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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Xing » 30 Jan 2014 21:11

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Sangfroidish » 30 Jan 2014 21:33

Toi myhrsa eidänären tenem orchat?
[toj ˈmyʀ̥sɑ ˈejðänˌæren ˈtenem ˈor̥xɑt]
Q.ACC ant be-3.FEM.NPST-COND do.NMLZ-LOC tree-LOC
What would an ant be doing in a tree?

Myhrsat darynä merchydwm.
[ˈmyʀ̥sɑt ˈðɑrʉˌnæ ˈmer̥xʉˌðʊm]
ant-PL inhabit-3.FEM.NPST burrow-LOC.PL
Ants live in burrows.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Xing » 30 Jan 2014 21:43

Taima ta mile o kaurungure e pokuneku.
It's a dish of mince and noodles.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by ol bofosh » 30 Jan 2014 22:09

Dairz'lo''vam''sdatlivinoawddedtreez.
Many ants can live in old, dead trees.

'ninoawdtreez,ants'gavrindairgrubb.
Even in live trees, ants can be found collecting their food.

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Post by Xing » 30 Jan 2014 22:21

Kulla a mai «mike i nakke» o bule e lapikuika e bwairu.
I make my «ants in tree» with tomato, scallion and garlic.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Sangfroidish » 30 Jan 2014 22:22

Ilditäs iäu oagiwsysc orchwn aimag.
[ˈilðɨˌdæs jæw ˈoːʌˌʝʊsysk ˈor̥xʊn ˈɑjmɒɣ]
plant.ACC.PL-ACC.PL big wood-SEMBL tree-PL be-3.NEUT.NPST
Trees are big, woody plants.

Myhrsat suhrwemmes fathciw aimanä.
[ˈmyʀ̥sɑt ˈsuʀ̥wɛmːˌes fɑθcʊ ˈɑjmʌˌnæ]
ant-PL creepy.crawlie-PL.ACC small.DIM be-3.FEM.NPST
Ants are tiny bugs.

Oginä pänás essäta ente.
[ˈøɣinæ päˈnɑs ˈesːäˌdɑ ˈende]
NEG-3.FEM.NPST food-ACC thing-PL.DEF two
Neither is food.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Xing » 30 Jan 2014 22:31

Taima mile:
This is food:

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Prinsessa » 30 Jan 2014 23:06

Vatǫ̇zıṣt.
w<A><Ø>Ø-tun-aH-s-ṣt
It is not food.
consume<NEUT><VL>-POT-3-PASS-NEG
[ˈʋɑd̠̥ɔ̃ːz̻ɯ̤ʂʈ]

Vitǫ̇s ȧh.
w<i><Ø>Ø-tun-aH-s a~a-aH
This is food.
consume<PROX><VL>-POT>-3-PASS EMPH~AUX-3
[ˈʋiːd̠̥ɔ̃ːz̻ ˈɑːħ]

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Sangfroidish » 30 Jan 2014 23:54

Enwst "sting" äulä se? Aiman stingws älla!
[ˈenʊst ˈæwlæ ej se ˈɑjmɑn ˈstiŋʊs ˈælːɑ]
name-2.NPST knife DEM.ACC 2s be-3.NPST knife-ACC DEM
Call that a knife? This is a knife!

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Corphishy » 31 Jan 2014 00:32

Sangfroidish wrote:Enwst "sting" äulä se? Aiman stingws älla!
[ˈenʊst ˈæwlæ ej se ˈɑjmɑn ˈstiŋʊs ˈælːɑ]
name-2.NPST knife DEM.ACC 2s be-3.NPST knife-ACC DEM
Call that a knife? This is a knife!
Vom use linsi.
think 1.s no-SNG.ACC
"I think not."
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Ahzoh » 31 Jan 2014 01:10

Corphishy wrote:
Sangfroidish wrote:Enwst "sting" äulä se? Aiman stingws älla!
[ˈenʊst ˈæwlæ ej se ˈɑjmɑn ˈstiŋʊs ˈælːɑ]
name-2.NPST knife DEM.ACC 2s be-3.NPST knife-ACC DEM
Call that a knife? This is a knife!
Vom use linsi.
think 1.s no-SNG.ACC
"I think not."
Ḵīm hadīr ḵēgod nēyīd?
Ḵīm ḵolgīd nēyīd?
you do not think?
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Corphishy » 31 Jan 2014 01:21

Ahzoh wrote: Ḵīm hadīr ḵēgod nēyīd?
Ḵīm ḵolgīd nēyīd?
you do not think?
Lins. Se ais "Vom il use."
no| be DIST "think NEG 1.s"
"No. that would be 'Vom il use.'"
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lambuzhao » 31 Jan 2014 02:29

ol bofosh wrote:Dairz'lo''vam''sdatlivinoawddedtreez.
Many ants can live in old, dead trees.

