|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Friday, January 4, 2008, 18:40|
Scotto Hlad writes:
> After having procured a copy of "From Latin to Romance in Sound Charts," I
> am now starting a GMP for another Romance language with the working name of
> "L3." (Inventive, no?) Anyway, I'm enjoying the work of the author who laid
> down rules as to the changes from Vulgar Latin to our modern Romance
> languages. I'm wondering if those who have created a GMP would be willing to
> share a link or file with me (and hence the group) to see how it was done.
Sure. I've done two for my romlangs Þrjótrunn (applying a GMP
constructed closely from Proto-Germanic > Modern Icelandic to Latin)
and Terkunan (a fictious GMP inspired by some Romance natlangs (mainly
Catalan and Sicilian/Calabrese)). They can be downloaded here:
For Terkunan, you can interactively play with the GMP and run your own
words through it.