Re: Manuscripts & Manuscript Abbreviations in Conlangs
|From:||<deinx nxtxr> <deinx.nxtxr@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, February 22, 2009, 2:34|
Elliott Lash wrote:
> Does anyone have any manuscripts written in their conlangs (using a conscript)? If so,
> does anyone use abbreviations as in actual manuscripts?
No, conscript and no text yet, but Sasxsek (s:s:) does in fact has a
mechanism for abbreviations. Colons (:) are used to mark where
letter's have been omitted.
A few examples.
1:mas, 1:m: (ienitxmas) = January
7:din, 2:d: (sepitxdin) = Sunday
s:amerika (sudamerika) = South America
s:s: (sasxsek) = Sasxsek
h: (hora) = hour
m: (metra) = meter
l: (litra) = liter
g: (gram) = gram