Re: "two be"
|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, January 8, 2002, 5:10|
--I changed mana, mena, etc. to maha, meha, etc.,
because -ha is my accusative suffix in other cases.
--- Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...> wrote:
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> --You got the right idea. I found that having five
> vowels presented some convenient patterns, so I take
> advantage of that a lot. So my pronouns are:
> The following are the reflexive forms, and are
> pronounced with a glottal stop in between.
> Other pronouns follow the same idea in a slightly
> complicated fashion;
> are the posessive forms, and
> are the direct-object forms (can someone remind me
> the proper term for that--I want to say
> but that doesn't sound right.)
> There you go!
> Emesohaleka Yawehi--in case you want to know, I
> exactly have an imperative form. "Emesohaleka"
> literally translates you need to go:
> (second-person sing)
> (present tense)
> --- Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...> wrote:
> > On Fri, 28 Dec 2001 09:29:27 -0800 Clint Jackson
> > Baker
> > <litrex1@...> writes:
> > > Emesohaleka Yawehi (I just realized that I've
> > > putting this in first person--amesohaleka--and
> > > second. D'oh!)
> > > Clint
> > -
> > So E is second person, and A is first?
> > What are the other persons/pronouns?
> > Rokbeigalmki (which, to merge with your other
> > sounds like Arabic to
> > my brother - i don't know enough different
> > to characterize it
> > as specifically like any) has pronouns in A E I O
> > and UH:
> > az = i
> > ez = you
> > iz = she
> > oz = he
> > uz = it
> > uhz = 'singular they' (animate common/epicene)
> > My first conlang, ool-Nuziiferoi, which i worked
> > with my brother
> > around 7 years ago for a few months, had the same
> > pronouns (i borrowed
> > them for R. later) except with AAZ instead of UHZ.
> > The plural equivalents of the pronouns are made by
> > inserting a M between
> > the vowel and the Z. Rokbeigalmki (i don't
> > about ool-Nuziiferoi
> > at the moment) also has non-subject pronouns,
> > are the same with the
> > Z replaced with a SH.
> > -Stephen (Steg)
> > "it is very blue and soft
> > like a big blue womb"
> > ~ a friend of mine describing her car
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