my conlang's numbers
|From:||Robert Jung <robertmjung@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, November 26, 2003, 3:31|
Here are the numbers for my conlang (a loglang; no name yet):
First, please let me explain a bit about the grammar:
This language has no adjectives; instead, it has verbs.
Verbs are marked by the particle ang (precedes the word).
Verbs are marked for transitivity: awe for intransitive, iwe for transitive.
One question: Numbers are intransitive, right? (e.g. 'to be-four')
ang ena awe=one [from Greek]
ang bi awe=two [from Latin]
ang lome awe=three [from Hungarian (haárom)]
ang neli awe=four [Estonian (neli)]
ang lima awe=five [Tagalog (lima)]
ang sise awe=six [Latin]
ang seye awe=seven [French]
ang olo awe=eight [Italian]
ang nona awe=nine [Latin]
ang leka awe=ten [Latin]
vowels: a /a/, e /e/, i /i/, o /o/, u /u/
consonants: b g[hard] k l m n p s[voiceless] t w x[/S/ ['ship']] y [/j/]
Note: The conlang is due to be online soon!