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CONLANG August 2013, Week 2

Subject:

A traveller's report in Buruya Nzaysa

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Mon, 12 Aug 2013 21:11:44 +0200

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I translated a fairly long text into Buruya Nzaysa recently. Originally, 
I had envisioned to use it as the starting text for one of the next 
conlang relays, but it's too long for that (previous relays have usually 
started with texts of about a quarter the size), so I'm posting it here 
as an annotated translation instead, and I also recommend it as a great 
translation challenge for all ambitious conlangers.

The text is a slightly adapted version of Marco Polo's description of 
alligators in Yunnan (~1298; 
http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Travels_of_Marco_Polo/Book_2/Chapter_49). 
I'm splitting it into four sections to try and avoid a TL;DR reaction on 
your part. I'm also cross-posting it to my blog 
(http://audmanh.wordpress.com/) Anyway, here's section one:



Nzɔ ɛma bura

Sah ni tsə tavlɛ nzɔ ɛma bura roni, ño u rudi mvomu ri ta’oh rabɛ lu 
mɛsə ada pɛmo, o ño u rifə mvomu ri wɛ’oh owa lu ivrɛ ome ñugɛ oltəña. 
Tiya podɔ ovla rɛ sah emodo ño u lamu o mɛgɔ kwə ntsa muda.

Ɛ’i’ɔxa rumɛ rɛ saxa ɔ rɔ kəlu ah lamu modo, o rɛ saxa ɔ raxolbo yɛni ah 
asi ñolu. Saxa mɛsu lo əmo ɔ ñe bitsi mvɔ mvunɛ, dal saxa ño lo xol ayru 
tsɛga ɔ munanɔ ño u tali. Sə lo əmo ayru ɔ tətsɔ ntsa, o saxa lo soldu ɔ 
suni ah ulpi sopsə. Sə lo mab ɔ ñavra mvomu ri esa ñalta leda ɔ ru sewe 
inzɔ, o sa ɔ tselɔ ño u silvo olda. Nte’a, esah nzɔ mvɔwa ño u kili o 
rifə kwə muda xutsɔ olah ɔra maldɔ o əña kwə u nzɔ payu o lesəgɔ.



The great serpents

In this province are found great serpents of such vast size as to strike 
fear into those who see them, and so hideous that the very account of 
them must excite the wonder of those to hear it. I will tell you how 
long and big they are.

You may be assured that some of them are ten paces in length, and in 
bulk they are equal to a great cask. They have two short forelegs near 
the head, but for foot nothing but claws like those of a hawk. The head 
is very big, and the eyes are bigger than apples. The mouth is large 
enough to swallow a man whole, and is garnished with great pointed 
teeth. And in short they are so fierce-looking and so hideously ugly 
that every man and beast must stand in fear and trembling of them.



Well, let's start analyzing the text sentence by sentence:



Sah          ni   tsə      tavlɛ           nzɔ     ɛma     bura    roni,
NULL.AUX-3PL in.3 that.ACC far_away_region TOP.NOM serpent notable dwell
In that region dwell great serpents,

ño   u         rudi  mvomu        ri      ta’oh        rabɛ     lu 
mɛsə    ada  pɛmo,
as.3 INDEF.NOM giant enough_for.3 SUB.NOM INCH.AUX-2PL during.3 DEF.ACC 
meet.VN to.3 fear
so much like giants that you begin to be afraid when you encounter them,

o   ño   u         rifə  mvomu        ri      wɛ’oh       owa     lu 
   ivrɛ  ome    ñugɛ    oltəña.
and as.3 INDEF.NOM scary enough_for.3 SUB.NOM FUT.AUX-2PL after.3 
DEF.ACC story from.1 about.3 be_fascinated
and so scary that you will be fascinated after my story about them.


The very first sentence of the text already posed a significant 
challenge, twice: How does Buruya Nzaysa express a conditional clause 
that is not dependent on another clause, but on the degree to which an 
attributive noun fits its referent? In the English version of the text 
that I translated from, the structure in question was expressed in two 
different ways: 'of such vast size as to...' (using a preposition + 
infinitive construction dependent on a noun that is itself the object of 
a preposition), and 'so hideous that...' (using a complement clause 
dependent on a predicate adjective). Buruya Nzaysa does not distinguish 
between nouns and adjectives, so I decided that these constructions 
could be seen as logically equivalent, and would both be expressed in 
the same way here. But how? At first I decided to coin an adverb mvɔwa 
'so much, to such an extent' (from Ndak Ta mbopm 'enough'), to which a 
normal complement clause would be added. Then I realized that complement 
clauses act like nouns, and nouns can't be subordinated to adverbs 
directly, so I added the genitive/circumstantial preposition u in 
between: mvɔwa u ri.... This felt semantically natural ('enough of it 
that...'), but it had two minor disadvantages: Firstly, this use of u 
relies on an older benefactive/purposive sense that has otherwise been 
lost, and secondly the precise sequence of words is a bit clumsy to 
pronounce for a probably fairly common construction. The solution I 
found was to treat the first part of the phrase as a single phonological 
word in the parent language already - mbopm wau, which would regularly 
evolve into mvomu in Buruya Nzaysa. Since this is an ordinary 
preposition, it can simply take a complement clause as its object.

