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Post by Khemehekis » 13 Sep 2013 22:46

Chagen, on September 13, 2013, said:
Ithkuil was not built to be spoken, it's an engelang that answers the question "how utterly compact and succint can a language get when it doesn't have to be spoken by people". The answer apparently is "pretty fuckin' succint"
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Post by Click » 24 Oct 2013 19:50

Fanael wrote:
testyal1 wrote:15 [...] titties
Odd, I expected an even number.
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Quotes: Things CBBers said that CBBers should remember.

Post by eldin raigmore » 20 Jun 2014 17:20

Things CBBers said that at least one other CBBer thinks CBBers should remember.

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Post by eldin raigmore » 20 Jun 2014 17:22

Ahzoh wrote:The most important thing however is proving my point.
(Not because it's typical of Ahzoh; rather, it's typical of people in general, but Ahzoh was willing to write it down explicitly, at least in that one thread.)

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Post by Ahzoh » 20 Jun 2014 22:27

eldin raigmore wrote:
Ahzoh wrote:The most important thing however is proving my point.
(Not because it's typical of Ahzoh; rather, it's typical of people in general, but Ahzoh was willing to write it down explicitly, at least in that one thread.)
Only if you take it out of context...
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Re: Quotes: Things CBBers said that CBBers should remember.

Post by eldin raigmore » 20 Jun 2014 23:13

Ahzoh wrote:
eldin raigmore wrote:
Ahzoh wrote:The most important thing however is proving my point.
(Not because it's typical of Ahzoh; rather, it's typical of people in general, but Ahzoh was willing to write it down explicitly, at least in that one thread.)
Only if you take it out of context...
What you think I have said what not what I meant when I said them...
Well, yes; I considered adding "out of context" to the thread title, but there wasn't room.
It's funnier out of context.
I might somewhat dispute your claim that there isn't more overlap than difference between what you meant to say and what the out-of-context quote means. But whatever.

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Post by Zontas » 26 Jun 2014 22:28

We gonna put quotes here again?
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Post by DesEsseintes » 07 Oct 2014 12:44

Oct 7, 2014
XXXVII wrote:I measure my posts in a unit I call eldins. Most of my posts are about 0.2 eld.

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Post by thaen » 07 Oct 2014 18:14

[xD] I laugh every time I see it...probably because it is remarkably true...
Thakowsaizmu about one of my nooblangs wrote:I honestly think I hate everything about that.
[xD] [xD]
It was really bad! [:'(]
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Re: Famous CBB Quotes Thread

Post by Khemehekis » 22 Jan 2015 23:31

qwed117 wrote:
Skógvur wrote:maybe you can make it work by analysing people's feelings as a system
I tried, the person right next to me told me I was wasting my time making a useless flowchart. [:'(]
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Post by Thakowsaizmu » 23 Jan 2015 22:43

thaen wrote:[xD] I laugh every time I see it...probably because it is remarkably true...
Thakowsaizmu about one of my nooblangs wrote:I honestly think I hate everything about that.
[xD] [xD]
It was really bad! [:'(]
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Post by Iyionaku » 25 Jan 2015 12:37

Xing wrote:
Squall wrote:It is pronounced /'zwərə/. It came from a non-phonetic language. [}:D]
So, that's the phonemic structure. How is it realised phonetically? I propose it be realised [skwɔːɫ]

1) /z/ is devoiced word-initially.
2) /w/ is strengthened to /kw/ between and a vowel.
3) /ə/ is realised as /ɔː/ in a stressed syllable after [w].
4) /r/ is lateralised and velarised after /ɔː/.
5) Word-final /ə/ is dropped.

