Re: Who gets the human languages?
|From:||Herman Miller <hmiller@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, October 4, 2003, 1:47|
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 23:39:33 -0400, Estel Telcontar
>Is it absolutely out of the question to reassign the languages and
>modify the number systems? When I picked up work again on what's now
>Ikanirae Seru, I kept most of the old features, but got rid of a few
>things that didn't fit in its new setting.
In the case of Olaetian, I already have a font for the writing system, so
I'd like to keep the numbers. Neesklaaz already uses base 8, so it's not a
problem. But certainly, the languages are going to need some work (since
the human languages are mainly the older ones, done when I didn't have much
experience with conlanging), so redefining a few numbers might be the best
option for most langs. Other cultural issues, such as the Olaetian words
relating to spiritual matters, or biological ones, such as the inability
for Mizarian rodents to pronounce dental fricatives, and the limited range
of their color vision, are probably more significant.
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