Re: The last word in the dictionary
|From:||Clint Jackson Baker <litrex1@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, May 9, 2002, 14:52|
What about the last _root_ in your language? For
Kayasanoda it would be "yuyu", which has not had a
definiton but "foolishness" comes to mind (the classic
Laurel/Hardy two-liner plus the French tendency
towards reduplication for terms implying the
--- James Campbell <james@...> wrote:
> "The Last Word" website is now up and running,
> featuring the last word in
> the dictionary in as many languages (natlangs and
> conlangs) as possible.
> There are currently 96 entries - perhaps with the
> addition of your language
> it will reach 100.
> I'm currently offlist, and hard at work on a major
> Jameld translation
> project. More news later in the year.
> firstname.lastname@example.org James Campbell
> Jameld web site: www.zolid.com/zm The Last Word:
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