Serali wrote:*Reads above response*
That's insane! And you know every character?!
Not every character existed in this language, for that I need to use the hand-made dictionary made by my mentor. I am only fluent in the characters needed for rituals and rites and a few other daily terms.
Sobekhotep wrote:VROOR wrote:Where chinese language has a word for man, this language has words (written differently, pronounced differently) for: man, young man, old man, strange man, wounded man, sick man, evil man, good man, married man, single man, lewd man, weak man, man of power, man of wealth, poor man, man of the destiny of fire, man of the destiny of water, man of the destiny of wind, man of the destiny of soil, possessed man, religious man, spiritual man, holy man...etc. And the same goes for the word woman and boy as well as girl.
Well, Chinese has words for all of those, too. Did you mean to say that this "language" has separate characters for all of those concepts?
Right, this language has separate characters for each of those words where chinese needs to express with more than one characters. Thank you for this correction, I should have used the term characters and not words.