IJzeren Jan wrote:
Hello Janko! Long time...
I have actually been wondering about this: when do you call a language a "language"? During my teens, I've created several conlangs, but to tell you the truth, they weren't much more than the number 1-10. At present, I wouldn't call them "conlangs", because they were really nothing more than very basic sketches.
And what do you mean by "dead"? I haven't actively worked on Wenedyk
for over two years now, but does that make it dead? I wouldn't think so. I would just say that it with a fairly complete grammar, a dictionary of some 4000 words and a rather considerable text corpus, it is big enough for what it was meant to become. I might add some text in it every now and then, but I basically consider it finished.
Here is my own small collection of numbers in various Slavic nat-, art- and auxlangs: KLIK!
I'm sure you'll find something new. If you have Slavic numbers that are missing, then I would appreciate it muchly if you'd send them to me.
Thank you for your message.
I would like to tell what I meant when I said in this thread to have in my collection marked some extinct conlangs
Perhaps I wrongly called, ie all those languages that are created by conlangers which they create some conlang in the future, and now they never used either in its files.
Thanks for the link sent to the numbers in several Slavic languages.
I wish you a lot of success at your work!