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by plathhs
06 Jul 2015 19:44
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3174
Views: 383992

Re: Guess The Language!!!

shimobaatar wrote:A search of Wikipedia suggests that at least eleven Turkic languages appear to have /q/ as a phoneme. Unless you were talking about orthographic <q> or there's something else I've misunderstood?
Well, there go my searching skills … (and my general knowledge of Turkic languages) :roll:
by plathhs
05 Jul 2015 16:42
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Kgáweqʼ
Replies: 14
Views: 5983

Re: Kgáweqʼ

The q'ul- preverb. [<3]
So poetic.
by plathhs
04 Jul 2015 12:54
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3174
Views: 383992

Re: Guess The Language!!!

My knowledge of languages is not the greatest, so I have no clue what to guess. But I can always make some observations: it appears to me that in most words, front and back vowels do not co-occur. This might be random, but it might as well indicate vowel harmony. The whole thing looks Turkic to me,...
by plathhs
04 Jul 2015 12:38
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3174
Views: 383992

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Spoken in Asia?
by plathhs
03 Jul 2015 20:37
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Introduction thread(s)
Replies: 389
Views: 208385

Re: Introduction thread(s)

ieuan wrote:… I'm a monolingual Welsh speaker … I'm planning on learning Welsh.
Croeso i CBB! But wait … I suppose that first ‘Welsh’ was supposed to be ‘English’, given the language you wrote in?
by plathhs
03 Jul 2015 20:18
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: You
Replies: 287
Views: 135514

Re: You

right … whatever; let's have a new one: alias(es): i.a.* plathhs location: i.a. stockholm, sweden date of birth: '92.1.13 gender: i.a. transfeminine ~ demigirl (assigned male at birth) occupation(s): i.a. hummus ('10–'11.8), student of ceramics ('11.8–'14.6) and textile craft ('14.8–'15.6) interests...
by plathhs
01 Jul 2015 00:00
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Orthographic quirks in natlangs
Replies: 127
Views: 17190

Re: Orthographic quirks in natlangs

Hungarian has <sz> for /s/ and <s> for /ʃ/, yet <zs dzs> for /ʒ d͡ʒ/.