Re: names in conlangs
|From:||Herman Miller <hmiller@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, June 8, 2006, 1:12|
Shreyas Sampat wrote:
> Herman Miller wrote:
>> Minza adapts words to the Minza phonology
> What about native Minza names?
There aren't any native Minza names, actually (a consequence of the fact
that there aren't any native speakers).
With the Azirian languages, I haven't often gone beyond personal names.
I know there must be some way to more uniquely identify individuals
(there can't be enough unique names for every speaker of the language,
unless it's a language with very few speakers), but I haven't figured
out the details of how that works. Some of my older languages had a two
name system with the family name last like in English.