Re: USAGE: [CONLANG] A BrSc a? & Nyuu Romaji
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, April 25, 2002, 8:44|
En réponse à Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>:
> I suppose that Maggel, like the Runes, nonetheless feels free have
> ways to write the same sound? (Eg, seveal Runic letters can indicate
> yet each of them can also indicate other vowels.)
Of course! Let me see... If I look only at [a], it can be written: |a|, |oa|,
|y| in |yfd| pronounced [ag], |i| in some irregular cases, and I've not counted
the ways to write [a] when it's part of a diphtongue :)) . [p] can be written
|b|, |ib|, |m| or |im| (which is in fact [(m)p], that's to say optionally
prenasalised :) ). And those are only the regular spellings :)) .
> Wouldn't surprise me; it's pretty well-known. To give to the eagle
> means, of
> course, to slay people in battle - poetic types, the old Nordics.
Hehe, I have an idea that the speakers of Maggel would not be that different
(czHANG already gave me the idea that they could be descendants of the Picts,
which as far as I know were never described as pacifists :)) ).
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