Re: Semi-retired conlanger updates web page
|From:||Morgan Palaeo Associates <morganpalaeo@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 24, 2002, 4:59|
J Y S Czhang wrote, quoting myself:
> >BTW: Quidjfravzgembtchowlkspynx. I worked that out some time ago - it
> >contains all the letters of the English alphabet exactly once, and yet
> >is quite easy to pronounce (five syllables). I'm quite proud of that
> EEk... at first glance it looked like a weird combination of
> Latinate, Gaelic & Georgian (with a dash of Greek & Germanic).
Now this would be a very interesting analysis - explaining why you
thought of those five languages and language groups. :-)
The Georgian's obvious, but the others, what triggered them?
> Interestin' word... you have any meaning for it??? You gonna use
> it in a conlang??? hehe...
In a future English, it could start as an informal word for "alphabet"
but apart from that, I can't see much use for it.