Re: dying NATLANGS as CONLANGS
|From:||Michael Adams <michael.adams1@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, April 12, 2006, 23:57|
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Daniel Prohaska" <danielprohaska@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 12, 2006 8:46 AM
Subject: Re: dying NATLANGS as CONLANGS
> Yes, very much like Cornish, though we are in the happyposition to have
> a comparatively large amount of Cornish. Revived Cornish hasbecome more
> of an "Ausbausprache" than a reconstruction and it is quitepossible to express
> a lot by directly attested Cornish. Note that this goes forwritten Cornish.
> Spoken Cornish is a little trickier because traditionally itdied out before
> any recording apparatus was invented. So as far as the writtenword goes
> Cornish is a full fledged natlang, but spoken Cornish is a"resonlang".
> I've worked and dabbled with reconstructing Norn and Vegliot.Both languages
> leave a substantially smaller, more restricted corpus andrequire a great
> deal more invention.
> Yehes da re'gas bo,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Constructed Languages List[mailto:CONLANG@listserv.brown.edu] On Behalf
> Of Philip Newton
> Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 2:03 PM
> To: CONLANG@listserv.brown.edu
> Subject: Re: Dying NATLANGS as CONLANGS?
> On 4/11/06, Michael Adams <michael.adams1@...> wrote:
> > Anyone working on old former or dying NATLANGs, but makingthem into a
> > CONLANG
> Like Cornish?
> Philip Newton <philip.newton@...>