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Re: 20 bits

Post by Micamo » 18 May 2011 14:21

Was it made by anyone who posts regularly here?
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Ear of the Sphinx » 18 May 2011 16:36

Micamo wrote:Was it made by anyone who posts regularly here?
That's by nobody from here:
10. Was it created by anyone with an forum account either here on in zompist? I don't think so.
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Micamo » 18 May 2011 16:38

If it's not a famous language and wasn't made by anyone who posts here, then how are we supposed to have ever heard of it?

Guess I might as well put my only idea forward: Is it Ro?
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Ear of the Sphinx » 18 May 2011 17:24

Conlang
1. Can you find this conlang in media (books, movies, video games, whathaveyou)? No, I think.
2. Inyauk?! Nope. :mrgreen:
3. Esperanto? No.
4. Is it mine? No.
5. Amjati?! No.
6. Is it an auxlang? No.
7. Does it have morphological case? No.
8. Is it by Zompist? No.
9. Is it Toki Pona? No.
10. Was it created by anyone with an forum account either here on in zompist? I don't think so.
11. Is it an engelang? Yes.
12. Is it Ithkuil? No.
12,5. Can I ask two questions at the same time, or three if you count this one? I think so.
13. Is it one any of us have likely have heard of before? Yes.
14. Is it Ro? No.
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Micamo » 18 May 2011 17:29

The only other one I can think of is Lojban and that one definitely has been used in writing. I give up.
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Re: 20 bits

Post by bartekw_96 » 23 May 2011 22:39

Dear Miłoszu,

Is it a priori conlang?
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Re: 20 bits

Post by peterofthecorn » 24 May 2011 01:36

Maybe it's a close relative of one already guessed, maybe loglan or Illaksh.

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Re: 20 bits

Post by Golahet » 24 May 2011 08:37

The only conlangs that spring to my mind, except Loglan that peterofthecorn mentioned (Ilaksh violates answer no 10), that satisfy the information given (as far as I know) are Kēlen and Fith.

Fith is probably an artlang and thus violates 11, and thus only Loglan and Kēlen are left.

Correction: it might be Saweli. Is it one of Loglan, Kēlen, and Saweli?

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Re: 20 bits

Post by Ear of the Sphinx » 24 May 2011 19:03

Conlang
1. Can you find this conlang in media (books, movies, video games, whathaveyou)? No, I think.
2. Inyauk?! Nope. :mrgreen:
3. Esperanto? No.
4. Is it mine? No.
5. Amjati?! No.
6. Is it an auxlang? No.
7. Does it have morphological case? No.
8. Is it by Zompist? No.
9. Is it Toki Pona? No.
10. Was it created by anyone with an forum account either here on in zompist? I don't think so.
11. Is it an engelang? Yes.
12. Is it Ithkuil? No.
12,5. Can I ask two questions at the same time, or three if you count this one? I think so.
13. Is it one any of us have likely have heard of before? Yes.
14. Is it Ro? No.
15. Is it a priori conlang? Yes, dear Bartku.
16. Is it one of Loglan, Kēlen, and Saweli? Yes.
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Xing » 24 May 2011 19:25

Is it kēlen?

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Re: 20 bits

Post by peterofthecorn » 24 May 2011 19:53

Golahet wrote: (Ilaksh violates answer no 10)
Ilaksh was made by someone here or on zompist? I didn't know John Quijada was on either forum.
16. Is it one of Loglan, Kēlen, and Saweli? Yes.
Is it loglan?

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Re: 20 bits

Post by Ear of the Sphinx » 24 May 2011 20:16

Ding! This is Kelen!
Fith is probably an artlang and thus violates 11
Not exactly, I suppose Kelen is an artlang and an engelang at once.
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Xing » 24 May 2011 20:42

A natlang.

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Re: 20 bits

Post by Ainuke » 24 May 2011 20:43

Is it a European Lang?
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Xing » 24 May 2011 20:48

1. Is it a European Lang? No

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Re: 20 bits

Post by Testyal » 24 May 2011 22:26

Is it used in tribes?
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Xing » 24 May 2011 22:46

1. Is it a European Lang? No
2. Is it used in tribes? Kind of... maybe more distinctively tribal in the past.

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Re: 20 bits

Post by Ear of the Sphinx » 25 May 2011 11:07

Used present-day?

Used on Western Hemisphere?
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Re: 20 bits

Post by Xing » 25 May 2011 11:59

1. Is it a European Lang? No
2. Is it used in tribes? Kind of... maybe more distinctively tribal in the past.
3. Is it used today? Yes.
4a. Is it used in the Western hemisphere? If by "Western Hemisphere" is meant "the Americas", then, no (apart from perhaps a few immigrants, but this is true for a lot of languages).
4b. Is it used in the Wetsern hemisphere? If by "Western Hemisphere" is meant everything west of the Greenwhich line but east of the 180th longitude, then, yes.

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Re: 20 bits

Post by Micamo » 25 May 2011 14:40

Is it an Austronesian language?
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