Re: Deriving words that aren't too long
|From:||list James E. Hopkins <espero9@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 16, 1998, 13:09|
Re derived words becoming "too" long... The same occurs is Druni, as for
example: ta nobshetenisilisa (meaning: by means of the small communications).
I don't however, consider it a problem, it is just the way the Druni language
is. At any rate Druni words are still shorter than Finnish :-)
Good luck. You could try letting your language "be what it wants to be" (i.e.
let it evolve its own ways and means) and see what happens...
ta peshor Drunay
(the man from Drun)