Re: more *SPECIFIC* Questions
|From:||Raymond A. Brown <raybrown@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, October 20, 1998, 6:00|
At 3:36 pm -0500 19/10/98, Hello Corey wrote:
>Okay, I have just a few more specific questions for you brilliant-minded
>Can you supply me with an example of ANY of the following:
>Volapu"k *VOH-lah-pu"k where u" is the high rounded front vowel (French 'u').
>Esperanto * Es-peh-RAHN-toh
>Ido * EE-doh
Phonetics approximate :)
>La'adan * Not sure about that one :)
>And the ones with *s, how to PRONOUNCE them? See above.
If you have a decent web-browser you should fairly easily find quite a bit
of info on all these languages, except La'adan whose presence on the web
seems very meagre.
>Also, what differences, if any, of CONLANG, AUXLANG, ARTLANG or are they
>all the same?
CONLANG means any constructed language, or on this list more often a
AUXLANG means any language used as an auxiliary between different groups of
speakers; it may be a natlang, e.g. English, Swahili, Latin, Koine Greek
etc, or a conlang like Volapu"k or Esperanto.
An ARTLANG is a conlang constructed as a 'work of art', so to speak, like
Tolkien's Quenya & Sindarin.