Re: Some conlang questions
|From:||Padraic Brown <elemtilas@...>|
|Date:||Friday, December 27, 2002, 20:50|
--- Peter Clark <peter-clark@...> wrote:
> > 2. I also want to make "daughter"-languages
> to my language. I have been
> > reading some about sound change, but I wonder
> if there is some sort of a
> > table for sound changes? So I can see which
> changes that are likely to
> > occur and which that are less likely.
Just as an example - and for only one family of
languages - look into "From Latin to Romance in
Sound Charts" by Peter Boyd-Bowman. This is just
to give you a taste - there are far more
_possible_ sound changes than are outlined in
By the way, welcome home!
> > Human
> Relieved to hear it, but isn't this
> slightly redundant? :)
These days - you just never know!
beuyont alch geont la ciay la cina
mangeiont alch geont y faues la lima;
pe' ne m' molestyont
doazque y facyont in rima.