|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, March 13, 2004, 0:13|
--- Danny Wier <dawiertx@...> wrote:
> I thought this term up just earlier, then searched
> the archives and found it
> was used recently. I'm just asking exactly what it
> means and what some
> examples here are. I think my conlang-in-progress
> just might be one.
> It seems to refer to a natlang heavily modified into
> something grotesque and
> bizzare. I like the term anyhow.
If you mean, Tech, I'd say it qualifies as a
frankenlang. Maggel and Ebisedian and Pisde would
likely be nominated by their creators. One of my
langs which I've never gone far with developing would
definitely be a frankenlang. It had only high front
vowels, but had 6 or 8 of them and all the consonants
were auditorily similar, eg. /t_S/, /t_s/, /t'S'/,
/t_C/, etc. with about 10 or fifteen voicless and an
equal number of voiced. Quite monstrous.
Indjindrud edjuebu ul Josias ad ul Jeconias ed ils sus frarris in il deporrachuni in al
Baviluña, ed debostu il deporrachuni in al Baviluña, indjindrud ul Jeconias
ad ul Salatil. Indjindrud edjuebu ul Salatiel ad ul Zorubaviu. Indjindrud
edjuebu ul Zorobaviu ad ul Abiud. Indjindrud edjuebu ul Abiud ad ul Eliacim.
Indjindrud edjuebu ul Eliacim ad ul Azor.