Eihdan and Maggelity
|From:||Joseph Fatula <fatula3@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 16, 2003, 0:57|
Reading the recent thread about conlang terms, specifically Maggelity, I
realized something interesting. I've got a language, Eihdan, that might at
first seem maggelitinous in its grammar, but in actual fact is a very
regular language. It just follows an unusual set of rules. Here are some
Htoruiza hteähd farurh, lhäur teu.
/To4uiza Tea:D farur_0 l_0a:u4 teu/
The wolf looks for the human.
Htananh zi htoruiza, na?
/Tanan_0 zi To4uiza na/
Where is the human?
Htoruerha hteaht farurh.
/To4ue4_0a TeaT fa4u4_0/
The wolf finds the human.
Farurh zi htoruaza, sazgën teu.
/fa4u4_0 zi To4uaza saZe:n teu/
The wolf eats the human.
I'd be interested in any theories as to how this language works.