Re: Conlang names?
|From:||Paul Bennett <paul.w.bennett@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, November 8, 2007, 16:37|
On Thu, 08 Nov 2007 10:47:03 -0500, Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>
> What about names in your conlang? Have you made lists? How did you
> derive the names.
> I'd also be interested in apriori name constructions. There might be
> significant differences depending on culture, of course.
In Uinlitska (uínlitska /wi:nlitSka/) -- formerly known as Finlaesk
(fínlǣsk /vi:nla~Sk/) -- names from the two cultures invloved (Norse and
Native American) seem to have collided rather happily. Names (translating
back to English) like Bear Armstrong, Harald Runningdeer, and so on, seem
to fit the patterns of both cultures fairly well. I haven't quite done all
the sound changes yet, or deciding which (types of) elements to borrow
from which language, but I think I'll be able to follow my gut without
creating any logical inconsistencies.
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