Island Conlangs(was: Re: Hello!)
|Date:||Saturday, April 26, 2003, 15:23|
> > in
> >both German and English I found Old English especially fascinating. So I
> >took it as a base for my next conlang - yet another "Sealandic" (which
> >is a fictional archipelago in the North Sea).
> Hehe, island-conlangs seem to be quite common around here ;)) . Maybe they
> should deserve a special acronym. Islelangs? Islangs? ;))))
Insulangs, I'd say. I suppose you could call Zitwbata an insulang, in that
it has had no other influences, thanks to being isolated, but it's not
technically an Island.