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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Täzari » 22 Aug 2014 10:17

Hvär lözusöteli seknujajeś, ekelbada ärnæ bipulet. Ne hvadakætzujajeś bilśeka mebbada! [;)]
[rel.pron. lözusöteli-NOMsg speak.pres.-PASS-3sg, orange-NOMpl-DET be3pl-NEG common-NOMpl. avv. prefer.pres.-PASS-3sg, count.infin. berry-ACCpl-DET]

Where Lözusöteli is spoken oranges are not common. There they prefer to count berries!
Native: :ita: - Proficient: :eng: :jpn: - Learning: :ain: :rus: Nivkh - Some notions of: Sanskrit, :dan: :isl: :lat: - Conlang: :con: Lözusöteli

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by clawgrip » 23 Aug 2014 17:15

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Nadutay whe whirwa nhun eruun-yumu per kuwasdarey barey upurmu-san?
Is there anyone who is interested in learning about Naduta?

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Duool beym lian jong pngom Himmaswa deu?
Do you want to learn about Himmaswa?

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Twarng ork kangwau doy huoo kleh'ut cheung yoan kangmua jer dang chai.
I haven't made threads here yet, but if you would like me to I will do it.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Dormouse559 » 24 Aug 2014 01:00

Te vèi-ess c'ens andass?
[tə ˈvaɪ̯ ˈɛs kəns anˈdas]
Do you even need to ask?

Bien scur ca vorrêns meglor cagnustre li naduta et himmaswa.
[ˈbin ˈskoɾ ka vɔˈrɛns mɛˈɪ̯ɔɾ kaˈɲostɾə lɪ naˈdota ɛ‿ɾɪmˈmasʊ̯a]
Of course we'd like to learn about Naduta and Himmaswa.
[:D]

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lambuzhao » 25 Aug 2014 02:42

clawgrip wrote:Image
Nadutay whe whirwa nhun eruun-yumu per kuwasdarey barey upurmu-san?
Is there anyone who is interested in learning about Naduta?

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Duool beym lian jong pngom Himmaswa deu?
Do you want to learn about Himmaswa?

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Twarng ork kangwau doy huoo kleh'ut cheung yoan kangmua jer dang chai.
I haven't made threads here yet, but if you would like me to I will do it.

Logeuuga yang beym lian jong huoo pngom Himmaswa nek Naduta lokhuoo?
INDEF.ANIM EMPH learn want NEG language <Himmaswa> CNJ <Naduta> Q-NEG
Who doesn't want to learn Himmaswa and Naduta?

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by shimobaatar » 25 Aug 2014 02:46

Lambuzhao wrote:
clawgrip wrote:Image
Nadutay whe whirwa nhun eruun-yumu per kuwasdarey barey upurmu-san?
Is there anyone who is interested in learning about Naduta?

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Duool beym lian jong pngom Himmaswa deu?
Do you want to learn about Himmaswa?

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Twarng ork kangwau doy huoo kleh'ut cheung yoan kangmua jer dang chai.
I haven't made threads here yet, but if you would like me to I will do it.

Logeuuga yang beym lian jong huoo pngom Himmaswa nek Naduta lokhuoo?
INDEF.ANIM EMPH learn want NEG language <Himmaswa> CNJ <Naduta> Q-NEG
Who doesn't want to learn Himmaswa and Naduta?
[+1] I look forward to hearing more about them.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by taylorS » 26 Aug 2014 06:44

Alatxut zitze hraf, paz jouma. Anibanc ixi aroilac ongeuvajar. [O.O]
[laˈtʃut θiˈtse xraf pað dʒɔuˈma niˈɓaŋk iʃi rɔiˈlak oŋgɛuvaˈdʒar]

a-lac-xut zitze hraf paz jouma
3SG-COP-here cold very this night
"It is here very cold, tonight."

a-n-ibanc ixi a-roi-lac ongeuvajar
3SG.NOM-1SG.ACC-touch as.if 3SG-SUBJ-COP autumn
"It touches me as if it were Fall"

It's very cold here, tonight. It feels like Fall.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lao Kou » 26 Aug 2014 07:45

taylorS wrote:Alatxut zitze hraf, paz jouma. Anibanc ixi aroilac ongeuvajar. [O.O]
It's very cold here, tonight. It feels like Fall.
Sí la sau vöthalörsaut chau neskersauv síníe ba lomazhdazh zçefüth.
[si ˌla sɔ ˌvøθaˈløɾsɔt tʃɔ nɛˈskɛɾsɔv ˈsinjɛ ba ˌlomaˈʒdaʒ ʑɛˈfyθ]
1SG-NOM AUX.PRES INDEF autumn.portents-ACC DEF sky-LOC myself-ADV PTCL up.look.for find.oneself
I myself find myself looking skyward for portents of autumn.
道可道,非常道
名可名,非常名

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lambuzhao » 26 Aug 2014 21:33

Šučieʕūyusvæθiti zorhreloneš
Tail.grain<PL>COLL.NOM CAUS-gold<INCHOAT>PRS.3PL
The ears of millet grow golden

