Re: Celtic and Greek Conlangs
|From:||Christopher Wright <faceloran@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, August 7, 2002, 13:57|
Abrigon Gusiq sekalge:
>Anyone have a general celtic and general greek conlang?
Sturnan is essentially Greek spoken by French people who think they're
speaking Hawaiian but know neither Greek nor Hawaiian. (No slight against
Christophe intended.) But to be fair, it's based on IE rather than Greek.
Still, Sturnan resembles Greek more than, for instance, Latin or German
or any other language I've studied (usually for no more than a month,