Here & Now
|From:||Denis Moskowitz <dmm@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, April 14, 1999, 20:08|
> Steg Belsky scripsit:
> > Just a question, does anyone else's conlang (or do you know of natlangs
> > besides Hebrew that) have a single word meaning "here&now"?
> > In Hebrew it's _halom_.
> Lojban uses "nau", and I swear that's an accident. We wanted it to be
> a monosyllable, and no others were available at the time.
Rikchik uses the same glyph for both: Me. The "P" (place) form of
Me is "here", and the "I" (idea) form is "now". The "R" (animate)
form is of course "me", and I don't think the others are defined yet.
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