ʔōyusvæθiti kneobθičolman zorkelwoneš
Fruit<PL>COLL.NOM blood.twig-GEN CAUS-red<INCHOAT>PRS.3PL
The berries of Dogwood blush

Sa Satrēqedum to ʔunit qeqšonek;
CNJ cold<NMLZ> DEF.NOM.SG little<SUPER> fill<INCHOAT>PRS.3SG
But the Coldness has ceased;

ča čeχr tovir toin ʔōŋχin kešruek.
CNJ year-NOM.SG new DEF.GEN.PL < Ānkhian >GEN.PL open-PRS.3SG
the Ānkhian New Year begins

ʔaisa ʕeuvger tovru to vasal χores.
CNJ=CNJ ADV<COMPAR> new<ADVZ> DEF.NOM.SG hot<NMLZ>NOM come<PROX>PRS.3SG
Yet again we shall have Indian Summer instead.
Spoiler:
Not a fan of Indian Summer at all - burns the heck out of otherwise beautiful Fall foliage; but it looks like we're getting it this year.
Spoiler:
I used to have 3 seasons on Tirga: Pleni (late Spring + Summer) , Lesser Hustniçe (Early Autumn) Quinqox (Late Autumn + Winter) and Greater Hustniçe (Early Spring).
The Hustniçe was, to the Tirgan folk, the same basic "fresh, cool, intercalary season of change" whether before or after Pleni.

Lately, in my own real-world micro-clime, there has been this increasing trend. I do not know whether to chalk it up to global warming or not. Nonetheless, we have been experiencing a kind of "donut-hole" in a good chunk of July, wherein the weather is unseasonably cool. July is traditionally a month of increasing heat and explosive, long torrential downpours, but with HEAT, traditionally. Over the past few years, there seems to be a steadying Indian Summer anchoring into the calendar. In previous years, Indian Summer may occur, as a continuation of August's "dog days" of miserable hazy, hot and humid (but chiefly rainless) weather, or else evaporate into a strong & precocious Autumn frost. At any rate, I am toying with the idea of making these weird recent "mini-seasons" a part of maybe a (Hindu-like) 6 seasonal calendar for (at least part of) my Conworld Tirga (?) :wat:

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Ethanxman » 06 Sep 2014 01:00

Ku Clawgrip.
NAME.ACC clawgrip
To Clawgrip.

La mu pikt oc qui Himmaswa kit o?
You.NOM us.DAT picture.ACC exchange.QUESTION NAME.ACC Himmaswa writing, pen.ACC o.QUESTION
Can you show us a picture of written Himmaswa characters?
:eng: [tick] | :esp: :zho: [:)] | :jpn: :fra: :abw: [:|]

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Iyionaku » 12 Sep 2014 19:21

Hâgo CBB! D'i be deu "noschweren" prak. I haen dol nä dam ud i âetil dur a passprak, d'il bien Sound Change Applier us dem deušk atwickelen hav. Âgadigs gefälen bir d'Reultaen üverraed guen, daha hav il besho a prak darus šu gealen. Wi fideen ihr i?

Hello CBB. DEM-be-3PS.SG 1PS.SG.POSS new konstructed-FEM language. 3PS.SG.FEM have-3PS.SG yet no-FEM name and be-3PS.SG actually just a-FEM funlang-ACC, that 1PS.SG with Sound Change Applier outof ART.MASC.DAT german-DAT develop-PART.PERF have-2PS.SG. However like-1PS.SG 1PS.SG-DAT NEUT-result surprising-GER good, so have-1PS.SG 1PS.SG decide-PART.PERF a-FEM language outofthat to make-INF. How find-2PS.PL 2PS.PL 3PS.SG.FEM

Hi there CBB! This is my new "constructed" language. It doesn't have a name yet and was actually just a funlang, which I developed out of German with Sound Change Applier. However, I like the result so much that I decided to make a language out of it. What do you think about it?

Grammar is just a relex of German, but I want to develop some own features.
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Creyeditor » 13 Sep 2014 21:17

Schlämt sör.
[ʃlɛmt søɐ̯]
safe afternoon
Good afternoon.

Ine edälenje behase lütsche.
[iːnə ədalnjə bəhasə lytʃə]
DEM COP.3 language joke
This is a jokelang.

Äpeke käm biseme täu begemäne sei behatke ine?
[ɛpəkə kɛm bisəmə toʏ̯ bəgəmɛnə zaɪ̯ bəhatkə inə]
Q 2.SG can.2 know how 1.SG make.1 DEM
Can you guess where it came from?
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Keenir » 14 Sep 2014 09:35

taylorS wrote:Yèsbi khwèž éf yidèn dá' deyhàfàm mèy łábùrd dmèy tsák. [O.O] [xD] [:P]
[ˈjespi kʍeʒ efˈjesten datːejˈçafam mejˈɫabət tmejˈtsakʰ]
yès-bi khwèž éf=yès-dèn dey-hàf-àm mèy=łábùrd d=mèy=tsák
2PL-COP crazy if=2PL-think SUB=3PL-have-3PL PL=leopard ACC=PL=tusk
You guys are crazy if you think leopards have tusks.
Sus nledannislee lepadr a
sus nle.dan:.is.lee le.pa.dr a
sus nle-dannis-lee lepad-r a
Q NEG-tusk-dual leopard-PL (end of Noun Phrase)

