Re: Conlang names?
|From:||Jeffrey Jones <jsjonesmiami@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 9, 2007, 20:50|
On Thu, 8 Nov 2007 16:47:03 +0100, Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>
Naming is one of the least developed parts of all my conlangs, because this is
Rubaga names will probably evolve out of Roman names, while Vallés and
Lethino will use typical romance names. One peculiarity of Vallés is that there's
an academy that attempts to apply sound changes to classical borrowings,
which may or may not apply to personal names. I haven't attempted any lists
MNCL5 might not have any native personal naming system, using only foreign
names adapted to the phonology and preceded by a particle when necessary.
There may be suffixes identifying different kinds of place names (city, lake,
>What about names in your conlang? Have you made lists? How did you
>derive the names.
>I recently sound shifted names to Terkunan, where it was easy -- there
>was no need to derive them from scratch, since Latin/Romance names
>just need to be sound shifted.
>I'd also be interested in apriori name constructions. There might be
>significant differences depending on culture, of course.