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Rhean (Was: Re: A small taste)

From:Elliott Lash <al260@...>
Date:Thursday, November 7, 2002, 21:36
nihilsum@HOTMAIL.COM writes:

> > Barry Garcia wrote: > > >Of how Saalangal affixes look in use. Surprisingly from one root i got a > >good amount of subsequent nouns. This is a small taste, a petit fours of > >Saalangal, if you will :) > > I can get almost all of these from one root in Rhean. All exsiting words, or > compounds of existing roots. > > >iwári - harvest > > hasadak (verb) > hasad (noun) > > >iwariray - place of harvest, an agricultural field > > hasadukhaz (but more likely |pola|) > > >iwaritagad - instrument of harvest (traditionally the rice harvesting > >knife) > > hasadutvo >
[snipping much of everything] Rhean has a yummy Slavic taste to it, I haven't been following things as closely as I'd like on Conlang lately...but..Could you explain where Rhean comes from? (Influences, History, etc.?) Elliott Lash