Re: Conlangs in fiction/movies
|From:||Wesley Parish <wes.parish@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, December 21, 2005, 11:35|
That's sad, very sad, because my Klingon girlfriend has threatened to
challenge me to a duel unless I can learn Klingon fast enough to allow me to
be introduced to her parents ... ;) (and she's making the voorish sign as
well, and muttering incantations to Cthulhu, and I fear for my very
soul ... ;)
Tell Mr. Okrand much more than my life depends on that Dictionary .... ia, ia,
On Wed, 21 Dec 2005 10:28, Chris Peters wrote:
> The thread on conlangs in music got me curious about other conlangs that
> have been used on-screen or in popular books. Resources are easy to find
> regarding Klingon and Quenya. Personally, I'd also be interested in seeing
> published references about Vulcan (also done by Marc Okrand, of Klingon
> fame. Sadly, I've spoken to Mr. Okrand, and he informed me that no Vulcan
> Dictionary is forthcoming.)
Clinersterton beademung, with all of love - RIP James Blish
Mau e ki, he aha te mea nui?
You ask, what is the most important thing?
Maku e ki, he tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
I reply, it is people, it is people, it is people.