Re: The Hedgehog Returns! (And a request for web space)
|From:||Peter Clark <pc451@...>|
|Date:||Friday, January 18, 2002, 17:49|
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On Thursday 17 January 2002 20:07, you wrote:
> Do I remember rightly that Enamyn < Enamin was formerly called Noname?
> Or am I getting confused? (I can no longer keep up with remembering
> everybody's conlangs; once upon a time I was able to, and even longer
> ago than that the mere mention of a new artlang was precious manna.)
Yes. Originally, I did not know what to call my langauge, so Noname was a
natural choice. Then I decided that Noname was rather dumb, and so I changed
it to Nonami. (Which, I just realized, looks like "no friend" in French.
Hmm...) Then I decided that I liked the sound of "Enamin" (which also shows
some descent from "Noname/Nonami"), which further changed under the Great
Syllabic Shift to Enamyn /E.na.mn=/.
I hearby release the term "Noname" and "Nonami" into the public domain for
anyone who is uncertain how their language should be called and need a
temporary name. :)
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