Re: REQUEST: How to Pronounce Your Conlang's Name
|From:||Cian Ross <cian@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, May 29, 2005, 20:11|
On Saturday 28 May 2005 04:59 pm, Arthaey Angosii wrote:
Please note that phonology is by far the aspect of conlanging that
interests me the least--I think this is my first attempt even to use
CXS. I'm half-expecting that I'm using it wrong. The values of the
sounds in the conlangs are meant to be (more or less) the union of the
pronunciations of Latin and Greek that I was taught in high school
(except that the French teacher taught me how to pronounce /y/ :)).
(What I understand to be the usages of, e.g., 'e' and 'E' seem to me
to be backwards and confusing...or am I confused yet again?) Any
departures from that are purely my errors.
An issue: I don't know what it means to have a completely open front
vowel, so I am using 'A' instead of 'a'. This may just be wrong.
Corrections and explanations requested.
English: Veldan /'vEld@n/
Native: Veldaneeas Lingwas /vEldAn'e:As 'lingwAs/
English: Taroan /tA'ro@n/
Native Bahonga 'ta roa /bAh'OngA tA 'roA/
English: Orad /'OrAd/
Native: O:radiendelsa /o:rAdiEn'dElsA/
Native: Kyet Kenawme /'kjEt 'kE'nA~mE/
Native: Kal Pol Ling /'kAl 'pOl 'lIng/
Native: Anglysc /'Anglysk/
Native: Lokwandaze /lokwAn'dAze/
Native: Thagnarvi /TAg'nArvi/
> I'm adding the question "How do I pronounce the name of conlang X?" to my
> This is a hard thing to search the archives for, so I'm asking for
> submissions. Just send me (and/or the list)
> * your conlang's name
> * CXS pronunciation