|From:||Remi Villatel <maxilys@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, December 20, 2003, 0:47|
I just found a little file on my hard disk. I think the content is very
interesting as a conlang start.
Of course, this is "OpenSource", you can do what you want with my ideas. I
already have another conlang under work.
Agent: b [b]
Reflexive: d [d]
Patient: g [g]
Anumeral: u [u]
Singular: i [i]
Plural: a [a]
Proximal: si [si]
Distal: re [Re]
past: lë [lE]
future: ra [Ra]
interrogative: ne [ne]
negative: vu [vu]
imperative: ko [ko]
dezi [dezi] = happiness
dezine gisi ? = Are you happy?
dezine bi gusi ? = Do you make somebody happy?
happiness-interrogative agent-singular patient-anumeral-proximal
dezi gi. = I am happy.
dezivura gare. = They won't be happy.
dezivura basi gure. = They will make somebody unhappy.
happiness-negative-future agent-plural-proximal patient-anumeral-distal
budezira. = This will be a happy moment.
kebi [kebi] = work
kebi bi. = I work.
kebi bire. = He works.
kebikora (bisi). = work!
gukebilë = Work is done.
What do you think? Delightfully agglutinative, a very interesting
article/pronoun system. ;-) What else?