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Cedtán

Postby XshadowX » Sat 16 Jan 2010 1:42 am

This is my made up language out of several others called Cedtán (Cehdtahn).

It is as well my most recent con-lang. So there is still some work on it. When I get enough done to it, I will post more about it. However I can post some of the alphabet.

A - ay
Á - ah
B - buh
C - Ceh
D - Duh
E - Eh
É - EE
F - FEH
G - GOO
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Re: Cedtán

Postby kaenif » Sat 16 Jan 2010 5:30 pm

XshadowX wrote:This is my made up language out of several others called Cedtán (Cehdtahn).

It is as well my most recent con-lang. So there is still some work on it. When I get enough done to it, I will post more about it. However I can post some of the alphabet.

A - ay
Á - ah
B - buh
C - Ceh
D - Duh
E - Eh
É - EE
F - FEH
G - GOO

Is C pronounced like ch in cheese (/ʧ/), ts in tsar (/ʦ/) or a normal s (/s/)?
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Re: Cedtán

Postby linguoboy » Sat 16 Jan 2010 6:33 pm

kaenif wrote:Is C pronounced like ch in cheese (/ʧ/), ts in tsar (/ʦ/) or a normal s (/s/)?

Or perhaps hard (i.e. [k]) as in Quenya and Sindarin, interdental (i.e. [θ]) as in Castilian, voiced and pre-palatal (i.e. [ʤ]) as in Turkish, or fully palatal (i.e. [c]) as in Gaelic?
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Re: Cedtán

Postby XshadowX » Sun 17 Jan 2010 8:00 pm

c is pronounced as in S. Also, there are 2 writing systems to Cedtán. English alphabet with symbols on top of it and a writing system i believe based on devanagari by but a little different.
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Re: Cedtán

Postby linguoboy » Mon 18 Jan 2010 3:37 am

XshadowX wrote:c is pronounced as in S.

So then how is S pronounced?
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Re: Cedtán

Postby kaenif » Mon 18 Jan 2010 4:16 am

XshadowX wrote:c is pronounced as in S.

A normal s? Or does it come with /k/? (i.e. Soft and hard c)
XshadowX wrote:a writing system i believe based on devanagari by but a little different.

Does it mark vowels like Devanagari or shaped like it? :)
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Re: Cedtán

Postby XshadowX » Mon 18 Jan 2010 4:29 pm

Normal S sound. There is no s in the alphabet.

EDIT:

At some point I will post a picture of the alphabet. Because the letters don't have accent marks to it.
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Re: Cedtán

Postby Kloiten » Sun 24 Jan 2010 4:07 am

Continuing with the question...
Could you at least give us an English word that has this enigmatic S sound in it?
And for all of the other sounds, for that matter?
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Re: Cedtán

Postby XshadowX » Tue 26 Jan 2010 9:57 pm

That alphabet is a prototype. I have finished the new alphabet along with:

2 writing systems (Modified Latin Alphabet 2, Hitkotá, and a written form of the words like hebrew shalom except not using crazy symbols)

I will be posting pictures of the alphabet as soon as I can get them. Then I will post lessons on it.


Edit: If, Simon, you are willing to do so, delete this topic. As soon as i have alphabet pictures i will create another topic that will include [pictures on the first post.
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Re: Cedtán

Postby XshadowX » Mon 22 Feb 2010 3:52 am

Sorry for double-posting but it won't let me edit my old post. I have lost the papers for this language a little while ago. So i am unable to post more about the language. I have how ever thought of a new language that i might post on here. This time i will put/make the files on the computer so i don't loose them.
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