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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 19 Aug 2016 20:26

very good (:

by the way, I think English would still lost all its speechwayfalls for namewords soon, like how English did as we know, even if William and his Norman folks didn't come to England in 1066.
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speechwayfall = grammatical case

nameword = noun
I prefer to not be referred to with masculine pronouns and nouns such as “he/him/his”.

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Znex » 20 Aug 2016 05:09

Soothly, but thome is a teachword, and teachwords with hodewords oft keep hir speechwayfalls.
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teachword = demonstrative
hodeword = pronoun
hir = their
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 20 Aug 2016 05:33

so good (:

by the way, I might be like someone who is not truly sick otherwise but making heals for themselves...maybe it is my mind that is sick rather than someone that is sick.
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Znex » 20 Aug 2016 07:05

What dost thou mean? Seest thou unreal things or hearest thou unreal things? What aren these heals thou speakest of? Why thinkest thyself sick?
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 20 Aug 2016 08:33

Znex wrote:What dost thou mean? Seest thou unreal things or hearest thou unreal things? What aren these heals thou speakest of? Why thinkest thyself sick?
I seek to know if a friend of mine has some sickness about her mind...and seek to know other things about her...
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Znex » 20 Aug 2016 09:01

Ah, the friend thou believest is selfshut? I understand thy worry, but if she wille not to speak about it, then maybe 'tis good to worthe her will.

What brought up this thought, anyway?
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worth = respect, honour
will = want; wishes
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 20 Aug 2016 09:08

Znex wrote:Ah, the friend thou believest is selfshut? I understand thy worry, but if she wille not to speak about it, then maybe 'tis good to worthe her will.
þou art riȝt, alþouȝ she does not þink she has anyþing like þat, I see she miȝt have, however, I shall not talk to her about þat anymore unless she finds it herself.
Znex wrote: What brought up this thought, anyway?
I þink of þat for þings þat had happened to her and how she behaveþ.
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Bryan » 21 Sep 2016 22:54

I've been working on Anglish years and years. My latest site on it is here: www.pureenglish.org. Check it out :mrgreen:

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 25 Sep 2016 22:48

Bryan wrote:I've been working on Anglish years and years. My latest site on it is here: http://www.pureenglish.org. Check it out :mrgreen:
good (:

dost thou think to talk wholly in Anglish here?
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Znex » 26 Sep 2016 08:10

He could stand to brook more Anglish, now that I think about it.
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Lambuzhao » 01 Oct 2016 13:01

William Barnes has written An Outline of English Speech-Craft

It is worth a read-
http://www.gutenberg.org/files/44289/44 ... 4289-h.htm


He already shaped many words of Speech-Craft, such as

outshowing = teachword
nametoken, steadword = hodeword
outshowing nametoken, outshowing steadword = teaching hodeword
mark-ending = speechwayfall

We need not, Anglish Folk, shape the wheel twice, thrice, force or even morce! [:3]

And not to turn good Anglish folk from their earnest or craftsmanship, or from otherwise 'coming into their own',
But someone truthfully took the time to wend these Speech-Craft words for us,
so therefore let's brook 'em!
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by imperialismus » 02 Oct 2016 01:21

Znex wrote:Soothly, but thome is a teachword, and teachwords with hodewords oft keep hir speechwayfalls.
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teachword = demonstrative
hodeword = pronoun
hir = their
Wherefore dost thou go against such an ur-Germanish word as "their"? Surely we can make use of words borrowed from our Germanish neighbors? Liken to the offmarking of "Anglish": "a register of English that gives preference to words of Germanic origin over words of Latin or Greek origin."

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 02 Oct 2016 01:30

ok (:

I think I had a dream in which that I was a high school learner in a teachingroom and was turned a blind eye to and/or was hated...
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by GrandPiano » 02 Oct 2016 03:04

imperialismus wrote:
Znex wrote:Soothly, but thome is a teachword, and teachwords with hodewords oft keep hir speechwayfalls.
Spoiler:
teachword = demonstrative
hodeword = pronoun
hir = their
Wherefore dost thou go against such an ur-Germanish word as "their"? Surely we can make use of words borrowed from our Germanish neighbors? Liken to the offmarking of "Anglish": "a register of English that gives preference to words of Germanic origin over words of Latin or Greek origin."
Why do you go against such ur-Germanish words as "why" and "you"? The goal of Anglish is to get rid of words that come from Latin or Greek, not to brook outworn words and speechcraft.
:eng: - Native
:chn: - B2
:esp: - A2
:jpn: - A2

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by imperialismus » 02 Oct 2016 03:38

GrandPiano wrote:
imperialismus wrote:
Znex wrote:Soothly, but thome is a teachword, and teachwords with hodewords oft keep hir speechwayfalls.
Spoiler:
teachword = demonstrative
hodeword = pronoun
hir = their
Wherefore dost thou go against such an ur-Germanish word as "their"? Surely we can make use of words borrowed from our Germanish neighbors? Liken to the offmarking of "Anglish": "a register of English that gives preference to words of Germanic origin over words of Latin or Greek origin."
Why do you go against such ur-Germanish words as "why" and "you"? The goal of Anglish is to get rid of words that come from Latin or Greek, not to brook outworn words and speechcraft.
I don't, I was simply answering in the way of a post that made brook of words not seen since Middle English.

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by GrandPiano » 02 Oct 2016 04:51

Not Middle English, but Early Newfangled English...
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:chn: - B2
:esp: - A2
:jpn: - A2

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by imperialismus » 02 Oct 2016 04:54

GrandPiano wrote:Not Middle English, but Early Newfangled English...
"Thome"? Really? That was folk speech in Shakespeare's time?

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by GrandPiano » 02 Oct 2016 05:04

I meant "wherefore", "dost", and "thou".
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 07 Oct 2016 02:15

It seems that some of us love those lost endings which Old English once had and forseek to bring them back and set them up in Anglish?

Although I don't think those endings would still overlive even if William and his men never came to England and became the king and athelings of England...
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by imperialismus » 10 Oct 2016 06:08

In any case I was just poking fun. I don't think the meaning of Anglish is to sound outdated for its own sake.

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