Re: romance and Dalmatian
|Date:||Friday, December 10, 1999, 10:25|
Am 12/09 22:10 Boudewijn Rempt yscrifef:
> eOn Thu, 9 Dec 1999, J. Barefoot wrote:
That would be the conlang created by Frank Valoczy. He reached a point
with it, and then the page seems to come to a stop. I asked him once if
I could pick up the project, but I too have never got around to it -
I've already done one Romance language - although it's still tempting to
do another: either neodalmatika or a Occitan/Mosarabic project (Hmmmmm!)
> As long as they do inter-library loans and you can afford the pennies,
> any University should do ;-). Anyway, a search for dalmatian+language
> presented the following very interesting page:
> on the Neodalamatian language... Una krestomatia de la langa
> neodalmatika... Mailto://email@example.com, might be useful, since
> s/he appears to have a source of further information on Dalmatian.
> The Brittanica doesn't present an awful lot of information.
> > might I find a good wordlist of Vulgar Latin?
>I wish I knew where that existed. I did most of my scavaging for
Brithenig by hand. Fortunately there are a few good books on sound
changes in Romance languages.
Andrew Smith, Intheologus firstname.lastname@example.org
"Piskie, Piskie, say Amen
Doon on your knees and up agen."
"Presbie, Presbie, dinna bend;
Sit ye doon on mon's chief end."
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