Another thing to note is the parallel structure of the two conditional 
complement clauses, with two nominalized verbs as the objects of 
prepositions, and with each of these two nominalized verbs expressing 
their own patient/theme as a stranded preposition with an implicit 3rd 
person object: rabɛ lu mɛsə ada, lit. 'during the meeting with it', and 
owa lu ivrɛ ome ñugɛ, lit. 'after the telling by me about it'.



Tiya          podɔ  ovla     rɛ      sah          emodo    ño   u 
   lamu o   mɛgɔ   kwə    ntsa muda.
INT.AUX-1SG>3 for.2 describe SUB.ACC NULL.COP-3PL how_much as.3 
INDEF.NOM long and mighty with.3 very look
I'm going to describe to you how much they appear very long and powerful.


The second sentence, the second significant challenge. (The rest of the 
text proved easier.) Once again, we have an issue of degree, but this 
time directly subordinated to a matrix verb in a structure equivalent to 
indirect speech, although there's a slight semantic difference to the 
latter. The question here is: How does the language deal with 
interrogative content clauses? In English, the interrogative pronoun 
'how much' is used as a subordinator directly, but this is not possible 
in Buruya Nzaysa. Instead, emodo 'how much' is an adverb modifying the 
verb of a complement clause, which is itself used as the direct object 
of the matrix verb: 'describe that it looks how much like...'

Within the complement clause, we also find a grouped noun phrase where 
two nouns (both of them semantically more like adjectives, by the way) 
are coordinated by using a single indefinite article, the conjunction o 
'and', and a stranded preposition kwə 'with', so that the phrase in 
question is literally 'like a long one and a mighty one with it'. (See 
also: 
http://audmanh.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/grouped-noun-phrases-in-buruya-nzaysa/)



Ɛ’i’ɔxa       rumɛ rɛ      saxa           ɔ         rɔ  kəlu ah   lamu modo,
OPT.AUX-2PL>3 know SUB.ACC NULL.AUX-3PL>3 INDEF.ACC ten step of.3 long count
You will want to know that they measure ten paces in length,

o   rɛ      saxa           ɔ         raxolbo yɛni ah   asi       ñolu.
and SUB.ACC NULL.AUX-3PL>3 INDEF.ACC cask    wine of.3 thickness match
and that they match a barrel of wine in thickness.


There's not so much to say about this sentence. One of the more 
interesting points is that numerals can't function as determiners, so 
the quantification of the length of the serpent requires an additional 
indefinite article. In the second clause we can see that comparison is 
typically expressed verbally, here stating equality by using ñolu 
'match'. (For more on comparative structures in Buruya Nzaysa see 
http://audmanh.wordpress.com/2013/05/30/comparative-statements-in-buruya-nzaysa/)

New words:
kəlu (n.) 'step, yard (as a measurement of distance)'. Etymology: Ndak 
Ta kenglau 'walking space'.
raxolbo (n.) 'cask, barrel'. Etymology: Ndak Ta ragolbu 'that which is 
filled'.



Saxa           mɛsu   lo      əmo  ɔ         ñe  bitsi mvɔ   mvunɛ,
NULL.AUX-3PL>3 near.3 DEF.NOM head INDEF.ACC two leg   short hold
Near the head they have two short legs,

dal saxa           ño   lo      xol  ayru      tsɛga ɔ         munanɔ ño 
   u         tali.
but NULL.AUX-3PL>3 as.3 DEF.NOM foot of.3.ANIM only  INDEF.ACC claw 
as.3 INDEF.NOM hawk
but as their feet only claws like a hawk.


Another example of a numeral preceded by an article in ɔ ñe bitsi mvɔ 
'two short legs'. The second half of the sentence consists of a 
verb-gapping construction. The content verb would have been the same as 
in the first clause, and so it can get left out. However, the auxiliary 
verb can't be omitted; the lack of an overt content verb causes it to 
refer back to the verb of the previous clause.

New words:
munanɔ (n.) 'claw'. A relatively recent compound of mu 'skin' and nanɔ 
'cut', literally 'skin-cutter'.
tali (n.) 'hawk, falcon'. Borrowed from Miwan utalju, which literally 
means 'discoverer'. A likely reason for the loss of the initial /u/ is 
that it may have been interpreted as part of the article (DEF.ACC lu 
and/or INDEF.NOM u); also, unstressed initial vowels are rare in Buruya 
Nzaysa anyway.



