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Chervian language - Cerviņe talpe

Post by Artaxes » 24 Feb 2018 17:40

Grammar and Word formation

Pater noster

Thâva nasa, ka irsi en danghur,
rasu Tvâyu a çi hwantçi;
teodâtu Tvâyu a gam;
duve Tvâyu a ir, so en danghur sat î en haomer.
Laebas nasas kajinîtas a eadçi mem jinasâ
î a vîden maim nasei vîkhei so î mai nasam vîkharam vîdenâmi.
Î on loukhus nas a leget,
vâ zaevat nas a vîprai.
Bha Tvâyu ir teodâtu î varda, î łave on veikas.
Amen.

Yunî î phersî (Sheep and horses)

On vatur, yunî bez phâlus phersîtâi jidlata; âikî verkus bagus vergla, kuârî baoru koçu, î sangrî mangas bhaeto bagla. Yunî do phersîis tkeilata: "Khartu mem pal, kava jidâyo va manga phersîim patru yaok." Phersî odâtkeilata: "A nîh łak, yunî, khartui nasai palâi, kava jidâmi, kat manga, korya, tvâyus phâlus on phâluces ar çim opper. Î yunî bez phâlus." Łakço sâ, yunî trâ yormâtus rengla.

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Re: Chervian language - Cerviņe talpe

Post by Void » 25 Feb 2018 00:19

This looks really great, and frankly, I'm slightly jealous. It's very Indo-European-ish, but esoteric at the same time.

I'd love to hear this though.
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Re: Chervian language - Cerviņe talpe

Post by TallaFerroXIV » 25 Feb 2018 09:08

Took a look at the grammar and was blown away!
Great stuff and well worked out!

Is this an actual posteriori from PIE? If so, I'd love to see the diachronics on.how it got there.
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