KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Wed 09 Dec 2009 1:45 am

감사합니다!

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby VROOR » Wed 09 Dec 2009 5:59 pm

Serali wrote:감사합니다!


My pleasure and, you are welcome. However, I am not found of the korean language actually.
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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Thu 10 Dec 2009 3:56 am

Well for me it's my favorite language.

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby VROOR » Thu 10 Dec 2009 9:31 pm

Каражуний Серилибитхум:

doštu дошту
doštu man доштуман
doštu çi доштуций
doštu ža доштужа
doštu me доштумэ
doštu dan доштудан

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Fri 11 Dec 2009 12:27 am

Ah Cyrillic! I was wondering when you were going to do that one next.

And the translation of the words?

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby VROOR » Fri 11 Dec 2009 2:59 am

Serali wrote:the translation of the words?


The post I made here on 06, Dec. 2009, 00:22 has already presented the meaning of these words; nevertheless, I'll post them in the following again:


The Possessives:
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doštu friend
doštu man my friend
doštu çi your (singular) friend
doštu ža his/her/its friend
doštu me our friend
doštu dan their friend
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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Fri 11 Dec 2009 3:45 am

Thanks I had forgotten you did.

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Samanistic Sample

Postby VROOR » Fri 11 Dec 2009 3:56 am

The Four Different Writing-Systems of Karažun:

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운니 엘루 밴나、
운니 엘루 밴나。
헨니 아 짤라 발람이 쎕베 밴나。
운니 낼라、운니 낼라、
낼라이 훌라。
운니 훌라만、
핀내 똔나만。

Уни эру байна,
Уни эру байна.
Хэни а жара барамий шэбэ байна.
Уни найра, Уни найра,
Найраий хура.
Уни хураман,
Финай тонаман.

uni eru baina,
uni eru baina.
heni a žara baram i šebe baina.
uni naira, uni naira,
naira i hura.
uni hura man,
finai tona man.
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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Fri 11 Dec 2009 4:15 am

Since you said that there were four different writing systems I'm guessing that the Arabic adaptation to it isn't official?

I like nonetheless.

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby VROOR » Fri 11 Dec 2009 4:22 am

Serali wrote:Since you said that there were four different writing systems I'm guessing that the Arabic adaptation to it isn't official?


The Perso-Arabic Script was adopted as a secondary writing-system for Birehesi Dirmimi and NOT for Karažun. Karažun has only four writing-systems and, one chinese-transliteration method.
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