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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by Lambuzhao » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 16:09

KpTroopaFR wrote:
Lambuzhao wrote:vfatu koda btihro
ku vkohr dheko!

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You just reminded me to tell everyone to try to speak Vaku, as they have everything to make a basic dialogue.

I just do it b/c that's me.
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But you may want to post some exercises for some folks who aren't into spontaneous conlang poesy. [B)]
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 16:33

Lambuzhao wrote:You show basic possessor [->] possessed relationships

E.g.

ku hitha 'my pets'
wu vutaha 'your mood'
wu gekaro 'your name'

How does a possessive work between two nouns? The same or different?

How do ADJs work? Do they go before or after nouns they modify?

How do you say 'old' and 'new' ?

Oh, could you also talk about Adjective Comparison (Comparative, Superlative) if it exists in Vaku?

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1) you can say "ku krog hu ku jupu" : " My dog and my cat".
Or "ku krog hu jupu" : "my dog and cat".

2) ADJs go before : "ku raku jupu" : "My small cat".

3) old : čara ; new : bepu

4) It already exists : the adjectives "ki" and "har".
Examples : "ki gut" : "the best" ; "har gut" : "better".

Hope that helped.
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by Lambuzhao » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 17:53

gači !

Insofar as Possession, I meant, what happens if it is two nouns (not a PRN + noun):

E.g.

Stones of Blood

Revenge of the Sith

Attack of the Clones

Return of the Jedi

Genesis of the Daleks

Book Store

lead pencil

gum eraser

Maternity Ward

etc.
BTW - No need to translate these exactly, if you don't have the words yet.

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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 18:00

Lambuzhao wrote:gači !

Insofar as Possession, I meant, what happens if it is two nouns (not a PRN + noun):

E.g.

Stones of Blood

Revenge of the Sith

Attack of the Clones

Return of the Jedi

Genesis of the Daleks

Book Store

lead pencil

gum eraser

Maternity Ward

etc.
BTW - No need to translate these exactly, if you don't have the words yet.

:wat:
The word that acts as the adjective gets placed like one.

Blood's Stones
Sith's Revenge
Clones' Attack
And so on and so forth.

PS : You inspired me to make an adjective that makes a noun definite.
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 18:07

Noun definiteness

In Vaku, there exists a definite article, that acts as an adjective, but is exceptionally placed after the noun it modifies.

Examples :
čëgdhu : a man, a Human being.
čëgdhu ke : the man, the Human being.

Next up, family members and body parts !
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 18:37

Family members

Father : Fajiro
Mother : Hajira
Son : Fugrit
Daughter : Hagrita
Brother : Pwajo
Sister : Hwaja
Grandfather : Fahajir
Grandmother : Hahajar
Great Grandfather : Hra Fahajir
Great Grandmother : Hra Hahaja
Uncle (dad's side) : Fajo
Uncle (mom's side) : Hajo
Aunt (dad's side) : Faja
Aunt (mom's side) : Haja
Great Uncle (dad's side) : Fahajo
Great Uncle (mom's side) : Hahajo
Great Aunt (dad's side) : Fahaja
Great Aunt (mom's side) : Hahaja
Cousin : Kvijo
Cousine : Kvija
Parent : Hravik
Sibling : Hravu
Grandparent : Hrahavik

Next up, body parts !
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by OTʜᴇB » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 20:36

KpTroopaFR wrote:Next up, family members and body parts !
Yes, we will be learning about mum's elbow, uncle's foot, and grandad's ...
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 20:36

OTheB wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote:Next up, family members and body parts !
Yes, we will be learning about mum's elbow, uncle's foot, and grandad's ...
Oh you [xD]
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 21:34

Body parts

hiri : hair
čivo : head
čere : neck
čavaha : shoulder
tirva : torso
vaka : arm
jahito : hand
jihipu : finger
jihipuk : fingertip
karago : crotch area
vahraha : genitals (in general)
vihruke : male genitals
vahraki : female genitals
rafi : leg
haft : knee
jaft : foot
vaft : toe

Now sing with me !
čivo, čavadha, haftha, vaftha ! haftha, vaftha ! haftha, vaftha !
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by qwed117 » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 23:29

