Re: Tymru language
|Date:||Saturday, November 24, 2001, 8:02|
--- Christophe Grandsire
I agree with Christophe that the alphabet is quite
nice, although I'd even say 'extraordinarily
beautiful'. Perhaps I have not right to comment as
such, but it sort of reminds me of one of the Celtic
Would you know the underlying conculture for the basis
of the conlang?
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> En réponse E"T. Leigh & M. Carchrie"
> > Hello all,
> > I stumbled across this website, for a conlang I'd
> not seen before.
> > Thought
> > I'd pass it along. The alphabet's kind of cool.
> > Thomas Leigh
> > http://aequarion.com/aerra/tymru.html
> Well, the alphabet is quite nice, but for the rest,
> it looks like a quasi-
> relexification of English, with a few other features
> thrown in (like the
> accusative marker on the article or the difference
> between relative and
> interrogative pronouns). It's probably a first
> attempt at a conlang for the
> author. Anyway, the page is nicely done, and the
> alphabet is quite beautiful,
> though I wished the author had explained in which
> case the reflexible
> characters take their left-staff or right-staff