Re: Elliott, eno, une, uni? (was Re: Translation (was: Introducing Lapsi)
|From:||Elliott Lash <al260@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 12, 2001, 7:21|
hmmm...nope not really, it's just a word derived from the SIL primative root -'EN- with a
glotal stop in the begining. Come to think of it though, the word itself is a
pronoun, and...it really should be "ala" in this case. It would be like saying
in french: 'dans on voix' for 'dans une voix'. Oh well..
In a message dated Sun, 11 Nov 2001 5:39:18 PM Eastern Standard Time, J Y S
Czhang <czhang23@...> writes:
> In a message dated 10.11.2001 06:37:47 PM, elliott (AL260@AOL.COM) writes:
> >eno purya-vi onorne-ari-ssea is
> >one voice=LOC world=GEN-their new
> hmmm, did ya get "eno" from the Greco-scientific root _heno_???
> In my conlang Lego, I am debating whether to use _eno_ as "one" or go
> with more Latinate _une_ or _uni_.
> czHANg a fan of cyberbrainy Brian Eno and his ambient music