|From:||M. Astrand <ysimiss@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, December 29, 2002, 22:01|
Daniel Andreasson wrote:
>Greg Williams wrote:
>> Ha.... _danielyar_ comes from _Danielle_...my younger
>> sister's name. hehe... I have absolutely _no_ qualms
>> about borrowing words, especial changing people's names
>> into adjectives or noun. One friend, Kelly, was described
>> to me by another as being overbearing at times, so now,
>> _kelliar_ means 'queen' and _kelliane_ means 'to rule/reign'.
>> I'm having too much fun with this. :)
>Aha. That's what I guessed. I did the same with my conlang
>Rinya some years ago. I guess I really should change the words
>for "love", etc. since it's someone else right now. :)
>OTOH, David Peterson's Megdevi is still called Megdevi (AFAIK)
>so I guess I could just let them be. :I
>AFAICR, I just had "nice" words. No words for annoying people.
>If I did the same today I know some good candidates for the
>more unpleasant words. Wait a minute. I *should* incorporate
>people's names into my new conlang.
>::sneaks away, coming up with words to get back at those
>annoying people I have to put up with:: :)
You guys are far from being the only ones. Actually, we're in famous company.
Read about the history of Siegesbeckia at
There must be something about Swedes and conlanging...
>I guess in daily speech a word for "sneaky bastard" is MUCH
>more used than for instance "tree" or "dog" or "fish".
- M. Astrand
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