|From:||David Peterson <digitalscream@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, December 14, 2002, 6:53|
<<There are 13 basic noun cases, with a separate mark for genitive. To
translate "in the dragon's mouth", you would use something like
"dragon.genitive.inessive mouth". Nouns are also marked for number,
"intensity", and possession.>>
Huh. This translates to "mouth of (the) dragon in"? Meaning, is the thing
in the mouth or in the dragon? 'Cause the way it's marked now makes it look
like it's in the dragon, not the mouth... If you wanted to double case
mark, though, you could make a construct case. Then you'd get "dragon
mouth.construct.inessive", coming out to something like "the dragon, in the
mouth of". Anyway, though, I missed the original post. "Morgenon"?
Must've slipped right by me as I had my e-head turned...
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