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by All4Ɇn
25 Jun 2019 05:55
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Language practice thread
Replies: 6177
Views: 538866

Re: Language practice thread

Ce moment où tu tentes de te rappeler les paroles d'une chanson finnoise et que tu insères par accident un mot en quenya. #problèmesdeconlangueur That moment when you're trying to remember the words to a Finnish song and you accidentally throw in a Quenya word. #conlangerproblems [O.O] [>_<] [:P] M...
by All4Ɇn
19 Jun 2019 19:20
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Lapdeutsch
Replies: 66
Views: 25008

Re: Lapdeutsch

/ʊ/ vs /ɔ/ Due to its proximity to Low German speaking areas where /ʊ/ is typically either not present or an allophone of /ɔ/, High German speaking areas where they're typically distinct, and Central German dialects which vary in how they treat the phonemes, the development of /ʊ/ and /ɔ/ in Lapdeu...
by All4Ɇn
19 Jun 2019 18:13
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Lapdeutsch
Replies: 66
Views: 25008

Re: Lapdeutsch

This lapdeutsh has some parallels with my kaudadeutsh. This is an internationalized and multiculti german. Loanwords wherever possible, and the hochdeutsh consonant shift is cancelled, so it has a strong plattdüütsh element (and the speakers of other germanic languages can understand it much better...
by All4Ɇn
12 Jun 2019 01:59
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False cognates
Replies: 695
Views: 165381

Re: False cognates

Although both of these words ultimately derive their first element from the same Indo-European root, they both derive it from different words in Latin and so I think they still count as false cognates

:bra: para "for" (from Latin per + ad)
:esp: para "for" (from Latin pro + ad)
by All4Ɇn
21 Apr 2019 05:20
Forum: Translations
Topic: Conlang accents
Replies: 79
Views: 10504

Re: Conlang accents

Pabappa wrote:
14 Apr 2019 19:37
äl ˈhjuːmən ˈpiːjiːŋs äɾ pɔɾn
i ♥ this so much
I noticed this when I first posted it and was wondering if anyone was going to say anything. Completely forgot about it until I saw this message
by All4Ɇn
10 Apr 2019 14:20
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: A riddle for you guys
Replies: 14
Views: 611

Re: A riddle for you guys

I've got some ideas for these new ones, but I'll leave them for other users
by All4Ɇn
04 Apr 2019 23:55
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: A riddle for you guys
Replies: 14
Views: 611

Re: A riddle for you guys

What a cool idea! Here are my guesses: It very much seems to be a generally VSO language. I think definite articles come before the nouns they modify, but adjectives come after. There seems to be some kind of gender agreement as well: Mim- Nominative definite article Mu- Nominative definite article ...
by All4Ɇn
01 Apr 2019 19:36
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Lapdeutsch
Replies: 66
Views: 25008

Re: Lapdeutsch

Selv/Self/Selve Considering how many different forms and usages there are for this word I figured I should go into each of them Selv- Noun When used as a neuter noun, Selv translates quite simply as "self" and has the plural form Selve. Selv- Adjective When used as an adjective, selv means "same" a...
by All4Ɇn
28 Mar 2019 05:16
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Lapdeutsch
Replies: 66
Views: 25008

Re: Lapdeutsch

Very nice language. Definitely feels like a German or Dutch dialect, or sociolect. *is writing down notes* Glad that you like it! [:D] I'm not sure whether or not I'd consider it a sociolect. I do think ideally it would be more associated with people in rural parts of Western Germany and Eastern Ne...
by All4Ɇn
24 Mar 2019 14:18
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Lapdeutsch
Replies: 66
Views: 25008

Re: Lapdeutsch

Numerals Cardinal As discussed earlier, éin, twei, drei, and vier all have their own patterns for declension 1: Éin (Éine) 2: Twei (Twein/Two) 3: Drei 4: Vier 5: Feif 6: Sechs 7: Seven 8: Acht 9: Neun 10: Tein 11: Elf 12: Twälf 13: Dritten 14: Veurten 15: Feiften 16: Sechsten 17: Seventen 18: Achtt...
by All4Ɇn
17 Mar 2019 14:25
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Sound Changes Game
Replies: 5984
Views: 515821