'ninoawdtreez,ants'gavrindairgrubb.
Even in live trees, ants can be found collecting their food.

früger ðös Eant öp yesse Trene klûmban
Enjoy-PRS DEF.F.NOM.PL ant<PL> DEF.N.OBJ.PL tree<PL>OBJ climb<INF>
Ants love to climb trees.

erin Rodel spenght, cweððen Vœr
be-PRS.3PL few entice-PST.PTCP | say<SBJV> INDEF.ANIM
Some are addicted, you could say.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news ... mutualism/

hœœven, erin yös Tren geipfïllt yeßes Bjires.
Anyhow, trees are full of borrows.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lambuzhao » 31 Jan 2014 11:25

Sangfroidish wrote:Enwst "sting" äulä se? Aiman stingws älla!
[ˈenʊst ˈæwlæ ej se ˈɑjmɑn ˈstiŋʊs ˈælːɑ]
name-2.NPST knife DEM.ACC 2s be-3.NPST knife-ACC DEM
Call that a knife? This is a knife!
Ent is þüc uon Knjarkr!
And this is a knork!

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/lifea ... OB1028.jpg

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lao Kou » 31 Jan 2014 15:42

Lambuzhao wrote:Ent is þüc uon Knjarkr!
And this is a knork!

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/exhibition/lifea ... OB1028.jpg
Fí la vü knordsüt swö paçíen.
[fi ˈla vy ˈknoɾdsyt ˈswø paˈɕjɛn]
1SG-NOM.NEG AUX.PRES DEF.NEG knork-ACC.NEG ADV understand
I'm afraid I don't understand the knork.

Chau ours zhö chau zdörs la chü thrinöks fnazhek haunöi sho, che helkeths la, gü seth lav sa altensat söi shetsöin, öre sanat ba chafaz, cheveçö hetadin sho, höbökh?
[tʃɔ ˈaʊɾs ʒø tʃɔ ˈzdøɾs la tʃy ˈθɾɪnøks ˈfnaʒɛk hɔˈnøj ʃo, tʃɛ ˈhɛlkɛθs la, gy sɛθ ˈlav sa alˈtɛ̃sat søj ˈʃɛtsøjn, ˈøɾɛ ˈsanat ba ˈtʃafaz, ˌtʃɛvɛˈçø ˌhɛtaˈdɪn ʃo, høˈbøx]
DEF fork-NOM and DEF knife-NOM AUX.PRES DEF utensil-NOM same-NOM be-SPEC PTCL, DEF that-NOM AUX.PRES, CONJ 3SG-NOM AUX.PRES.IMPERS INDEF meat-ACC INDEF piece-INSTR, in.order.to 3SG-ACC PTCL cut, how hold.down-CONCL PTCL, be.that-INTERR
How do you hold down a piece of meat to cut it if the fork and the knife are the same utensil?
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Corphishy » 31 Jan 2014 21:36

Lao Kou wrote: Chau ours zhö chau zdörs la chü thrinöks fnazhek haunöi sho, che helkeths la, gü seth lav sa altensat söi shetsöin, öre sanat ba chafaz, chelöi hetadin sho, höbökh?
[tʃɔ ˈaʊɾs ʒø tʃɔ ˈzdøɾs la tʃy ˈθɾɪnøks ˈfnaʒɛk hɔˈnøj ʃo, tʃɛ ˈhɛlkɛθs la, gy sɛθ ˈlav sa alˈtɛ̃sat søj ˈʃɛtsøjn, ˈøɾɛ ˈsanat ba ˈtʃafaz, tʃɛˈløj ˌhɛtaˈdɪn ʃo, høˈbøx]
DEF fork-NOM and DEF knife-NOM AUX.PRES DEF utensil-NOM same-NOM be-SPEC PTCL, DEF that-NOM AUX.PRES, CONJ 3SG-NOM AUX.PRES.IMPERS INDEF meat-ACC INDEF piece-INSTR, in.order.to 3SG-ACC PTCL cut, how hold.down-CONCL PTCL, be.that-INTERR
How do you hold down a piece of meat to cut it if the fork and the knife are the same utensil?
Lun aú ron tos.
use INT 2.s 25
"Use two?"
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Ean » 01 Feb 2014 21:29

Ταλβόλτα κέρεσαι η ύζελδο δίγιτο σει.
Talvolta cérese i ýzeldo díyito si.
Maybe they want you to use your finger.

