Re: Amerindia [was: Re: Workshops Review #7]
|From:||Rob Nierse <rnierse@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 6, 2003, 8:22|
Mike Karapcik wrote:
<<The conlang I'm working on is also an Amerind conlang.>>
Daniel Andreasson wrote:
<<I'm working on a Native American conlang right now, so I would
be very interested in such a list, if there are some more ppl
interested as well.>>
Dirk Elzinga wrote:
<<It seems that there's at least three of us. Miapimoquitch is also an
language, formerly spoken in the Four-Corners region.>>
Eamon Graham wrote:
<<I think there's probably a lot of interest in such a group and
Native American languages are certainly very inspiring (I have an
"isolate language" that borrowed the Navajo fourth person). I would
certainly find it interesting. I don't have any native American
languages right now, but I have ideas for two that might come to
fruition in the future.>>
<<Ok, guys, I'm impressed!
1. Count me in the game too.
2. I'm in the same situation as Eamon.
3. Who's gonna moderate the thing?
4. Let me know as soon as it's ready so that I could include it into the
And I'm doing a conlang that's very much creolised, based on Amerindian languages
like Chinook Jargon and Náhuatl and having influences from other Amerindian
languages like Quichua, Kiowa, Lokono Arawak and (the only non-Amerindian lang)
So this language can be discussed on both CreoleConlang and AmerindianConlang :)).