Sə           lo      əmo  ayru      ɔ         tətsɔ ntsa,
NULL.COP-3SG DEF.NOM head of.3.ANIM INDEF.ACC big   very
Their head is very big,

o   saxa           lo      soldu ɔ         suni  ah   ulpi sopsə.
and NULL.AUX-3PL>3 DEF.NOM eyes  INDEF.ACC apple of.3 size defeat
and the eyes surpass apples in size.


The beginning of this sentence provides an example of a nominal 
predicate, which is formed in Buruya Nzaysa by inflecting the auxiliary 
intransitively, but adding the predicate as an additional noun phrase in 
the accusative case. The auxiliary then functions like a copula. (Note 
that the only structural difference to the verb-gapping construction in 
the previous sentence is whether the auxiliary carries transitive or 
intransitive agreement.)

In the second clause we see another comparison, this time expressing 
superiority by using the verb sopsə 'defeat, exceed, surpass'.

New words:
ulpi (n.) 'size'. Etymology: Ndak Ta ula pai 'rise big'. Buruya Nzaysa 
tends to use quality words both as attributes and as abstract nouns (an 
example is asi, which normally means 'thick, obese' but which I've 
glossed as 'thickness' above), but some other words denoting qualities 
refer primarily to the bearer of the quality and can't be used in the 
abstract sense (an example is rudi 'giant' in the first sentence of this 
text), and yet others refer primarily to the abstraction. The latter 
type, of which ulpi is one of the most prominent instances, is fairly 
rare overall though.



Sə           lo      mab   ɔ         ñavra mvomu        ri      esa 
        ñalta  leda       ɔ         ru  sewe inzɔ,
NULL.COP-3SG DEF.NOM mouth INDEF.ACC large enough_for.3 SUB.NOM 
EMPH.AUX-3SG>3 indeed completely INDEF.ACC man tall swallow
The mouth is so large that it can actually swallow a tall man whole,

o   sa             ɔ         tselɔ ño   u         silvo  olda.
and NULL.AUX-3SG>3 INDEF.ACC tooth as.3 INDEF.NOM dagger be_armed_with
and it is armed with teeth like daggers.


The first part of this sentence contains another 'so much that...' 
construction with a complement clause as the object of the preposition 
mvomu, as described earlier. Note the emphatic auxiliary esa, which 
highlights the unusual abilities of the serpent.

New words:
inzɔ (v.) 'swallow'. Borrowed from Delta Naidda ina så 'swallow down'.
silvo (n.) 'dagger'. Borrowed from Miwan sīlvo 'cut'; this word was at 
first used verbally like its source (with a semantic shift to 'pierce, 
stab'), but the ending /-vo/ quickly became associated with the 
homophonous native agent nominalizer, and so silvo eventually acquired 
nominal semantics, with a new verb sili being back-formed to take over 
the verbal meaning.
olda (v.) 'be armed, be equipped with'. Etymology: Ndak Ta oldas 'should 
fight'. This verb, originally a mostly intransitive formation based on 
an old obligative mood form, can now also be used transitively with the 
weapon as its direct object. It is still mostly limited to the semantic 
field of fighting though; if you wanted to talk about e.g. being 
equipped with a bag to carry things, you would have to use a more 
generic verb like mvunɛ 'have, hold, own' instead.



Nte’a, esah         nzɔ     mvɔwa   ño   u         kili      o   rifə 
kwə    muda
truly, EMPH.AUX-3PL TOP.NOM so_much as.3 INDEF.NOM dangerous and ugly 
with.3 look
They are truly so fierce-looking and ugly

xutsɔ     olah        ɔra maldɔ  o   əña    kwə    u      nzɔ     payu 
o   lesəgɔ.
therefore OBL.AUX-3PL all person and animal with.3 from.3 TOP.NOM worry 
and tremble
that all people and animals must be worried and trembling because of them.


Where the English translation has an adjectival predicate, Buruya Nzaysa 
uses a prepositional phrase with the essive preposition ño 'as, like' as 
an adjunct to the verb muda 'look, appear, resemble'. Within the 
prepositional phrase, we see a grouped noun phrase again, combining two 
separate characterizations with the conjunction o 'and' and a stranded 
preposition kwə.

New words:
mvɔwa (adv.) 'so much, to such an extent, sufficiently'. Etymology: Ndak 
Ta mbopm 'enough'. This is the "original" version of what I discussed in 
connection with the first sentence of this text. In most instances I 
eventually replaced it with the prepositional variant mvomu, but mvɔwa 
remains a valid word, and it's used here as an adverbial qualifier, with 
the resulting consequence introduced using the conjunction xutsɔ 'so, 
therefore'.
kili (n.) 'wild, feral, fierce, dangerous'. Borrowed from Delta Naidda 
kïlye. Its native cognate is the verb kəye 'threaten, confront, 
challenge, provoke, upset', about which I wrote a word of the day 
article back in December 2012 
(http://audmanh.wordpress.com/2012/12/10/k%c9%99ye/).



Part Two coming up soon...

Jan

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