Tuskless leopards??

dittanlink, berramn hadd danniskur a, lepadr getaskipr
dit:.an.link ber:.am: had: dan:.is.kur a le.padr ge.ta.ski.pr
dittan-link berramn hadd dannis-kur a lepad-r geta-skip-r
of-lynx {cats}, longer POSS tusk-teeth {canines} {end.NP}, leopard-PL {the aforementioned}-spoken.of*-PL

It is known leopards have the longest canines of all cats. {second only to smilodon&friends, but that's beside the point}

* = more scholarly than conversational speech.
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by DesEsseintes » 26 Sep 2014 03:42

Híní Dánıdoo.
This is Dánıdoo.

Gııt ónín.
I like it.

Kaánín.
That's nice.

[:)]

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Xing » 27 Sep 2014 20:05

Me yate a mai tii.
I'm drinking tea.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Iyionaku » 27 Sep 2014 20:35

Utseech / Yelian

De i ava öch. / Pin, vat lenbit.
[dɘ ʔi ʔava 'ʔœç] / [pi:n va'lenbɪt]
DEM be-3PS.SG but nice / So DEM nice-be-3PS.SG
Well, thats nice.

Was ha du dejn for âech et gechûkech? / Avit rasa o'resif on'elan sa yipurei?
[was ha du: deʲn fʊr ɑʔɘç e:t gɘ'xuʵkʰeç] / ['avɪt 'rasa o'rɛsɪfɔn'elansaʃ'pu:re͜ɪ ]
what have-2PS.SG 2PS.SG PART for INDEF tea drink-PART / which kind of'water of'plant-PL 2PS.SG PST-drink-2PS.SG
What kind of tea did you drink?

Il paöjlil bevoršuch angadijgs naffe. / Re tun poured, re losareyai u'garesif.
[ɪl pʰaʔœʲlɪl bɘvo:rʃux aŋadiʲks nafɘ] / [retun'pu:red re lɔza'reʃai uga'rɛsif.]
1PS.SG personal prefer-1PS.SG indeed coffee / 1PS.SG formyown indeed 1PS.SG better-do-1PS.SG INAN'coffee
I prefer coffee, indeed.
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by DesEsseintes » 27 Sep 2014 21:00

Gááhwé ínín.
Coffee is good.

Gíʼééna.
I'm lying down.

Níísh gínóoyee.
I'm thinking.

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Khemehekis » 28 Sep 2014 01:15

Creyeditor wrote:Schlämt sör.
[ʃlɛmt søɐ̯]
safe afternoon
Good afternoon.

Ine edälenje behase lütsche.
[iːnə ədalnjə bəhasə lytʃə]
DEM COP.3 language joke
This is a jokelang.

Äpeke käm biseme täu begemäne sei behatke ine?
[ɛpəkə kɛm bisəmə toʏ̯ bəgəmɛnə zaɪ̯ bəhatkə inə]
Q 2.SG can.2 know how 1.SG make.1 DEM
Can you guess where it came from?
Is anas nos dideyiss.
1sg have-PRS no idea
I have no idea.

Mahan wan as Doitshlandold?
do? 3sg PRS Germany-ic
Is it Germanic?
♂♥♂♀

Squirrels chase koi . . . chase squirrels

My Kankonian-English dictionary: 60,137 words and counting

31,416: The number of the conlanging beast!

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Arveyres » 28 Sep 2014 02:13

DesEsseintes wrote:Gááhwé ínín.
Coffee is good.
Iei, lă cafă esc muită buonă.
Yes, coffee is good.

Cuestă cafă esc tină favorită?
What coffee is your favorite?

Lă mină esc lă cafă colombiană.
Mine is Colombian coffee.
:fra: 6 // :eng: 5 // :ita: :ron: :roh: :con: 3 // :deu: :ind: :pol: 2-1

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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Lambuzhao » 28 Sep 2014 13:02

Lă mină favorită esc lă Cafă Munduî.
My fave is Café du Monde.
Spoiler:
I hope I got the possessive right.
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Re: Conlang Conversation Thread

Post by Arveyres » 28 Sep 2014 17:32

Lambuzhao wrote:Lă mină favorită esc lă Cafă Munduî.
My fave is Café du Monde.
Spoiler:
I hope I got the possessive right.
http://ii.worldmarket.com/fcgi-bin/iips ... 0&cvt=jpeg
Ăi, um otră parlaror de Arverese!
Wow, another speaker of Arveyran!

Mâ lă linguă nunc â umă casă possessiuă.
But the language doesn't have a possessive case.

Oă usâ 'de'.
One uses 'de'.
:fra: 6 // :eng: 5 // :ita: :ron: :roh: :con: 3 // :deu: :ind: :pol: 2-1

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