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by Avo
23 Apr 2015 14:29
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

It's a Zoquean language.
by Avo
23 Apr 2015 10:12
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Yes! It's a Mixe-Zoquean language. And all of those are spoken in Mexico. [;)]
by Avo
22 Apr 2015 22:13
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

No, it's the member of a language family.
by Avo
21 Apr 2015 23:23
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Nope.
by Avo
21 Apr 2015 22:31
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Not Oto-Manguean either
by Avo
21 Apr 2015 22:30
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False cognates
Replies: 685
Views: 181320

Re: False cognates

The first part in heute has the same origin as the English pronoun he . There is also heuer meaning "this year" (<*hiu jāru), but outside of the High German area this word is archaic or entirely unknown. A shame, I like the word. [:(] Wow, cool! I'd never heard heuer before, even though I thought I...
by Avo
21 Apr 2015 20:36
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Not Mayan
by Avo
21 Apr 2015 20:13
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Yes!
by Avo
21 Apr 2015 10:49
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: False cognates
Replies: 685
Views: 181320

Re: False cognates

The first part in heute has the same origin as the English pronoun he. There is also heuer meaning "this year" (<*hiu jāru), but outside of the High German area this word is archaic or entirely unknown. A shame, I like the word. [:(]
by Avo
21 Apr 2015 10:35
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

No
by Avo
20 Apr 2015 15:27
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

sangi39 wrote:I'm going to guess South American.
Zythros Jubi wrote:Arawakan?
No to both
opipik wrote:Spoken in North America?
Yes [:P]
Prinsessa wrote:Glottalese?
I guess. [xD]
by Avo
20 Apr 2015 11:56
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Jeʔm maanyimok ʔanhaʔptáʔm
Tsuʔuyim dyam dyam ʔanjetstáʔmpa
Kwandu ʔuxanh ʔijɨɨs, ʔaʔmkiʔmyajpa kuyyukmɨ jemɨkʔam ʔity jeʔm kaʔnpu
Jemum ʔijɨʔmtsák nɨʔɨkɨʔɨm
by Avo
18 Apr 2015 19:40
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Guess The Language!!!
Replies: 3203
Views: 392969

Re: Guess The Language!!!

Uyghur?
by Avo
13 Apr 2015 20:56
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: You
Replies: 287
Views: 136383

Re: You

Runomso wrote:Location: Hessen, Germany
Date of birth: September 28th
You're from Germany's bestest state and your birthday is four days after mine. You seem like a decent person.
by Avo
12 Apr 2015 22:31
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Introduction thread(s)
Replies: 389
Views: 214352

Re: Introduction thread(s)

Hallo.
by Avo
26 Mar 2015 22:14
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Unique and/or odd distinctions
Replies: 185
Views: 20576

Re: Unique and/or odd distinctions

Squall wrote:Is there any language that does not split 'ingest' into 'drink' and 'eat'?
In Persian, خوردن xordan is used for both drinking and eating stuff.
by Avo
26 Mar 2015 15:27
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Unique and/or odd distinctions
Replies: 185
Views: 20576

Re: Unique and/or odd distinctions

clawgrip wrote:Here's a weird one:
gohan: rice, when served with an Asian-style meal, generally in an owan or donburi. example
raisu: rice, when served with a Western-style meal, usually flattened out somewhat and served on a plate. example
Ha, this is one awesome.
by Avo
25 Mar 2015 10:30
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Unique and/or odd distinctions
Replies: 185
Views: 20576

Re: Unique and/or odd distinctions

German has a couple of different words for different animals' mating periods: Brunft for deer, Ranz for ferrets, badgers, wolves and foxes, Rausche for pigs and boars, Rammelzeit for hares and rabbits, Reihzeit for ducks, Läufigkeit for cats and dogs, Rolligkeit for cats alone, Rossigkeit for horses...
by Avo
19 Feb 2015 22:03
Forum: Conworlds & Concultures
Topic: Random Conworld idea thread
Replies: 317
Views: 102161

Re: Random Conworld idea thread

What is a kirigakure "culture" supposed to mean?
by Avo
09 Feb 2015 06:58
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Conlang in progress
Replies: 5
Views: 1212

Re: Conlang in progress

Is your conlang supposed to be surreal aswell? The phoneme inventory you have there is quite bizarre and not realistic. In any case, /ʥʼ/ isn't a thing as voiced ejectives are impossible to pronounce.