Re: CHAT: TRANS: something slightly more deep (was: TRANS: flutes)
|From:||Matt Pearson <jmpearson@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 8, 2000, 22:11|
Roger Mills wrote:
>Here it is in Kash (better Ka if that prints), a language of one of the two
>civilized species on planet Cindu. I haven't really worked out their
>religion(s), tho it is probably pantheistic and so has trouble with the idea
>of one Supreme God, but we can assume an old or traditional agricultural
>deity, Kinda. (/h/ for the velar fric. [x], /c/ is Engl. "ch", /r/ trilled,
>vowels approx. as in Spanish, penultimate stress, all else self-explanatory I
> kinda, kinda, inde hinda,
>endo te vele e parahambesa amakrale
>andele añunjuki pando-pando,
>acece vitala, yemo viriki,
>ukuwi acopur vosili
>holapi acopur vanata
>i yuno yemo hindakale
I've never heard of Kash before. Are you new to the list? If so,
have you already introduced yourself? (I haven't been keeping up
lately, so if I missed you're intro, I'm sorry.) Anyway, I like the
look and (what I can figure out of) the structure of Kash, and would
love to learn more about it. Do you have a website? If not, a short
sketch of Kash for the list is in order.
The symbol that you use in the more correct spelling of "Kash"
comes out as a degree sign on my computer. Is it meant to be
IPA /S/ as in "ship"? Perhaps you should stick with "sh" (or some
other typewriter-friendly spelling) when posting to the list.
Lookin' forward to finding out more about Kash!