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CONLANG  January 2014, Week 1

CONLANG January 2014, Week 1

Subject:

Miksa Re: The new language

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Mike Adams <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 5 Jan 2014 17:46:08 -0800

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04/02/1999
(edited to bring it back to life 03/19/06)
(edited 03/29/06)

MIKSA
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Normally sentences are SVO (subject verb object).

But possible is Primary Subject, secondary subject, verb, and object.The man 
went to the store with his dog.
The man and dog went to store.

Thing   (Thi)         Thi
living (li)                 Li
normally (no)                         no
sentient        Thilinose
domesticated    Thilinodo
 wild            Thilinowi
non-normally
dead            -bipa
non-living (no)                Thino

Place   (Pla)
living/home/hotel = plali
commerce  = placo
worship  =  plawo
(Alternate form is Copla, LiPla, WoPla)

Emotion (Emo)
positive        = emoga
negative        = emogo
negative        = emo
positive        = emo

Action (Aki)
constructive    = akiga
destructive     = akigo
Sharp =Sha
Dull =She
Constant =Shi

Act of worship   =  Wo
Act of Living someplace vs Homeless  = Li
Act of doing commerce =  Co

Sense (Se)
hear/say        = Sehe
see/shine       = Seshi
taste/flavor    = seta
feel            = sefe (also used for the word physical)
smell           = sese
think           = sethi

To say something is:ak'he.To see something is ak'ShiFeel pain = Feogoshi = 
sharp feel negative
Physical Pain=Mental Pain=Feogosethi (think sense feel negative <shapr or 
other>To define pain you need to state what is the source of the pain and 
thenadd the negative to the source word. Such as physical pain = sogo 
(feelnegative).HumanThilinose

ANIMAL TYPE:
animal          = ani
land            = anila
land/sea        = anilase
sea             = anise
sea/air         = anisere
air             = anire
air/land        = anierla

Eating:
Herbivour       = tehe
Piscivour       = tepi
Omnivour        = temo
Carnivour       = teka
Insectvour      = teseexo

thermic      = vuwi (outside warm)
endothermic     = vawi (inside warm)
cow             = anizhazutuv (animal, herbivour, land, large, domesticated)
goat            = anizhazutav (animal, herbivour, land, small, domesticated)

COLORS:
red             = core
yellow          = coye
green           = coge
blue            = colu
indigo          = codi
violet          = covi
brown           = coro

CONSTRUCTIVE/DESTRUCTIVE:
Constructive    = co
Destructive     = de

CLASS:
sentient        = -f
domesticated    = -v
wild animal     = -w

DIRECTIONS:
front           = difo
right           = diri
rear            = dire
left            = dile
up              = depu
level           = desa
down            = dedo
half            = d@
inside          = va
close           = ve
self            = vi (also used for possesive)
far             = vo
outside         = vu

GENDER:
male            = -m
neuter          = -n
female          = -f
to define weather an animal or like is of the gender, then just turn the
word above into a suffix and add it to the back of the animals word.

I went to the store (masculine) = ha akpi <place of buy/sell>

LIVING OR NONE:
Living          = -b
Non-living      = -d
Animate         = -b
Mobile          = -b
Inanimate       = -d
Non-mobile      = -d

MATTER:
Energy          = magy
Plasma          = mepa
Gas             = mega
Liquid          = meli
Solid           = meso
semi            = -y

MODIFIERS:
less            = -l
medium/join     = -j
more            = -g
semi            = -y
possessive      = -k
wants           = -w
needs           = -wh
very destructive = more destructive

POSSESIVE:      = -k
QUESTION:       = -y

SELF:
group-inclusive = -na
group-non -inclusive     = -no

SHAPES:
round/spherical = sharo
square          = shasku
irregular       = shado
triangle        = shatri
rectangle       = share
other           = shatho
dimension       = -zh
SIZE:small           = sisa
medium          = sime
large           = sila

SPEED:
slow            = seslo
constant        = seco
fast            = sefa

TENSES:
past            = tepa
present         = tepe
future          = tefu
future must     = tefumu
future what if  = tefuy

TEMPERATURE:
cold            = teko   (alternate=taogo)
medium          = teme
hot             = teho

VERBS:
some of the suffixes are the same for different things. If the thing ispart 
of a verb it is modifying the verb, if it is modifying the subjector object 
then it is modifying the object/subject.

NUMBERS:
Finger = Fi
Two = Fico
Three = Fi
Four = Fi
Five =

(Need to work on this some more and other things, to make things less 
cumbersome, more fluid, and more distinct..

One,Two, Three should be distict, and about First/Second/Third?

PLURAL/SINGULAR/OTHER:
Singular (Inclusive)         = -(nothing)
Singular (Non-Inclusive)  =  -t

Plural (Inclusive)