Re: Thylean, continued
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 17, 2000, 16:15|
En réponse à Dan Jones <feuchard@...>:
> Christophe Grandsire wrote:
> > I only have two now, Reman and "Roumant". But "Roumant" is not
> > the final name
> > the language will have, because I don't want to derive its name from
> > again. So I'm looking for something better. For now, I know that
> > the name of the
> > language will end in -ósc /os/, corresponding to French
> > -ais/-ois, Spanish -és,
> And Arveunan -eic /EjS/, the native form of "Arveunan" as a language is
> I have a gif of a map of southern Gallia, complete with Latin names,
> is where I got Arveuna (the Arvernes -> Arvelnia --> Arveugna -->
> from. I can send it across to you if you want.
Please do! You'll be very welcome! That's exactly the kind of material I was
looking for! :) Thanks!
Some of tha names are
> illegible, so if you're stuck for place-names, why not do what I did for
> Loisac, the Arveunan capital. I took loucto-, Gaulish for "lightning"
> added -iac to it, a common place-name suffix to give Lo(u)ctiac -->
> This is why one of the national symbols of Arveuna is a two headed eagle
> holding four lighning bolts.