Talk in your conlang

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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Caravilcius » Wed 23 Jun 2010 9:08 pm

¡Avé!
Daufe ha hist'olliránum a ferenelden, i mes kaubio, Avorentio. Hett fýlunnin (i bêt garqnilgánad howada):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vq13G5rNYU
Fartekkáta h-ollireg il errákiri: http://avorenta.uw.hu

Hello!
I made a news riprt in my conlang Avorenta with one of my friend. You can see it here (sorry for the bad sound quality):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vq13G5rNYU
Detailed information on the language: http://avorenta.uw.hu
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Cthulhu » Thu 24 Jun 2010 3:56 am

შიკიაყ! კა ჯირიქანი ჰარიწიღ ყაბაკ ღალან სორყიმი რანი სითე.

Welcome! I hope the newcomers have a good time on the site.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Kloiten » Thu 24 Jun 2010 3:59 am

Caravilcius wrote:¡Avé!
Daufe ha hist'olliránum a ferenelden, i mes kaubio, Avorentio. Hett fýlunnin (i bêt garqnilgánad howada):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vq13G5rNYU
Fartekkáta h-ollireg il errákiri: http://avorenta.uw.hu


I like this. I like the fluent rapidity at which you are talking. The language itself sounds very Hungarian to my Russian ears, but I guess that's just the influence of the double acute accented letters in the subtitles. Over all, great job!
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Kloiten » Thu 24 Jun 2010 4:11 am

Cthulhu wrote:შიკიაყ! კა ჯირიქანი ჰარიწიღ ყაბაკ ღალან სორყიმი რანი სითე.

Welcome! I hope the newcomers have a good time on the site.


Rūšni našatur.
I hope for the same.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Caravilcius » Thu 24 Jun 2010 8:39 pm

Cthulhu wrote:შიკიაყ! კა ჯირიქანი ჰარიწიღ ყაბაკ ღალან სორყიმი რანი სითე.


I kaubál Mchedrul'iskidáns ivema sêvinde. ¡Iskén votán! ¿Feltat vereó?
"Šik'iaq'! Ka dzirikani harits'iğ q'agak' ğalan sorq'imi rani site"
¿Unkaśś i tis kauba hi geworgijálama f' i kaukázijál errákame? ¿For il úcórán i ჱ ჲ ჵ ჳ ჴ orvidisse?, gan nógyste l-Omniglotelwixóro.

I like this idea to use the Mkhedruli alphabet for a conlang. That's a beautiful script! Did I read it correctly?
"Šik'iaq'! Ka dzirikani harits'iğ q'agak' ğalan sorq'imi rani site"
Is your conlang related to Georgian or the Caucasian languages? What is the pronounciation on the letters ჱ ჲ ჵ ჳ ჴ? I can't find it on the Omniglot page.


Kloiten wrote:I like this. I like the fluent rapidity at which you are talking. The language itself sounds very Hungarian to my Russian ears, but I guess that's just the influence of the double acute accented letters in the subtitles. Over all, great job!


Valte!
Avorenta c-unkaśś i wengazáma, ak gan corgat, ogo h-erraknifat. Is rómiltán eś i wengazis e polxas qwixeg, doz tafiddeó h-úhojpen i daulimum (ű > ý), dé mőr elorrgimóro bêtat ö-rilt.

Thank you!
Avorenta is related to Hungarian, but not in its words but in its grammar. Its romanization is a mixture of the Hungarian and the Polish one, though I tried to avoid the double acute (ű > ý), because it appears incorrectly on many computers.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Alisbet » Thu 24 Jun 2010 9:05 pm

Aver'di fa gra'de Fin'landae: It is nice here in Finland in Kumori Language.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Cthulhu » Sat 26 Jun 2010 6:43 pm

Caravilcius wrote:I like this idea to use the Mkhedruli alphabet for a conlang. That's a beautiful script! Did I read it correctly?
"Šik'iaq'! Ka dzirikani harits'iğ q'agak' ğalan sorq'imi rani site"
Is your conlang related to Georgian or the Caucasian languages? What is the pronounciation on the letters ჱ ჲ ჵ ჳ ჴ? I can't find it on the Omniglot page.



Currently I am on a computer which does not support Mkhedruli, so I cannot see what you are gesturing at. My conlang has a page on the conlangery board, I call it Çirkin Khena.

I am entering an immersion course in French and I will not be on Omniglot for the entire month of July, so don't try to contact me then. Thanks for your kind words! The conlang is not explicitly based on Georgian but I wanted to give it a caucasian "feel".
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Cthulhu » Sun 04 Jul 2010 6:11 pm

Actually, I arrived at the camp a week ago and we do have a bit of time on computers, so I can answer questions and stuff.

Also, ჱ ჲ ჵ ჳ ჴ are obsolete letters used in old georgian, they are called

ჱ: he [ei] or [ej]
ჲ: hie [i] or [j]
ჵ: hoe [o:]
ჳ: vie [ui] or[uj]
ჴ: qar [q] or [qʰ]
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby Alisbet » Mon 05 Jul 2010 4:16 pm

hore dia gida d'a finland: The sun is shining in Finland in the ceorzani language, it is so fascinating.
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Re: Talk in your conlang

Postby shreypete » Tue 06 Jul 2010 7:27 pm

Zeer nette su sejra elliga taaler hier! - Very nice to see all sorts of new languages here!
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