Re: g0miileg0, v3rzjen 1.3, fraekt0 1 [GomiLego, Version 1.3, Part 1]
|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 22, 2003, 16:18|
On Fri, 22 Aug 2003 10:23:23 EDT J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...> writes:
> ... for your bewilderment/a-muse-tainment... ta-da!...
> g0miileg0, v3rzjen 1.3, fraekt0 1 [GomiLego, Version 1.3, Part 1]
> _g0miileg0_ /g@U.mi:leg@U/ -=- [beautiful-]junk-language -=-
> _muIltiigløssaa Nii0-Dzjii0-Fjuutsj3r0-izm0 krii0
> (a polyglot, "Neo-Geo-Futurist" creole mesolect)
> g0miileg0's semi-phonemic/semi-"deviant" orthography is loosely
> based on
> aspects of the IPA/X-SAMPA, "spelling reformed" Dutch,
> Japanese_Romaji_ and,
> of course, aesthetics influenced by Italian and Russian Futurism;
> Dutch and Russian Constructivism; Punk; CyberPunk science-fiction
> and "CyberGrunge" typography.-
As always, g0miileg0 rocks!
In addition to its own intrinsic greatness, seeing extended texts in it
always reminds me of the days when there was someone on Conlang who would
always send messages in an extreme version of 1337-speak which included
words from other languages. What they would say was usually interesting,
but it was hard as heck to puzzle out the meaning from the way they wrote
it :-P .
> [ks] in word-final position is written _x_, like for example
> _haelix_ "helix",
> _ziirox_ "xerox" (a copy), _Djuublex_ "Dublex" (a conlang).
> (initial and medial), "zz", i.e. _aezzperim'nt0_
> _aezzistii_ "exist/existence"; _Aezzodo_ "Exodus"-
Why |zz| for /ks/? Because of the /ts/ in "pizza"?
> = ! gw3rraa leg0set kaakaa! ! riis3rvaa, saaIlvaa, riikuu,
> sk0paa-g0mii aen riizijkl0! =
> (Fight Linguistic Waste! Save, Salvage, Recover, Scavenge and
Always a good motto :)
> - ! ! ij-ij --- mii megaa-tem radzj'r dhaat!!
> (Aye-Aye, me big-time rodger that!)-
|radzj'r| is the general term for 'agree with'?
> _haavaa_ is inalienable possession - possession of your body,
> personal belongings, your soul, etc.
> _biz_ is alienable possession - possession of goods, things you
> stole, property, etc.-
Although the degree of possession someone has over their soul is a highly
variable function of their belief system. What's the difference between
the inalienable "personal belongings" and the alienable "property"?
> - plij h0mii-noid aezzii plij zoid, s0, aen oz paen viidaa en
> dzjiiaa... oz paen plij dzjiiaa-dzjen.
> Human-noids [are] animals, too, and we all live in/on
> [Gaia+geo]. We all gia-gen [earthlings].
> Hanuman Zhang, MangaLanger-
I believe this may have been talked about before, but does your g0miileg0
use of the compound |dzjiiaa-dzjen| for 'earthling' have any connection
to the term "Terragen" in David Brin's 'Uplift' novels?
"...i sudkhada-a twan."