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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Rhamos Vhailejh » Fri 21 May 2010 11:40 pm

[Seissa'mikanön meikki? Seissa'kottanön veikji? Skissa'månön jajjölji. Seissa'njella seissampi sissatål'llehjeiluyri.]
[Why do we what? Where do we when? Noes knows for sure. We need to go from being we, to and by way of our inner light.]
This is a short rhyming paragraph in Duojjin which expresses my frustrations about the evils of humanity from my own weird perspective.

[Hvæf yk mi jaþyr hvar? Hvwr yk mi jaþyr hvenar? Njetyr kmeir fø vysyk. Jaþyr hafar a pœr fœm kiyn jaþyr, til jl yb leið van aþyndt iykk rä.]
This is a translation of the above Duojjin text into Nåðykk. Doesn't really have the same impact, I think.

[Teina kreiåajjinessaešška hjeivajim pöškan, kyrrhessö.] :)
[Bwvlykk yrkja myt tandt krä-lengyr, ållymyʃ.] :)
[Nice work on your conlangs, everyone.] :)
~ Rhamos Vhailejh
Antellieksijim arrvvi'keödetval kyrrhessö'ällkunnön. Tuntooi'åhešška hänessa'etevåmus. Suuluejj køramiienjim tyysyvöl'työjennön.
Projects: Old Dwojin (discontinued), Modern Duojjin, Pзhowз, Elemental, and an unnamed conlang (hiatus)
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Gesithan » Sun 23 May 2010 8:10 pm

Tha' knows, I would be interested in knowing how "Heanseygiś", a native Higgish word, is rendered in Tikolmian. So far, "-iś" becomes "-il", but that's about it. Does Tikolmian even allow such diphtongs and syllabic structure? Probably something like "Hun's Egg Ill."

And credits to Rhamos for creating what I think is an a priori conlang that looks very germanic, but isn't.

End creditan Rhamos fyr a-priori concweđan creatan eit I ŧincan Ghermanic agytan, bit isnyt.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Cthulhu » Sun 23 May 2010 8:54 pm

Ållyr tyngmår er gød.

Þið øtgyler jek, eg ypætð af vøk ðu seðt ænn til þið.

Everybody's languages are good.

It amazes me, the amount of work you guys put into this.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Tikolm » Mon 24 May 2010 12:12 am

Oh, sorry, I didn't translate the word for Higgish right. I didn't know how the clusters and things were pronounced. Now that I know I will try to come up with a different word.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby alpha-omega » Wed 26 May 2010 6:02 pm

Native: Turkish
Fluent: English
Learning: Greek
Have ideas about: German, Spanish, Finnish, French
Can read: Russian, Greek
Creating: Aiením, Vi Söllidäävin
Want to learn: Irish, Welsh
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby XshadowX » Tue 01 Jun 2010 3:37 am

Widono acrobip mytono.
(WIHD-OH-NOH AH-CROH-BIHP MEYE-TOH-NOH)

I see acrobats dancing.

This is in Funto-Zantu which I develed as Pre-Zantu to preceed Zantu. Zantu might be posted on here.

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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Alisbet » Tue 01 Jun 2010 5:56 am

Well, If i have to say something in my ceorzani language, it would be like this.

cial fajor aritama ling d'a inglot: My son speaks the english language.

I hope that you like it.
Power of People is stronger than People in Power.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Cthulhu » Wed 02 Jun 2010 1:00 am

Þið fyrdisj ad vis hæf sumr ny fålk ag eg seððt. Valkømmen!

It seems that we have some new people on the site. Welcome!
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Gesithan » Wed 02 Jun 2010 4:25 pm

Abráxumí wedhan pákuwälsö llu .
Abraxian language begun making within this week

I have begun work on Abraxan, a language isolate spoken by a minority culture, the Abraxians (better known as a friend and his friends). It is an OVS order language and is spoken by an extremely xenophobic culture. For instance, their word for "Higgish" is Hansigiš, because the Higgish are the only foreign culture they really respect. Their word for everybody else is Thimkwo, aka "Dumbass". The language has a limited tonal structre, umlaut for low-tone, blank for middle, and accent for high-tone.

Ić mycel spraćen, byt Ić ŕoses sclen ridung.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Alisbet » Wed 02 Jun 2010 4:33 pm

Here is another sentence in my conlang ceorzani: cirave artimae

In english it means: good morning
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