Re: Nonpulmonic conlang?
|Date:||Monday, November 17, 2008, 11:34|
Well, I once made a nonpulmonic relex of my main conlang. But it only
lasted for a day. One thing that put me off was that I had a hard time
remember what sound each letter in the orthography represented. Maybe
it had been better if I had used IPA, but I'm not yet knowledgeable in
the nonpulmonic area of IPA.
Another thing was that I felt that each phoneme behaved as a syllable,
and I only had a low number of phonemes, so the language appeared very
inefficient. But my main conlang isn't designed for brevity either, so
maybe that's also a problem.
Sai Emrys wrote:
> Has anyone made a conlang that exclusively uses nonpulmonic
> phone(me)s? Or, has ANADEW?
> (Sign languages don't count. Cheater. :-P)
> - Sai