kyonides wrote:And besides collecting info about those dead natlangs and conlangs, what do you do with them? Are you working on a story? Are you trying to simulate that they are revived by some conpeople in some conworld?
IJzeren Jan wrote:Hello Janko! Long time...
I have actually been wondering about this: when do you call a language a "language"? During my teens, I've created several conlangs, but to tell you the truth, they weren't much more than the number 1-10. At present, I wouldn't call them "conlangs", because they were really nothing more than very basic sketches.
And what do you mean by "dead"? I haven't actively worked on Wenedyk for over two years now, but does that make it dead? I wouldn't think so. I would just say that it with a fairly complete grammar, a dictionary of some 4000 words and a rather considerable text corpus, it is big enough for what it was meant to become. I might add some text in it every now and then, but I basically consider it finished.
Here is my own small collection of numbers in various Slavic nat-, art- and auxlangs: KLIK! I'm sure you'll find something new. If you have Slavic numbers that are missing, then I would appreciate it muchly if you'd send them to me.
Elijah wrote:The Giant language I worked on for my brother. Very simple stuff. I based it on various Austronesian things.
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