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CONLANG  June 1999, Week 4

CONLANG June 1999, Week 4

Subject:

Question

From:

Nik Taylor <[log in to unmask]>

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Constructed Languages List <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 24 Jun 1999 00:23:57 -0500

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In my ancestral language, Old Kassi', there was a suffix, -(h)e', that I
call "completive".  It indicates that the verb is "completed".  Some
examples are piha's (learn), pihase' (know); ke"lo's (stab), ke"lose'
(stab to death).  Is that a legitimate term, or should I use another
term?

--
Happy that Nation, - fortunate that age, whose history is not diverting
-- Benjamin Franklin