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by hadad
18 Sep 2010 03:03
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: What got you started in Conlanging?
Replies: 38
Views: 4336

Re: What got you started in Conlanging?

The funny thing is, I actually understood much of that without the spoilers, and I never read japanese with kana and without romaji to assist me. Anatano tomodachi baka dazo! "you're friend is an idiot/stupid" Nihongowa (...)kaito muzukashii (...)(...)yowa? I'm going to guess: "Is Japanese a very ha...
by hadad
18 Sep 2010 02:38
Forum: Translations
Topic: Goodbye!
Replies: 25
Views: 4790

Re: Goodbye!

:con: Zhormaunii - Kodhpei (can't find my book, but I remember some of the sound changes I've made)
by hadad
18 Sep 2010 02:31
Forum: In other languages
Topic: Tema de jamonada [español/castellano]
Replies: 653
Views: 152907

Re: ¡El mensaje oficial para casi cualquier cosa!

español es muy facil, y sumerano (sumerian) es muy facil tambien.
by hadad
17 Sep 2010 20:30
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: What got you started in Conlanging?
Replies: 38
Views: 4336

Re: What got you started in Conlanging?

if you want a site for writing systems, I always use omniglot. it has (to my knowledge) every writing system used today and some extinct ones. There are some it doesn't have, like a few in China. Though yeah, it has most. I used to be a member of their forum, and that was the language site I was re...
by hadad
17 Sep 2010 20:07
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: If you were making an auxlang, what phonemes would it have?
Replies: 29
Views: 4042

Re: If you were making an auxlang, what phonemes would it ha

m, p, b, ɸ, β, f, v, n, t, d, θ, ð, s, z, ʃ, ʒ, ɻ , j, k, g, ŋ, x, h, w, ʔ, ts, dz, tʃ, and dʒ. It wasn't until I began to learn IPA until I could distinguish labials from labiodentals, and velars from uvulars (though the fricative ones were obviously different to me). I still can't tell the differe...
by hadad
17 Sep 2010 19:45
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: How is your nick pronounced?
Replies: 301
Views: 32728

Re: How is your nick pronounced?

Heh, there's this little store near where I live called Haddad. Well, actually it's pretty much the only store in my entire region other than the gas station. Your name reminds me of that. :-) Is it based on a semitic language? If so, it's the same name. Also, the name can be Adad, Addu, etc... Heb...
by hadad
16 Sep 2010 01:28
Forum: Everything Else
Topic: How is your nick pronounced?
Replies: 301
Views: 32728

Re: How is your nick pronounced?

xadad (I just put "a" because the vowels aren't really known. Semitic languages didn't always write their vowels, only Ugaritic and Akkadian did).
by hadad
16 Sep 2010 01:24
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Zhormaunii
Replies: 7
Views: 1484

Re: Zhormaunii

He meant /ð/. And also, how would Latin cases be borrowed in English at all? O I see. I wanted to make my aphabet phonetic as possible. So I distinguished the pronunciation of /T/ from /D/. Also, I like having them as seperate consonants. The more phonemes the merrier. It's only used in literature ...
by hadad
16 Sep 2010 01:16
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: What got you started in Conlanging?
Replies: 38
Views: 4336

Re: What got you started in Conlanging?

My interest in historical linguistics, my first conlang attempts were descendants of English. That's funny, because I'm just starting out now, adapting and modifying the english language to get a handle on conlanging. For me, it started when I saw anime shows when I was a kid. I didn't have the res...
by hadad
13 Sep 2010 02:09
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Zhormaunii
Replies: 7
Views: 1484

Re: Zhormaunii

The case system is formed by the fusion the adpositions to either nouns or verbs (depending on where emphasis is put). It's based on the accent of american english I speak, and the way we talk in my area. Also, partly from slang. Also, most of the cases are derived from already existing affixes. The...
by hadad
12 Sep 2010 16:06
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: What language does Google Translate think your conlang is?
Replies: 173
Views: 13889

Re: What language does Google Translate think your conlang i

English, polish, danish, french, italian, spanish, Romanian. It's in the right ballpark of what it's based off suprisingly.
I did this:
Oulruuts litdou rouma
All roads lead to Rome
by hadad
12 Sep 2010 16:02
Forum: Translations
Topic: When did she say she will come?
Replies: 17
Views: 3441

Re: When did she say she will come?

:con: zhormaunii - Wan taad sixoi siwalkom? Sixat siwalkomun Douztaj.
:con: zhormaunii - Wantaad sixoi siwal kom? UnDouztaj Sixat siwal kom.
by hadad
12 Sep 2010 15:46
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Zhormaunii
Replies: 7
Views: 1484

Re: Zhormaunii

Zhormaunii Nouns Nominative -aash Accusative -aam Dative dou- Ablative dei- Benefactive buur- Ablative of Nationality -iiaun Comitative koum- Instrumental waadh(e)- Genetive -ii Possessive sg. -aaz, pl. -aazez Plural suffix -eiz, -aaz, etc... (usually, nouns that end in -z, other than Possessive si...
by hadad
12 Sep 2010 15:35
Forum: Conlangs
Topic: Zhormaunii
Replies: 7
Views: 1484

Zhormaunii

I finally finished the first constructed language I'm satisfied with. I called it Zhormaunii, based on the original homeland I had for it, as initially I was going to make it a language family closely related to Germanic, which branched off of it as Germanic migrated to Juteland. It was going to the...
by hadad
12 Sep 2010 15:07
Forum: Translations
Topic: The Book of the Dead Chapter 12
Replies: 6
Views: 1117

Re: The Book of the Dead Chapter 12

:eng: I have made offerings to the gods, and sacrificial meals to the spirits. Deliver me then ye, protect me then ye, make not accusations against me before the gods great. :con: Zhormaunii - Oizhaup miitdou thozhuts, en xekrabaasil mils dou thozfiradz. Tiilaparmii thanjouz, fruudakdmii thanjouz, n...
by hadad
12 Sep 2010 14:49
Forum: Translations
Topic: All roads lead to Rome.
Replies: 80
Views: 12320

Re: All roads lead to Rome.

:con: Zhormaunii - Oulruuts litdou Rouma.
by hadad
12 Sep 2010 14:44
Forum: Translations
Topic: In heaven everything is fine
Replies: 28
Views: 2635

Re: In heaven everything is fine

:con: Zhormaunii: Aangapan ahwridhing azboun.
by hadad
11 Sep 2010 14:25
Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
Topic: Languages that dont distinguish nouns adjectives verbs etc..
Replies: 20
Views: 3843

Re: Languages that dont distinguish nouns adjectives verbs e

Sumerian doesn't distinguish them. Lugal can mean king, to rule, kingly, etc...

Though some of its words are always distinguished, such as gal, which means great, and is always an adjective I think.
by hadad
11 Sep 2010 14:17
Forum: In other languages
Topic: Tema de jamonada [español/castellano]
Replies: 653
Views: 152907

Re: ¡El mensaje oficial para casi cualquier cosa!

Hablo un poco español. Aprendé eso en escuela alta (ehrm... no se el español por él).

Daddy Yankee es así así. No se otros.