Re: Arvorec comes of age
|From:||Roger Mills <romilly@...>|
|Date:||Monday, April 7, 2003, 15:15|
Dan Jones wrote:
> !Warning! Do not look at this page if you are easily offended. Also, you
> may need a unicode-enabled browser to see some of the special characters.
Only & #375 was invisible to me.
> So, has anyone else explored the possibility of invective in theirconlang?
>I'm working on _añañupit onam kaçaleç_, which will be written entirely in
Kash, in a mix of vulgar slang with quite clinical explanations. You have
some nice turns of phrase, which I'll try not to steal ;-) though some of
these matters are fairly...universal.
añañupit: custom, collective abstract < ñupit 'accustomed'
kaçale: adj.deriv. of kaç 'Kash'; it carries the plural marker -ç for the
entire phrase in accord with affected bookish style.