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by Omzinesý
31 Jan 2011 20:57
Forum: Translations
Topic: Months of the year
Replies: 23
Views: 3680

Re: Months of the year

:eng: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, Day, Month, Year. :deu: Januar, Februar, Marz, April, Mai, Juni, Juli, August, September, Oktober, November, Dezember, Tag, Monat, Jahr :swe: Januari, Februari, Mars, April, Maj, Juni, Juli, Augus...
by Omzinesý
31 Jan 2011 20:24
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Sound change collection
Replies: 2
Views: 880

Sound change collection

I am making a synthetic conlang. And I thought it could be useful to collect the most common sound changes, and also know examples in native languages where they appear. if you also know which environments cause the change. I am mostly interested in changes which form one phoneme by joining two toge...
by Omzinesý
30 Jan 2011 15:40
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Table?
Replies: 10
Views: 1594

Re: Table?

So? What did you really say? Is it possible to ad a table or even write it with cursor?
by Omzinesý
29 Jan 2011 22:00
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Table?
Replies: 10
Views: 1594

Re: Table?

So there is now way tocopy-paste a word table directle. Oh no.
by Omzinesý
29 Jan 2011 14:10
Forum: Translations
Topic: I know only...
Replies: 66
Views: 10640

Re: I know only...

:eng: I know only six English words. :nor: Jeg kjenner bare seks norske ord. :deu: Ich weiss nur sechs Englische Wörter. :swe: Jag kan bara sex ord på svenska. :fra: Je sais seulement sept mots en français. :pol: Znam tylko sześć słów po polsku. :roc: 我只知道九個中文字。 :fin: Osaan/tiedän vain kuusi suomen ...
by Omzinesý
29 Jan 2011 11:16
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: Table?
Replies: 10
Views: 1594

Table?

How can I add a table on this forum? The columns never go one below another. It must be possible to make it easily.
by Omzinesý
23 Jan 2011 15:10
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Conlang Idioms/Sayings/etc.
Replies: 13
Views: 1688

Re: Conlang Idioms/Sayings/etc.

Omzin: Puotenka humron.
Dragons don't eat each other.
If somebody is not kind to you, it doen't mean he would be completely evel, to everybody.
by Omzinesý
22 Jan 2011 16:16
Forum: Translations
Topic: Months of the year
Replies: 23
Views: 3680

Re: Months of the year

helmikuu [helmiku:] in IPA, diffucult
by Omzinesý
22 Jan 2011 16:09
Forum: Translations
Topic: Months of the year
Replies: 23
Views: 3680

Re: Months of the year

Finnish has the same boring days of the week, but months are original. month is kuukausi 'moon period' tammikuu 'oak moon' helmikuu 'pearl moon' maaliskuu huhtikuu toukokuu 'seedtime moon' kesäkuu 'summer moon' heinäkuu 'hay moon' elokuu 'harvest moon' syyskuu 'autumn moon' lokakuu 'mud moon' marras...
by Omzinesý
22 Jan 2011 15:57
Forum: Translations
Topic: The Cat and the Fish.
Replies: 61
Views: 10711

Re: The Cat and the Fish.

[:fin: Kissa ja kala Oli kerran kissa. Se Oli pieni ja valkoinen. Kun herätti oli paljon nälkäinen! Kun se heräsi, se oli hyvin nälkäinen. Siis meni hakemaan ruokaa. Siis se meni etsimään ruokaa. Haki puun takana ja löysi terhon. Se etsi puun takaa ja löysi terhon. Mutta kissa ei syö terhoja! Why no...
by Omzinesý
22 Jan 2011 15:39
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Kådir
Replies: 3
Views: 1615

Kådir

I am introducing my one conlang, Kådir, which is not complete, as all my languages. I used to think of it in sauna, and after moving, we have no sauna anymore, so I present it now when it probably is as complete as it can be. The noun is rather boring, so I am now simply leaving it out. a > æ/a/ a: ...
by Omzinesý
13 Jan 2011 13:03
Forum: Translations
Topic: All roads lead to Rome.
Replies: 80
Views: 12320

Re: All roads lead to Rome.

:eng: All roads lead to Rome. :deu: Alle Wege führen nach Rom. :dan: Alle veje fører til Rom. :nor: Alle veier fører til Rom. :nld: Alle wegen leiden naar Rome. :lat: Omnes viae Romam ducunt. :esp: Todas las calles andan a Roma. (?) :fra: Tous les chemins mènent à Rome. :pol: Wszystkie drogi prowadz...
by Omzinesý
15 Dec 2010 18:00
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 6876
Views: 805970

Re: Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here

I know Icelandic has aspirate and not aspirate series but I thinkin how is a completely new sereis arise. For example there are non-aspirate sounded and soundless series in a language X. In the future it develops an aspirate unvoiced series. what is the sourse if the two old series still stay? for e...
by Omzinesý
15 Dec 2010 15:49
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
Replies: 6876
Views: 805970

Re: Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here

Where do aspirate consonants come from? I mean they have dissappeared from Greek, for instance, but how they are created?
by Omzinesý
21 Nov 2010 20:11
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Word order
Replies: 31
Views: 2583

Re: Word order

I favor topic -languages nowadays, so it's complicated to say what's the word order normally TopVFoc or VFocTop. I define them verb-initial because topic is not an actant.
by Omzinesý
22 Oct 2010 07:41
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Yagvas language
Replies: 1
Views: 927

Yagvas language

This is my old conlang. I decided to introduce it now. You may of course ask and comment but it may be that i don't remember anymore. Yagvas language Yagvas is a conlang based in ancient Indo-European languages, mostly in Latin Greece and Sanskrit. But for example of genderless can be inferred that ...
by Omzinesý
12 Sep 2010 09:53
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Aqcin language
Replies: 5
Views: 1375

Re: Aqcin language

Adjective attributes are formed, by adding the adjective suffix e to a verb or noun stem with this soft mutation (consonant graduation). Often, if it’s easy to pronounce, the vowel V2 is dropped off before the adjective suffix. The e is actually the participle marker. E.g. boonyt ‘It is blue.’ boon(...
by Omzinesý
12 Sep 2010 09:34
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Aqcin language
Replies: 5
Views: 1375

Re: Aqcin language

Code: one i/y this e/õ that â/a [/code] These can be interpreted as articles. One is of course an indefinite article. But the demonstrative infix 'this' expressis everything that is close to the first person, also mentally. It's in his/her/its possession, it means him/her/it, its location is near......
by Omzinesý
12 Sep 2010 09:15
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Aqcin language
Replies: 5
Views: 1375

Re: Aqcin language

The specialty of the language are large mental terminology and categories. In their good days the Aqcins worked commonly as psychologists. For example a very strong curse word in Aqcin is ‘ruochâq’, meaning Alzheimer’s disease. Great idea, but more suitable for a professional slang than an ethnic l...
by Omzinesý
11 Sep 2010 08:05
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Aqcin language
Replies: 5
Views: 1375

Re: Aqcin language

The second vowel indicates the part of speech, tense and aspect in the verbs, and definiteness in the nouns. verbs: present/future past imperfective o ö perfective u ü stative å ä There are three degrees of definiteness in the language, they correspond to demonstarative pronouns. The endings depend ...