|From:||Elliott Belser <renyard@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 31, 2002, 1:27|
Okay... the Ng'and'ana phonology, revisited.
Is this correct?
Also, for a really thick Ng'and'ana accent, anything after a letter N
is nasalised, until broken with a sfir. So 'anda' is pronounced
[andja], ana [anya], but Ng'and'ana is still [ng'and'anja] not
The first line of a ancient phrophecy in Ng'anda.
Tieh ben'av famer, sho'ben'av lon Qar'anda.
[tieh ben'av famer sho'ben'av lon Xar'andja.]
Time being-PRET first, we-being-PRET the Shard-Soul.
In the beginning, we were the Shattered Soul.
And the first of the next stanza:
Tieh ben'a sho'rever'am.
Time being-PRES we-remember-CONT.
Now we have awakened.