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Re: Previous post, more examples..

From:Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>
Date:Tuesday, August 6, 2002, 15:28
There was a phillang (how's that for a coinage?) from
the eighteenth century that worked like this--I came
across it in the intro to an Esperanto dictionary, but
I can't remember the name of the lang.  Does anyone
else know?


--- Abrigon Gusiq <abrigon@...> wrote:
> cow = anizhazutuv (animal, herbivour, > land, large, > domesticated) > > But want to be able to describe what it is, but with > smaller words.. > > Some form of defining that you can easily tell what > the word means cause > you know where the letters go, and each slot of the > word has a > sub-meaning. > > nihutuv=animal, herbivour, land, small. (I know I > need more work but ). > > Humans might be. > > Nomatum = animal (sentient), omnivourse, land, > medium. > Might add a way to the creatures motive means.. > > Mike
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