Re: Sound Changes Game

<chaysshasshày>

[t͡ʃɛ˥k͡xa˥k͡xej˩] > [t͡ʃɛ.c͡ça.c͡çeꜜ]
by All4Ɇn
16 Mar 2019 07:07
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Sound Changes Game
Replies: 5984
Views: 515821

Re: Sound Changes Game

<cháy·sshà·sshây>

[t͡ʃaɪ̯˧˥ʃə˥sa˩ʃə˥ʃaɪ̯˩] -> [t͡ʃaɪ̯˥ʃːa˩ʃːaɪ̯˥˩
by All4Ɇn
04 Mar 2019 01:28
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 6970
Views: 841441

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

ixals wrote:
03 Mar 2019 12:39
Do you know where your German professor is from?
East Germany but I don't know more specifically than that
by All4Ɇn
01 Mar 2019 04:34
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 6970
Views: 841441

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

I agree. In some dialects this process is still productive and also active for post-alveolars (which are phonetically rounded), e.g. there is [fʏʃʷ]~ [fɪʃʷ] 'fish'. I'm so glad to read this because I often hear my German professor use [ʏ] where I'd expect [ɪ] and always thought it was a bit strange...
by All4Ɇn
22 Feb 2019 08:35
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: If natlangs were conlangs
Replies: 91
Views: 49187

Re: If natlangs were conlangs

What's with the random nominal declension?! You have basically two cases: a half-assed genitive and everything else, and the markings are all the same in 3 of the four cases! You only needed 4 endings and all you came up with was -Ø -s -s -s And then they went and added random apostrophes for seemi...
by All4Ɇn
22 Feb 2019 08:32
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 6970
Views: 841441

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

Nortaneous wrote:
20 Feb 2019 08:45
Sometimes there's rounding around labials, especially in some dialects. This is probably just a case that made it into the standard.
Another instance of it is schwören. The version with -ö- is borrowed from dialect whereas the expected form would be schweren.
by All4Ɇn
14 Feb 2019 22:41
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: English Dialects
Replies: 62
Views: 21818

Re: English Dialects

KIT ɪ DRESS ɛ TRAP æ LOT ɑ STRUT ɜ FOOT ʊ BATH æ CLOTH ɑ (not really sure very similar to palm but still different) NURSE ɚ FLEECE i/ɪi FACE eɪ PALM ɑ THOUGHT ɑ (same as cloth) GOAT ɜʊ GOOSE ʊu PRICE äɪ/äː CHOICE ɔɪ MOUTH æu NEAR iɚ SQUARE eɚ START ɑɚ NORTH ɔɚ FORCE ɔɚ CURE jɚ/jɔɚ happY i lettER ɚ C...
by All4Ɇn
14 Feb 2019 01:12
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Jokes
Replies: 385
Views: 105985

Re: Jokes

Here's a German one I just thought up:
Wie weiß man, dass Hunde sehr gute Architekten sind?
Weil sie immer „Bau, wow“ sagen!


Here's a slightly different English translation:
How do you know that dogs are great architects?
Because they always say "roof roof"
by All4Ɇn
13 Feb 2019 20:41
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Lapdeutsch
Replies: 66
Views: 25008

Re: Lapdeutsch

Sample Sentences Using Kafka's The Metamorphosis I've realized that I haven't exactly included many written samples of Lapdeutsch yet so I thought I'd change that. Here are 4 version's illustrating the German-Lapdeutsch continuum using a passage from Kafka's The Metamorphosis. The bolded words are ...
by All4Ɇn
09 Feb 2019 17:08
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Silvish
Replies: 202
Views: 34326

Re: Silvish

I really like both of them! The first one is definitely better as the flag for the country however. I think the second wold look great maybe for a city or province or something?