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Post by Creyeditor » 27 Feb 2015 13:53

thaen wrote:I'm no expert on the multiverse theory, but if it works like i think it does, then somewhere out in the infinity of universes, there is a culture of people you have described here, speaking languages you have described here. So that means there is no "conlanguage" or "conculture," only languages and cultures that our subconscious mind "picks up on" from other alternate universes, and we interpret it as creation. That may not have come across clearly, but it's pretty deep, IMO. Somewhere someone was born into the Mithara culture, speaking Mithara. Someone else, Siwa. Ithkuil. Project Steppe. Fearyan. Pazmat. Somewhere someone is spinning a katana-shotgun bow staff that rips open reality. And we get to witness it. Know it all intimately. We are Oracles. Seers. We are Conlangers.
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Post by Prinsessa » 12 Mar 2015 12:23

Xonen wrote:
qwed117 wrote:
Ahzoh wrote:
thaen wrote: Is this real life? [O.o]
Is this just fantasy?
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Post by eldin raigmore » 18 Mar 2015 03:40

thaen wrote:
loglorn wrote:i feel you're pain
I'm not sure if your joking...I don't intend too hurt you're feelings by pointing that out. It just rised a question for me. It almost raised off the screen. I'm running out of things too say. I guess I'm to tired, so I will go two bed.

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Post by qwed117 » 22 Mar 2015 01:38

Aszev wrote:Balls I'm probably gonna get Jankoed.
I was...discovering in the Teach+Share forum.
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Post by Birdlang » 22 Mar 2015 19:32

qwed117 wrote:
Aszev wrote:Balls I'm probably gonna get Jankoed.
I was...discovering in the Teach+Share forum.
ASZEV GETTING JANKOED??? I feel kinda sorry for Aszev for almost being Jankoed.
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Post by Birdlang » 22 Mar 2015 19:47

Golahet wrote in 2010.
Generate ten phoneme inventories. Those ten inventories are the inventories of the ten most widely spoken languages in a conworld. Now, how would an ideal auxlang's inventory look like for that conworld?
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Re: Famous CBB Quotes Thread

Post by Khemehekis » 03 Apr 2015 04:25

elemtilas wrote:
Khemehekis wrote:What changes have you seen in conlanging between now and the time you first started participating in the online conlanging community?
A very interesting question indeed! I'm sure the greatest change of all, since I first ventured into Faerie in the first place, is that there is now actually such a community! When I started, there was only Void. If there was anyone else out there, I had no knowledge of their work or even their existence. Then some brave souls called into existence the Conlang List (back in 1991), though I wouldn't hear about it for many years yet. Even when I did learn about it, I was very hesitant to join such a forum -- for me this is still very much a secret vice. Even now, it is something I never speak of to even friends and family. And even here in this place of wonders, I tend to reserve more than I reveal.

And then some most curious thing happened -- the cosmic egg cracked open, spilling its glossopoetic goo all over the Void...

In a span of 20 years, we've gone from nothing to everything... Anymore we've got a veritable proliferation of options, from traditional email lists to forums like this to blogs to Youtube and social media outlets. Conlanging is definitely out in the open now, it's in the public consciousness in a way that was never true before, even though many people were aware that Tolkien had invented some languages. It is becoming recognised as the art it is. The younger generations getting started the last five years or so, in my opinion, simply have no concept of what "secret vice" truly entails. Everywhere a budding conlanger turns, she's got LotR here, Star Trek there, Game of Thrones and Avatar over yonder -- and those are just the big budget conlangs that everyone knows about! Anymore they've got how-to books teaching methodologies for making languages and worlds -- things completely out of my early experience! I had a big dictionary that had a chart of different kinds of ancient alphabets; I had On Beyond Zebra; I had the appendices in LotR -- not much to go on! Anymore they've got classes on conlanging in universities! They've got Youtube tutorials! Heck, they've even got a jobs board for the keen conlanger to try her hand at the Work on a professional level! Truly the oyster is the modern conlangers' world! There is simply a smorgasbord of community and a glut of material out there for the interested conlanger to peruse. And, of course, there are plenty of places to showcase all that creativity!

So, yeah, the biggest change of all, I think, is the death of the Secret Vice, and I don't bemoan my generation being the last, really, to come up alone, without community. For, rising from its ashes is the new Open Source Glossopoesy.
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Post by Ànradh » 08 Apr 2015 06:18

DesEsseintes wrote:
eldin raigmore wrote:
Ahzoh wrote:I was inspired by the also long Galbatorix of Eragon...
Clearly, a Galbatorix is a female Galbator.
Clearly, a Galbator is one who Galbates.
What "Galb" means, and what "to Galbate" means, I have no idea.
A female Galbator would clearly be a Galbatrix. No o there.

Tut-tut, eldin. Seems you have to hit those Latin books again... :roll:
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