KpTroopaFR wrote: vihruke : male genitals
vahraki : female genitals
Does it mean like "male groin" or does it mean the penis?
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by Ebon » Tue 26 Jul 2016, 23:57

KpTroopaFR wrote:Family members
Spoiler:
Father : Fajire
Mother : Hajira
Son : Fugrit
Daughter : Hagrita
Brother : Pwaje
Sister : Hwaja
Grandfather : Fahajir
Grandmother : Hahajar
Great Grandfather : Hra Fahajir
Great Grandmother : Hra Hahaja
Uncle (dad's side) : Faje
Uncle (mom's side) : Haje
Aunt (dad's side) : Faja
Aunt (mom's side) : Haja
Great Uncle (dad's side) : Fahaje
Great Uncle (mom's side) : Hahaje
Great Aunt (dad's side) : Fahaja
Great Aunt (mom's side) : Hahaja
Cousin : Kvije
Cousine : Kvija

Next up, body parts !
Are there gender neutral terms for this, like sibling, parent and so on?
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Wed 27 Jul 2016, 09:46

Ebon wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote:Family members
Spoiler:
Father : Fajire
Mother : Hajira
Son : Fugrit
Daughter : Hagrita
Brother : Pwaje
Sister : Hwaja
Grandfather : Fahajir
Grandmother : Hahajar
Great Grandfather : Hra Fahajir
Great Grandmother : Hra Hahaja
Uncle (dad's side) : Faje
Uncle (mom's side) : Haje
Aunt (dad's side) : Faja
Aunt (mom's side) : Haja
Great Uncle (dad's side) : Fahaje
Great Uncle (mom's side) : Hahaje
Great Aunt (dad's side) : Fahaja
Great Aunt (mom's side) : Hahaja
Cousin : Kvije
Cousine : Kvija

Next up, body parts !
Are there gender neutral terms for this, like sibling, parent and so on?
Forgot those, but I'll add them.
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Wed 27 Jul 2016, 09:47

qwed117 wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote: vihruke : male genitals
vahraki : female genitals
Does it mean like "male groin" or does it mean the penis?
It's the penis.
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by qwed117 » Wed 27 Jul 2016, 13:05

KpTroopaFR wrote:
qwed117 wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote: vihruke : male genitals
vahraki : female genitals
Does it mean like "male groin" or does it mean the penis?
It's the penis.
How do you say testes? Prostate? Scrotum? If you want I can give you a word list for the genitals.
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by OTʜᴇB » Wed 27 Jul 2016, 13:16

qwed117 wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote:
qwed117 wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote: vihruke : male genitals
vahraki : female genitals
Does it mean like "male groin" or does it mean the penis?
It's the penis.
How do you say testes? Prostate? Scrotum? If you want I can give you a word list for the genitals.
I think the more important question here is "Why do you need to know?". Are you a con-urologist?
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Wed 27 Jul 2016, 13:19

qwed117 wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote:
qwed117 wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote: vihruke : male genitals
vahraki : female genitals
Does it mean like "male groin" or does it mean the penis?
It's the penis.
How do you say testes? Prostate? Scrotum? If you want I can give you a word list for the genitals.
I was planning putting testicles but I think I pretty much stated what's necessary.
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by Dezinaa » Wed 27 Jul 2016, 13:41

KpTroopaFR wrote:Noun definiteness

In Vaku, there exists an adjective that exceptionally goes after the noun it modifies and makes it definite.

Examples :
čëgdhu : a man, a Human being.
čëgdhu ke : the man, the Human being.

Next up, family members and body parts !
That's called a definite article, not an adjective. [:)]
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Re: Vaku lessons

Post by KpTroopaFR » Wed 27 Jul 2016, 13:42

Dezinaa wrote:
KpTroopaFR wrote:Noun definiteness

In Vaku, there exists an adjective that exceptionally goes after the noun it modifies and makes it definite.

Examples :
čëgdhu : a man, a Human being.
čëgdhu ke : the man, the Human being.

Next up, family members and body parts !
That's called a definite article, not an adjective. [:)]
Oh my bad, I'll correct that.
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