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Post by Fleur » 01 Feb 2014 23:32

Ǥaxa dačči ŋaššazi!
Q-C-also-C small-C-part-O GEN-C-different-C-person-Z
/ɣaxa datʃ:i ŋaʃ:azi/
Or someone else's finger!

C = concept; O = object; V = verb/action

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Post by Sangfroidish » 01 Feb 2014 23:55

Limeanciöm ech fahleläin ei hen.
[ˈlimɛːˌɑnɟøm ex ˈfɑl̥ɛˌlæjn ej hen]
adhere-3s.NPST-NEC REFL.DAT plate-DEF.LOC 3s.NEUT.ACC one
You have to glue it to your plate.

En, te Ross Noble-äs hen aiman, ech göhsiamä.
[en te rɑs ˈnowbəˌlæs hen ˈɑjmɑn ex ˈɣøhʃʌˌmæ]
or if Ross Noble-ACC one be-3.NPST REFL.DAT face.DEF.LOC-DEF.LOC
Or, if you're Ross Noble, to your face.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lao Kou » 02 Feb 2014 02:25

Corphishy wrote:
Lao Kou wrote: Chau ours zhö chau zdörs la chü thrinöks fnazhek haunöi sho, che helkeths la, gü seth lav sa altensat söi shetsöin, öre sanat ba chafaz, cheveçö hetadin sho, höbökh?
How do you hold down a piece of meat to cut it if the fork and the knife are the same utensil?
Lun aú ron tos.
"Use two?"
Seth lav sül knorksüm sau oursaub zhö sau zdörsaub sfen ba hin haudaikh sho, che helkeths la, gü seth lav sü thrinöksüt pungevasíreküt chelöi hekfakh sho, höbökh?
[sɛθ ˈlav syl ˈknoɾksym sɔ ˈaʊɾsɔb ʒø sɔ ˈzdøɾsɔb ˌsfɛn ba ˈhɪn hɔˈdajx ʃo, tʃɛ ˈhɛlkɛθs la, gy sɛθ ˈlav sy θɾɪˈnøksyt ˌpuŋɛˌvasiˈɾɛkyt tʃɛˈløj hɛˈkfakh ʃo, høˈbøx]
3SG-NOM AUX.PRES.IMPERS INDEF.DUAL knork-ACC.DUAL INDEF fork-POST and INDEF knife-POST as PTCL use have.to-SPEC PTCL, DEF that-NOM AUX.PRES, CONJ 3SG-NOM AUX.PRES.IMPERS INDEF utensil-ACC two.in.one-ACC why need-CONCL PTCL, be.that-INTERR
If you have to use two knorks as a knife and fork, why do you need a two-in-one utensil?
Ean wrote:Ταλβόλτα κέρεσαι η ύζελδο δίγιτο σει.
Maybe they want you to use your finger.
Fleur wrote:Ǥaxa dačči ŋaššazi!
Or someone else's finger!
Sangfroidish wrote:Limeanciöm ech fahleläin ei hen.
You have to glue it to your plate.

En, te Ross Noble-äs hen aiman, ech göhsiamä.
Or, if you're Ross Noble, to your face.
De gnéthü seth lav, gü vü knords lat vau vangkethalömsaub jíntechemaub ktu höibin sho, ba ngamath hauhakraikh.
[dɛ ˈgneθy ˈsɛθ lav, gy vy ˈknoɾds lat vɔ ˌvaŋkɛθaˈlømsɔb ˌdʒintɛˈtʃɛmɔb ˌktu højˈbɪn ʃo, ba ˈŋamaθ ˌhɔhaˈkɾajx]
so perhaps 3SG-NOM AUX.PRES.IMPERS, CONJ DEF.NEG knork-NOM.NEG AUX.PRES.PASS DEF.NEG dining-POST.NEG elegant-POST.NEG during use-DISC PTCL, PTCL say be.permitted-SPEC
Perhaps we can say, then, that the knork is not used in fine dining.
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