(2) new conlang- BÎhuenagwon
|Date:||Sunday, September 12, 2004, 9:55|
>you've got your verb, however, there are further suffixes that attach onlyto the verb "to bake x", and which further specify how the baking is accomplished.
That's pretty interesting. It also means that suffixes can be recycled--in other
words, the suffix /-'ea/ (oh: what's the apostrophe for?) can be used with
every single verb, and could mean something different each time. Or perhaps
it could have a locus of meanings, all interrelated. If you were going for naturalness,
I'd recommend doing it that way. The way it looks now, it almost looks like you're
creating a kind of...engelang? Is that the right word? Anyway, everything looks
very regular--phonologically. There's no real need for that.
well, if I make 'ea into simply "sun" (since it's already following "[to]
bake"...then what happens when "sun" follows "cold" ?