Talk in your conlang

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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Tikolm » Wed 19 Sep 2012 3:39 pm

I'm afraid this little announcement won't be in a conlang, but it's important to me to warn everyone. There has been a large influx of spam users lately, and their links may contain computer viruses so please, please don't click on them. I'll try to let Simon know that he should do something, but until then just try to ignore the spam. Okay? :)
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby benny335 » Wed 24 Oct 2012 4:19 pm

Auffen:
Ein, 439-Fich jüeze ist kichflauSich kohün.
Train 439 is now departing on track 3.
Ein, Sheif gachenmuss westaer Kansachfich ist klich.
You must have a valid ticket to ride.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Anoran » Thu 25 Oct 2012 7:22 am

decemarietis wrote:Ao prifiri 'i' qua 'j', let cuentri ní Romanceje!
I prefer 'i' to 'j', it doesn't look like Romance!


So beno! So imitaro quidamae linguiae Scandanavian. Vul asiva vonum forta entra plut du umlauts? :lol:
<It-MASC1 is good-NOM-MASC1! It-MASC1 imitates-NOM-MASC1 some-GEN-NEUT1 languages-NEUT1 Scandanavian. Will-ACC add in-NOM-MASC1 you-ACC-MASC3 maybe-MASC1 inside-MASC1 more of umlauts?
<Of course! It seems like some Scandanavian languages. Will you maybe add in some umlauts?>

benny335 wrote:Ein, Sheif gachenmuss westaer Kansachfich ist klich.
You must have a valid ticket to ride.


Lemme see if I've got this right, Benny.

Ein, sif gachen wetaer Kansachfich! Nicht ist Scheflein klausin!
<Please, I have a valid ticket! Don't close the doors!> (I don't know your language's word for 'not', so I substituted in some German.)
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Tikolm » Tue 18 Dec 2012 5:26 am

[ll] Dei seo ster a lith.
[ti] Ro zo xozas xōs dluqo.
[en] I should be in bed.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby choc_pud » Wed 19 Dec 2012 8:30 pm

Conolìan: Tys ungnérh nyiagh, tysn? (It is raining again, is it not?)

Gàràin: Ghaidgh, seò nà Abhalȝ! (Well, it is England!)

:ugeek:
Dyfal donc a dyr y garreg, ydy?
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby mousefire55 » Wed 09 Jan 2013 5:23 am

Dän Nrätšø wehönë ën yënto äyä žälög «Dän vøër ös dän xehä härä Yähärä».
IPA: /dαn n.rαt.šjiαω wi.'ho.nε εn jεn.to α'jα 'žα.log dαn 'vjiαω.εr os dαn 'xi.hα 'hα.rα jα'hα.rα/
(I used š and ž for their respective post-alveolar fricatives, along with using ω to represent a near-close near-back rounded vowel.)

Meaning: The Gods looked on us and said: "The water of the magnificent river Yahara".
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby census » Wed 04 Sep 2013 10:57 pm

Please explain what a conlang is and what conlanging is. Thanks
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Dan_ad_nauseam » Thu 05 Sep 2013 12:38 am

census wrote:Please explain what a conlang is and what conlanging is. Thanks


"Constructed Language"

A conlang is any artificially designed language, regardless of purpose. Probably the most famous are Esperanto and Klingon. The Conlanging forum is for people to present and discuss conlangs.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Täzari » Sun 11 May 2014 5:44 pm

Tikolm wrote:Before all the old threads got deleted, there was a thread called something like "talk in your conlang" for people to say things to each other in their conlangs. I thought it was interesting and I am posting this thread to continue it. Here's what I have to say: Zia izokel mi cusme zōl ziel izokelol zo mi tik qapa. (Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.)


Bæ Tiklom! Kagæþkonpa nun in þaje forume a baksalti oti śui postad atta ælśakattelśunad a bilśælukamitaiþit! Þaś är bikśe bilzaktefål in lözusöteli:

Hi Tiklom! I've just registered in this forum and I really think your post is very interesting and I would like to continue it! This is a short conversation in Lözusöteli:

Iggæ danär kharri! - Today is cold indeed!
Zako, pe eekæ faśt pinśos kharrteri. Bkarazon ot þit lazæka.... - That's true, but yesterday was way colder. I thought it would snow....
Är elbike śkissi hvaþos. Etsaśśakikedomen mélpatad. - It's still too soon. We'll have to wait the white month (end of September).
Ræhaktæśede enśké är hvå debbéś lit kæbbtera.

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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Ikin » Thu 22 May 2014 10:34 pm

Eskowalan langoìkk /εsko'valan lanço'ik/

Ë wulpi cyt kowa pidhinik opoi ë xànidi okner.

/æ 'vulpi 'çyt̪ 'kova pi'ðinix 'opoi æ 'ʝanidi 'oknεʁ/

"The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog". I like this sentence because it has so many different elements of grammar - nouns, adjective, verbs, etc. :)

Lit. the fox quick brown leaped over the dog lazy

Ë - neuter 'the', similar to Latin "un".
Wulpi - neuter of 'fox'
Xaanidi - neuter of 'dog'
Pidhinik - past of 'pidhinea (to leap)'
Yeah, well, that's just like, your opinion, man.
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