"new" old conlang stuff
|From:||Robert B Wilson <han_solo55@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, November 3, 2002, 23:12|
i was looking for some information in one of the notebooks i use to write
conlanging stuff in and i found some information about some of my (very)
one thing i found was a short bit of 'manerau' [m_0@nER\au], from which
kono and funarja are descended. B@nErau is the language reconstructed
from kono, funarja, and loan words in kontoko. the only problem is, i
wrote it a LONG time ago, and then copied it several years later (after i
had forgotten most of the script), so i don't know what it says. i am
uploading an image of the text to my web site
(http://kuvazokad.free.fr/mnrtxt.jpg). i have figured out some of the
letters, so i have 'VmV CVVnV sV mV CVCVV', where 'C' represents a
consonant and 'V' represents a vowel. i guess manerau is actually my
first and conlang and has the longest continuous existence of any of my
conlangs (i'm still working on it, but rather slowly now - kontoko takes
up a lot of time and kinsi rorotan takes up most of the rest...), but it
is still not very complete (a phrase that i can't read and several words
and a bit of grammar reconstructed/invented from kono and funarja).
also, i found an overview of senoi (a tolklang that i made) and an early
overview of kamele (both before the manerau text was copied, definitely
after it was originally written). i also found the overview of a
language i made with 18 noun cases, 4 numbers (singular, dual, triple,
and plural), 10 verb tenses, 10 moods, 21 personal pronouns, 6
demonstrative pronouns, and 14 relative pronouns. here are 1/3 of all
the possible forms of the word _kaoþ_ [gaoT] 'man' (i just created this
word, after deciding to revive this project):
what do you all think?
Robert Wilson (aka Elentirno Perellar aka Kuvazokad)
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I yessessë Eru ontanë Menel ar Cemen.
I yessessë ëa Quetta ar Quetta né as Eru ar Eru né Quetta.