Re: Br'ga (was Re: Non-humanoid langs)
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, April 28, 2005, 12:57|
Paul Bennett <paul-bennett@...> writes:
> Syllable structure is CV-only. Phonotactics are minimal, if any. Roots are
> 1 to 3 syllables long.
> Morpheme order within words is something like:
> Noun Modifiers are things like genitives, adjectives and maybe some other
Ah, funny. Mood/Evidence goes in the same place in S11, too, but I
think generally, S11 will not by agglutinating to a high degree.
Maybe some derivational stuff will be there.
> There will be a significant pronoun and pro-verb set. I'm going to have
> verb->noun derivational morphology for things like "place of x", "tool for
> x" and several others. I think that in theory a "word" could get quite
Aha, I see. Morphology, and especially derivational morphology is not
yet decided for S11. But from the experiences with Qthyn|gai I think
I learned to like that kind of derivation. But the incorporation will
definitely not go that far.
I hope I will find more time for conlanging soon -- S11 currently
makes not much progress.