|From:||daniel andreasson <daniel.andreasson@...>|
|Date:||Friday, June 1, 2001, 11:19|
Andreas Johansson wrote:
> > Aha! I didn't know you were *that* much of an expert
> > on CE. Thanks!
> That's what having read QaE and the Ardalambion's Primitive Elvish
> article more times than you and I have fingers together does to
> you! :-)
Hihi. And that's like *the longest* article on Ardalambion
as well. :)
I'm thinking that the "internal history" storys in the
articles would help me create a suitable conculture and
background for my little Chenn tribe. The Ilkorin article
sure gave me a lot of ideas.
> > What does _-oo-yaa_ mean?
> _-oo_ is a very common nominal ending, and _-yaa_ an even more common
> adjectival ending. So *_-oo-yaa_ would be what you get if you first forman
> noun from a root and then turn it into an adjective. But I'm no Sindarin
> expert, and I had actually never really thought about Sindarin _-ui_before
> I saw your mail. I'll ask the sages on Elfling, me thinks.
Ah, that would be great. I'm curious as to what they'll
say. Surely, someone must have looked into this.
Na'i seler new nifelis, na'en <> email@example.com
nuirfelin - na'i nos yll alassen. <> www.geocities.com/conlangus