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Barry, this site is simply fantastic! It really makes me think about a
Romance conlang! Thanks for your precious hint,

Luca


> Have any of you visited this site before? It's authored by a Zdravko
> Batzarov. There's some links that arent up and some that dont work (like
> the font ones), but it seems to be pretty good. He seems to have
> information up about Spanish, Portuguese, and French. It looks like he
> intends to add information about Italian and Romanian. It's quite nice,
> and it's helping me decide on the verb forms for Montreiano (by looking at
> Portuguese and Spanish). It also looks like he intends to add information
> on the reconstructed grammar of Vulgar latin too.
>
> And this may also be fortunate, he has the Appendix Probi, and the
> Reichenau Glosses as well (Which would be more useful for a ConRomance
> Lang that originates in France rather the Iberian peninsula as mine does).
>
> Check it out: http://www.orbilat.com/00-Main_Page.html
>
> Oh and Christophe, you wondered in your Narbonůsc post reply to me where
> the french word for male comes from, well it originates from
> "masculi"apparently. So, you were right in that the circumflex  indicates
> there was an s in there.
>
>
> ____________________________
>
> Aunque vengas de rodillas
> y me implores y me pidas
> aunque vengas y me llores
> que te absuelva y te perdone
> Aunque a mi me causes pena
> he tirado tus cadenas