Re: New Conlang
|From:||Roger Mills <romilly@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, February 2, 2003, 0:38|
Nik Taylor wrote:
prefixes, number comes second).
I was struck by the relative simplicity of the vowel-final case endings vs.
those of the Consonant-finals. (One would expect a little more
similarity..... though this system is interesting) Is there some reason for
that? Perhaps C-final nouns are distinguished by class/gender or something
> Kua Sai wrote:
> > Hey, I've started to put pieces of my language, Maltae, on the web.
> > Check out Phonology and Nominal Declensions at
> > http://www.angelfire.com/art2/conlang6/mal.html
> The nominal inflections are also a bit unusual. Where case and number
> are separable, the number affix is usually closer to the noun than the
> case (that is, if they are suffixes, number comes first, if they are