Introducing Ilaksh (the revision of Ithkuil)
|From:||John Quijada <jq_ithkuil@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, June 10, 2007, 1:31|
For those interested, Ilaksh, the revised version of Ithkuil, is now here.
The language is primarily notable for having only 40 phonemes (30 consonants
and ten vowels) as opposed to Ithkuil's 82 phonemes (65 consonants and 17
vowels). The massive reduction in phonemes required a drastic revision of
the morpho-phonology. A small but significant number of changes have also
been made to the morphology and syntax.
The last couple of chapters (including the non-linear 2D writing system) are
still missing and I plan on adding some sound files to the new site as time
permits, but the key chapters on phonology, morpho-phonology, morphology,
syntax and lexico-semantics are all there.
Anyway, those interested can come take a look at http://ilaksh.net.