Re: Naming mp3 players and Yakuza was Re: Comparison of philosophical languages
|From:||Daniel Andreasson Vpc-Work <daniel.andreasson@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 22, 2003, 12:27|
Peter Clark wrote:
> Well, the word for "sound" is "yjuli." That breaks down to "noun loud
> absurd." Ah, such transparent meaning. ;>
Very. As I said in an earlier post, as long as one correct
root out of three is in there, it seems to be okay.
> So to answer your question, you
> ought to christen your mp3 player "ydazijulicuza." See how much shorter and
> simpler that is than English?
Haha! :D I think it's apparent that Ygybe is superior
to English eight days a week. I will immediately switch.
And I like the name Ydazijulicuza for my new mp3 player. It's short and catchy. Or
perhaps I'll just call it, you know, Mike. Or Billy. :)
> Well, it's your choice, since after all, one of the rules of the > language is
> that you can coin any combination you like. It's up > to us poor saps to try
> to figure out what the heck you said. But, > if I may impose myself, I think
> that it _definitely_ ought to > include "li" somewhere in it. :)
LOL! This whole discussion is pretty li. I wonder what my neighbor Li would have to
say about that. :)
I get a feeling that "li" will be the new conlang catch phrase.
"Oh my god! That's so li!" :)