|From:||Quentin Read <quonton79@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, December 18, 2002, 12:37|
Here is the first thing I wrote in Ulm, the Our
Av möt har e dre tran diad.
Lin tos e uk öm räð piad.
Or uv lin mol-bar e bod.
Suk mär um lin bür e pod,
Ar go rih e ab dre tran.
Vod öm ub räð slir be knan.
Vod möt döl e ub tei foð,
Os or päl-um ngont uk koð.
Vod dre brülk öm ub tei vröm,
Vod be skos ub ka gaz öm.
Og qä að mol-bar os zär
Os kal i id uv e mär.
I found all the characters in a regular font. It took
a long time to make this rhyme especially since I had
so few words, and also I had to stretch the grammar a
little bit. It sounds a little dumb and singsongy for
a prayer but I'll make up a non-rhyming counterpart.
But it's all right. If anyone wants to know more
about it let me know.
Thanks for everyone who gave me advice; now I have a
little bit more of an idea of what to do. One thing
though; where can I find info on the IPA or whatever
phonetic alphabet you are using? Some of the
characters are not exactly selfevident and I don't
understand what sound you are talking about.
ps sorry for posting the same message twice and using
up "precious space" on the quota
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