KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby VROOR » Fri 11 Dec 2009 8:13 pm

Vocabularies:

받랒주‧балацу, child
옥훋루‧охулу, boy
깆제‧кицэ, girl

밣갏라‧баркарла, thank you
삐옛마‧пиесма, song
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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Sat 12 Dec 2009 1:00 am

*Facepalm*

I got the 2 topics mixed up! Sorry!

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby VROOR » Sat 12 Dec 2009 8:55 pm

Serali wrote:*Facepalm*

I got the 2 topics mixed up! Sorry!


It is ok, no worries.
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Merry Christmas

Postby VROOR » Fri 25 Dec 2009 12:03 pm

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Merry Christmas
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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Fri 25 Dec 2009 9:01 pm

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Rhamos Vhailejh » Sat 26 Dec 2009 12:36 am

This is a really cool language, Vroor. I've taken the time to read through the entire thread, and I like it. The words are simple, and easy to pronounce, and they sound great. Could you maybe talk a bit about verb conjugation?

Niin hjeivajim Kråstmäss.
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To: Rhamos Vhailejh

Postby VROOR » Mon 28 Dec 2009 6:13 am

Rhamos Vhailejh wrote:Could you maybe talk a bit about verb conjugation?


In Karažun, there are two types of verbs: those which conjugate and, those which do not conjugate. Of those which conjugate, each verb has a rule unto itself, and thus, the conjugation has to be learnt by heart. For example, the verb "to be":

haštam, am (first-person singular usage)
haštur, are (for all humanoid plural usages)
hašti, is (for all humanoid third-person singular usages)
baina, is/are (for all non-humanoid third-person singular and plural usages)

As the above example presented, the word "baina" is a verb which does not conjugate whilst the "hašt-" is a verb of which is conjugated.
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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Rhamos Vhailejh » Mon 28 Dec 2009 6:32 am

So then would "noyal haštam" mean "I am Christmas?" lol :D
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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby Serali » Mon 28 Dec 2009 6:45 am

Funny. :D

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Re: KARAŽUN - A Pseudo-Manchu Conlang

Postby VROOR » Mon 28 Dec 2009 11:05 am

Rhamos Vhailejh wrote:So then would "noyal haštam" mean "I am Christmas?"


Yes...
...but why would one say that in the first place?

I mean, saying "noyal išmiman baina" (My name is Christmas) is odd enough...
...saying "noyal haštam" is just beyond any logical answers...
...then again, this is the
"Twilight Zone"
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