Re: CHAT: General Question
|From:||Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, March 21, 2001, 20:38|
I forgot, my conlangs:
Hligu, the very first, when I was in grade 6 or thereabouts. I still
remember a few words from it: "bigu taku" means "good day"; "fagu
liku" means "bugger off".
Gamyar, my first serious one, had very detailed grammar info, but tiny
vocabulary. Translated Hymn of the Soviet Union into it, I remember the
first line, "Egymazung zhlatayuz svobodnoi respublikag..."
Neo-Dalmatian v1.0, now dead.
Vranian, which started out as a descendant of Old Church Slavic and was/is
the official language of the State of Vrania (formerly a
kingdom). However, due possibly to the large number of South Slavs holding
Vranian citizenship, it degenerated into Serbian. Thus, Vranian now has a
great deal of information available about it ;)
Brzhonegh, which was Latin heavily influenced by Breton and later Dutch
when the Brzhona went to the Dutch coast. This was quite well documented
language but I've lost all the papers...
4-5 other started things that died after the phonology was developed, the
latest being Warngalyang, which I ran away from when I realised that the
verb "to capture" would have 68 letters in it.
And now, Dalmatian v2.0, which I am very pleased with so far.
Ferenc Gy. Valoczy
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