Re: Khangaþyagon web presence expands.
|From:||Peter Bleackley <peter.bleackley@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, September 23, 2004, 15:09|
Staving Christian Thalmann:
Apart from the fact that it's meant to be spoken in a fantasy world.
>--- In email@example.com, Peter Bleackley <Peter.Bleackley@R...>
> > I've just added links from the conlang wiki page for Khangaþyagon
> > http://www.talideon.com/concultures/wiki/?doc=KhangathYagon
> > to the pages for Khangaþyagon relay entries. Please have a look, and
> > free to post your comments to the list - I'd like to here what
> > of it.
>So you based the language on an actual undeciphered
>inscription? You could join the LLL with it, then.
>BTW, in the analysis of that sample sentence, you
>speak of present participles where you actually mean
>gerunds. It's a mistake quickly made for an English
It's actually more complex than that. For some words the PrP/gerund is
actually an agentive noun - whether this particular form means "act of
doing" or "one who does" is entirely lexical. There are also two different
forms for the affix, -on or -ont. Which is used is again lexical, and
doesn't correlate to what the meaning is.
In case you're wondering why I designed something that odd, it originally
happened by accident and I decided to keep it.