Re: History of constructed languages
|From:||Sally Caves <scaves@...>|
|Date:||Friday, April 8, 2005, 16:40|
Gibberification! I love that!! Let's coin it. We can ask Adrian Morgan
how his gibberification is going. Or we could "engibber" a language: Moi,
le souflie lisont commun bizarreque de mon soult que m'a falsige' la
saussuretique en tous cas. N'est-ce pas?
Vow, tivver's embassy had um guestification waaaaay bad arm an doctology,
I know these are LEGION. I've listened to Garrison Kiellor and "Cafe
Boeurf." And engibberings of German are hilarious.
I'm sure that Aristophanes was up to something like that with the barbarous
Persian, so it has a funniness that is lost to us now.
----- Original Message -----
> It could well be that it is a gibberishification (word?) of
> one or more real OP utterances in the original.