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Birehesi Dirmimi

Postby VROOR » Sun 22 Nov 2009 4:30 pm

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birehesi dirmimi
The Birehesi Language

The Birehesi Language was a project which started and then died ten years ago; however, recently I am working on reviving as well as revising this conlang of mine. This conlang is one of the most devoloped languages of mine which also uses the Manchurian Script as its writing-system.

The followings are some of the common greetings in birehesi dirmimi:
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marbade good-morning
mararita good-day, hello
maribhide good-afternoon
marimire good-evening
mararamsa good-night
himdade good-bye
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More Examples

Postby VROOR » Sun 22 Nov 2009 4:46 pm

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sa ise a mase tai
How are you?

In speech, sa ise a mase tai is actually pronounced as s'is'a mas'tai.


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mase bi mare
I am fine.

In speech, mase bi mare is pronounced as mas'bi mar (the "r" in birehesi dirmimi is always trilled).


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sirase tai
thank you

In speech, sirase tai is pronounced as siras'tai (in birehesi dirmimi, the "e" can be silent in the end position, in other positions the "e" is pronounced the Manchurian way).


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misihe ise taide ribi
What is your name?

In speech, the above phrase is pronounced as m'sihis' taid'ribi (in birehesi dirmimi, the "mi" as the start of a word can become a nasal-sound).


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biti ribi ise...
my name is...

In speech, this phrase is pronounced as biti ribi's'....
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SAMPLE CONVERSATION

Postby VROOR » Mon 23 Nov 2009 12:59 pm

Sample Conversation
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mararita. sa ise a mase tai?
mararita. mase bi mare, sirase tai.
ire hidibe taide?
ideha mare, sirase tai.
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The Numbers 1~10

Postby VROOR » Mon 23 Nov 2009 6:28 pm

These are the Numbers (from 1~10) of Birehesi Dirmimi:

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01. ari
02. hema
03. hesedi
04. baita
05. bami
06. haha
07. himire
08. imsehe
09. setihe
10. hirhe
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A Sample Saying

Postby VROOR » Wed 25 Nov 2009 6:36 pm

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hehedirem habi he, hehedirem riyere he
strange times, strange actions

during odd situations, odd solutions will be needed and,
any odd deeds will thus be acceptible during this time
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Re: Birehesi Dirmimi

Postby Serali » Thu 26 Nov 2009 12:27 am

Once again you have amazed me.

You really like the Manchurian script don't you?

I don't blame you it's gorgeous. I have several scripts based on it.

Also is this an adaptation to the Manchurian script? Because I'm noticing diacritic marks that I haven't seen before ( when you have time I would like to see a chart ).

I love it.

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To: Serali

Postby VROOR » Thu 26 Nov 2009 12:28 pm

Serali wrote:You really like the Manchurian script don't you?


I am found of the manchu script because it denotes certain sounds better than the traditional mongol script. However, this does not mean I am intoxicated by the manch script that, I cannot see the beauties in other writing systems.

Serali wrote:I don't blame you it's gorgeous. I have several scripts based on it.


Actually, I am curious about those scripts of yours. Shall you not mind to share, please do post a thread about your works. Thank you.

Serali wrote:Also is this an adaptation to the Manchurian script? Because I'm noticing diacritic marks that I haven't seen before ( when you have time I would like to see a chart ).


Truth is, those diacritic markers do exist in the manchu script, and thus, this adoptation of the manchu script is a direct unaltered adoptation (even the phonologies are unaltered).
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Re: Birehesi Dirmimi

Postby Serali » Thu 26 Nov 2009 6:55 pm

About the script, I didn't know that.

That's why I asked. And at the moment I don't have a scanner but as soon as I get one I'll post the scripts. All the images of my scripts that I've posted so far are from sometime ago.

I'm hoping I'll get it in time for Christmas but Idk, we'll see.

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To: Serali

Postby VROOR » Fri 27 Nov 2009 1:42 pm

Serali wrote:I don't have a scanner but as soon as I get one I'll post the scripts. All the images of my scripts that I've posted so far are from sometime ago.

I'm hoping I'll get it in time for Christmas but Idk, we'll see.


Christmas? Bah, humbug! Just save money, and then, you can buy a scanner. I have no faith in Christmas. Bah, humbug!
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Re: Birehesi Dirmimi

Postby Serali » Fri 27 Nov 2009 7:27 pm

Even so atm I don't have a place to put it.

And Idk why you don't have faith in Christmas but you should. It's a wonderful time of year.

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