|From:||Paul Bennett <paul-bennett@...>|
|Date:||Monday, December 6, 2004, 22:16|
This afternoon, during a slightly slack period at work, I jotted down some
notes of a language unlike my previous projects.
Here are my notes in full. Any thoughts, questions or suggestions?
(uh /V/ , u /U/ , ur /2/)?
Verbs of motion supplete for path instead of manner, with adverbs for
e.g. br'gar "go along", ngana "go toward", shoo ngana "walk towards",
drork ngana "stealthily approach", drork chovbr'gar "sleathily traverse a
Language is modifier-head, with some fusional agglutinative elements, and
prefixing incorporation of primary(?) objects. Check the definition of
e 2 @ o
E V O
(i I e a @) vs (a A V O @) vs (u o V O @)
It's a possibility. It's kinda hard to do uniform mappings. Maybe they're
just irregular, and that's that?.