Re: New Conlang: Terkunan
|From:||Dirk Elzinga <dirk.elzinga@...>|
|Date:||Friday, March 2, 2007, 18:03|
On 3/2/07, Henrik Theiling <theiling@...> wrote:
> I would like to announce my new romlang Terkunan [tErku'nan] or
> 'Tarragonian'. It was designed to be what I feel is an elegant
> romlang derived from Vulgar Latin. In contrast to Þrjótrunn, there is
> not one strict set of sound changes taken from another existing
> natlang, but a set compiled by my personal preferences. (Are there
> names to distinguish these two types of conlangs?)
> What do you think?
Looks nice. However, I was troubled by this line in the online
"... the derivational system of Terkunan is still productive. It works
agglutinatively, and stems never change when affixes are added."
So what happened to all of the nifty stem changes from Latin?
(scribere ~ scriptura, etc) I think it's a shame that it's gone, and
also to my mind, slightly unrealistic.
Of course, if you're indulging your preferences, then there's no
reason to include anything you don't want to ...