I suppose one man's eclecticism, if broad enough, is bound to overlap
another's. I visited your website and was especially thrilled to see your
interest in astronomy as well as conlanging. I share both of these
interests myself (see my own rather eclectic collection of pages at
I will be 58 in a few weeks and have been at the art of constructing
languages, off and on, for about 45 of those years. Until about a year ago
I only had one conlang, amman iar (see
www.graywizard.net/Conlinguistics/amman_iar/amman_iar.htm) which I have been
maturing for most of that time. Like omeina, amman iar is an ergative
language. In the last year I have attempted, sometimes successfully, but
often frustratedly, to create two related languages (forendar and nathya),
but neither is progressing particularly well at the moment.
I must admit that I find both Alarieston and omeina particularly pleasing
myself (they could easily be borrowed into amman iar). I'm looking forward
to a web presence for omeina and any tidbits that you might share with us
Once again, welcome to our little community.
David E. Bell
The Gray Wizard
elivas en ishron ordelmar cotronian
Wisdom begins in wonder.