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by HJH
02 Sep 2019 10:42
Forum: Translations
Topic: Baikal
Replies: 8
Views: 363

Re: Baikal

INESS-east-REPOR-siberia-lie.ATEL.DUR.INV baikal-lake salt-lake-NEG SUPER-depth INESS-world

Joavseberlạeg baikalėec rrȧhėecȯe ccȧb j-mȯo.

/ɥoadɮzeðerlàècç θajgaʎéːc rːáɦéːɟóé cːáθ ɥəmó/
by HJH
30 May 2019 19:53
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Various Styles
Replies: 15
Views: 2160

Re: Various Styles

The Kufic is gorgeous. How do you generate the glyphs?
by HJH
13 May 2019 22:39
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Casia
Replies: 10
Views: 566

Re: Casia

eldin raigmore wrote:
12 May 2019 06:53
HJH wrote:
09 May 2019 20:02
http://i.imgur.com/o0nPj1A.png

All of Psalm 114 in Casia.

The text is just 55% the length of the English.
I’m sorry, I cannot detect the semantics of Psalm 114 in your interlinear morphemic gloss.
Psalm 114 is the first 9 verses of Psalm 116 in some versions.
by HJH
11 May 2019 08:24
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Casia
Replies: 10
Views: 566

Re: Casia

I like this, especially the phonology. But that orthography makes my head hurt. Lol. There's only one other conlang I've ever seen use all 26 letters like you do: Muplo ['mu.plø]. I appreciate that the orthography is strange. I wanted to make something that was compact and that I could type easily.
by HJH
09 May 2019 20:02
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Casia
Replies: 10
Views: 566

Re: Casia

Image

All of Psalm 114 in Casia.

The text is just 55% the length of the English.
by HJH
27 Apr 2019 19:17
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Casia
Replies: 10
Views: 566

Re: Casia

New Casia Grammar I have created a 2nd version of the grammar that has some major changes to the phontactics and morphology. The only downside is that it makes most of my old translations redundant [:S]. Polarity is now expressed grammatically in the classifier prefixes along with lexical aspect an...
by HJH
23 Apr 2019 16:16
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Casia
Replies: 10
Views: 566

Re: Casia

More of the logography https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/515253538314780682/570250825281175566/1556028766020399684386.jpg Rotate the image 90 degrees clockwise. Mob ayeyk xiao sat apgak monb noekec 1.SG.ABS love.FP.COMP because lord.ERG TEL.DUR.TRANS.hear.FF.PROG 1.SG.GEN speech.GEN bielm e aoo...
by HJH
23 Apr 2019 11:32
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Casia
Replies: 10
Views: 566

Re: Casia

Khemehekis wrote:
23 Apr 2019 10:10
Only six kinship roots? How do Casia speakers express "daoghter" and "son"?
I have words for them, but forgot to put them in the grammar document. They are:

oev, eoz (son)
tjo, cio (daughter)
by HJH
23 Apr 2019 09:24
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Casia
Replies: 10
Views: 566

Casia

Hello! Here is the first draft of my personal language : Casia. It has a large variety of palatal consonants, ergative-absolutive alignment, highly irregular plural formation, six tenses, and agglutinative morphology that shows some fusionality. I am also developing a logography for it. The text at ...
by HJH
22 Apr 2019 13:46
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: British Romance Language Collablang
Replies: 506
Views: 82395

Re: British Romance Language Collablang

136: c
137: b
by HJH
19 Apr 2019 20:39
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: What kind of conlanger are you?
Replies: 8
Views: 41753

Re: What kind of conlanger are you?

I used to be a bit of a scrapper, but with my newest conlang I think I'm becoming a bit more of a loyalist. My aim has always been to have something to stick with and use personally.
by HJH
19 Apr 2019 13:28
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Conlang Conversation Thread
Replies: 3583
Views: 905939

Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

De « bescu » britannicou oû-y americà ? [de.bəˈsky bʁi.tɑ̃ˈni.ku uː.ja.me.ʁiˈka] British or American "biscuits"? eapretane ea-pretane ABL.britain /eabredaɲʉ/ British (from Britain) Hast du deim ette? Hu have dey smekked? Did you eat them? How did they taste? Mof aqalp qjolx harw. Hak emeveb. mo-f a...
by HJH
18 Apr 2019 18:39
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Conlang Conversation Thread
Replies: 3583
Views: 905939

Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

coex monb bagomp jaxoab

coe-x mo-nb b-a-go-mp jaxoa-b

sister.ERG.SG.DEF 1.GEN.SG.DEF IND.NONVIS.TEL.DUR.TRANS.make.HODPST.COMP biscuit.ABS.PL.DEF

/coex munθ θɶɟʝɔmp ɥɶɣoaθ/

My sister has made biscuits. (I can smell them)
by HJH
18 Apr 2019 18:14
Forum: Translations
Topic: He is...
Replies: 79
Views: 19894

Re: He is...

:con: Casia He is a fisherman. ned vtaelmeka /ɲets tɬtaelmøgɒ/ ne-d vtaelmek-a 3.SG.DEF.ABS fish.HAB He is strong. ned saob /ɲets saoθ/ ne-d saob 3.SG.DEF.ABS STAT.strong He is my husband. ned aos monb /ɲets aos munθ/ ne-d aos mo-nb 3.SG.DEF.ABS STAT.husband 1.SG.DEF.GEN He is in my house. ned aja a...
by HJH
18 Apr 2019 12:49
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Conlang Conversation Thread
Replies: 3583
Views: 905939

Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

oebielm aja-o

/aoðjœlm aɥaɦɔ/

SUPER.NEG.noise exist.ITER

It's silent again.
by HJH
18 Apr 2019 12:41
Forum: Translations
Topic: Future in past
Replies: 3
Views: 883

Re: Future in past

Casia uses an imminent aspect to show that an action is about to happen. I am assuming that these take place in the far past. This man was supposed to fight. Je aeb keo-ezens. /ɥi aeθ keoɦɨɮens/ this man.SG.ABS. OBLIG.DUR.ATEL.INTRANS.fight.FP.IMM This man was supposed to fight together with my brot...
by HJH
18 Apr 2019 12:19
Forum: Translations
Topic: Kilimanjaro
Replies: 6
Views: 5039

Re: Kilimanjaro

:con: Casia Rising above the savannas of Tanzania are the snow-covered peaks of Kilimanjaro. Oe-aja-a Kelemanwarodraxob tel gesf Tansanear jaev adoy. /oeɦɒɥɶɦa kɨʎɛmɶndʑɑʀodzrɑxɣɔθ tel cçɨsf tanzaɲear ɥaetɬ atsoɕ/ STAT.INTRANS.exist.HAB Kilimanjaro.hill.ABS.PL.DEF hood.OBL.SG.DEF snow.PART.PL.INDEF ...
by HJH
17 Apr 2019 13:31
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: (EE) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 306
Views: 237171

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

Is there a relationship between the zompist bboard and the cbb?
by HJH
17 Apr 2019 12:48
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: What did you accomplish today?
Replies: 6627
Views: 1019592

Re: What did you accomplish today?

I have made a lot of morphological stuff. Case suffixes have several different forms. This depends on whether the last consonant of the singular or plural form of the noun is light, grey or dark and whether the noun is definite. When the noun does not end with a vowel, the final consonants are remov...