Re: Talarian pronoun system
|From:||Costentin Cornomorus <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, September 10, 2003, 21:39|
--- Roger Mills <romilly@...> wrote:
> > Also of note: I finally got a scanner that
> > works,
> > so have scanned in the various alphabets used
> > by Talarian scholars.
> I get a Page Not Found for this.
Try this one:
I should note that the leftmost forms of each
letter are the most commonly used.
Since scanning these, I've also found what the
names of the letters are. Nothing spectacular,
vowels simply take their own sound for their
names. Consonants take the syllable name and add
the particla -at, which literally is the
"dictionary form particle" for nouns. The symbols
in the syllabary are named similarly.
- Per la maxam pas e drancoueletate di nusteor tempuroer; per l' echluys
catholeg, ke 'sta di bille do bille et dol fine le munnem
- A Ddon ten mezercorth!
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