Re: Intro: Sah'heh, Megres, Saluton!
|From:||Dave Rutan <rutan3@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 22, 2007, 15:21|
Dave Rutan wrote:
Perhaps soon. I'm slightly embarassed about revealing my 'secrets
because I don't use the usual linguistic terms. The grammar is actually
very simple though as the civilization involved is rather old. I figure
they tried to regularize the language at some time.
I should definitely include some clarification on how I had to
transliterate the sounds of the language into the roman alphabet. The
language itself has a phonetic alphabet which eliminates problems with
The mouth of the creature is also a bit different, so I figure THEY
wouldn't have a problem with the odd words.
Fixed, if not already uploaded.
La lokomotivo estas tre scivola. Konstante gxi diras Cxu, cxu, cxu, cxu...
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jim Henry <jimhenry1973@...> wrote:
> On 2/21/07, Dave Rutan <rutan3@...> wrote:
>> As an initial contribution, I've put up a bit of the language of the
>> Breehahs. They are not human. The description of them along with a
>> Breehah/English/Esperanto phrase page is here:
> The concultural information is pretty interesting. I'd like
> to see something on the phonology & grammar, though.