?t=40734

dectet
undectet
duodectet/dozen
one hundred dogs = canine century
Hmmmm...
Expounded idea functions regarding certain numbers. Per contra, numbers resembling 21, 60, plus decimals require hypothetical constructions (twenty-one dogs = canine unetvigintet?). [:S]
Perchance Anglic people count per dozens???

XXI dogs = canine dozen&nonet
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Wed 21 Jan 2015, 03:20

Dormouse559 wrote:decet
Lambuzhao wrote:dectet
Apparently, multiple forms exist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decet_(music)

Fortunately, numbers ranging 11-19 pose negligible difficulty.
Dormouse559 wrote:
one hundred dogs = canine century
Hmmmm...
Considering "century" previously signified "100-item collection", plus ego discovers zero evidence confirming "centet"'s existence, ego considers "century" sensical.
Lanbuzhao wrote:Perchance Anglic people count per dozens???

XXI dogs = canine dozen&nonet
Mercy provides intriguing idea.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Znex » Wed 21 Jan 2015, 03:36

clawgrip wrote:
Znex wrote:J'ai intuition que nous plus prospérions si simplement nous apprenions français. Ou anglo-normand.
Surely it is a relatively simple affair to converse in Anglican largely unmolested by native vocabulary.
Ah, sauf ne complètement pas sans en altérant. Il néamoins est beaucoup de barbares mots, par exemple "it", "is", "to", "in", "-ly", "by", "the", etc. Oui, ils sont petits mots, pourtant ils sont barbares.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Dormouse559 » Wed 21 Jan 2015, 04:27

Le français n'est pas un bon choix, vu qu'il a lui-même emprunté beaucoup de mots germaniques.

Ego desires removing independent germanic morphemes. Ego accepts dependent morphemes (e.g. -s, -ly, -ed). Complicating previous statement duo, certain items prove ambiguous, "because", per example.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by clawgrip » Wed 21 Jan 2015, 04:47

Your method, while effectively complete, unfortunately disregards our endeavour to expunge all native vocabulary from Anglican while preserving its vital, ineffable essence. Exclusively employing French is essentially an invalidation of the avocation to which we have directed our labours.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by Znex » Wed 21 Jan 2015, 05:45

Hmm, perchance we could reconstruct an Anglican from Vulgar Latin? Ergo, we would then possess a perfect Anglican Romance language to ordain as ours.
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by qwed117 » Thu 22 Jan 2015, 22:41

Znex wrote:Hmm, perchance we could reconstruct an Anglican from Vulgar Latin? Ergo, we would then possess a perfect Anglican Romance language to ordain as ours.
Magnificent! We could obtain a text to translate into nos language
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Re: ROMANGLIC FILE

Post by clawgrip » Fri 23 Jan 2015, 01:47

It is my own personal opinion, but I object to the replacement of pronouns with Latin counterparts.
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