IE langs (jara: Workshops Review from Yitzik the Snakie)
|From:||Jan van Steenbergen <ijzeren_jan@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, December 19, 2002, 10:35|
--- lblissett skrzypszy:
> I might have a conlang which qualifies as this. What consitutes an
> IE language, though? I posted this question to the list last month, but no
> one responded.
Apparently I missed that question, otherwise I'd surely have answered it.
My definition would be: a constructed language directly derived from (some
reconstruction of) Proto-Indo-European. Put emphasis on the word "directly" in
order to distinguish this group of languages from the Romance, Slavic etc.
I don't know whether your language qualifies or not, but I'm eager to have a
look at it. IE conlangs are my favourites :)
--- Robert B Wilson skrzypszy:
> i have an IE conlang that probably doesn't fit in any of these
> what about a northwest-european non-germanic, non-celtic, non-romance IE
Same thing. Please show something!
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