Serali wrote:If you honestly didn't want any "off topic" discussions on this thread you should've said so in the first post.
It is an issue of my own that I have overlooked and, I am not blaming anyone but myself; nevertheless, this problem with myself is causing me issues with this thread's tidiness as it has two topics instead of the originally intented one.
Serali wrote:But since you did mention the Manchu language I think you should've realized that someone was going to bring it up and discuss it.
The references to the term Manchu
is only in Pseudo-Manchu
which means it is not Manchurian, and in the linguistical sources
of which is no different from English has Latin words (but English is not Latin).
Serali wrote:All you had to do was to say that you didn't want to discuss it and go on with posting about Karažun.
post a message that, this thread is about Karažun and, not Manchurian. It is just I have lost
my motivations of which, I have to find them back one way or another.
Serali wrote:I thought it was amazing to see such a language in the works because I don't think ( AFAIK ) something like this has been done before.
Thank you for the compliment and support.
Serali wrote:I'm interested in seeing the rest of this. Please reconsider. It's not fair to deny people who come across this thread from learning about this language.
I am not denying anyone access to know Karažun, nor have I gave-up on it. I just need to regain my motivations for presenting it here. It is not easy for me to bear when my first attempt in sharing ended up like this. Thus, for now, consider this thread dead. When I have regained my motivations, I will continue to share (perhaps, in a new thread with a better title and, more clearer messages on what to discuss
Serali wrote:Also I think you should submit the script to Omniglot. It's beautiful.
Karažun uses the same, although simplified, script as the Manchurian use. I can make a script-chart image of the "karažun i manžu bithum
" but, I thought the FAQ
stated that only those which interests the founder of Omniglot will be posted on the Omniglot, the rest will remain as they are.
Since I have not yet received any hint that, Karažun is of any interests to the founder of Omniglot, I am not sure making a script-chart will actually be posted on the Omniglot. Besides, it is just an adoptation of the Manchurian Script.