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--- On Mon, 11/17/08, Rex May <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> >I can't comprehend the idea of an "evil"
> language right off, though perhaps from a Whorfian 
> standpoint, a language's semantics could steer users in
> one direction or the other. I doubt it 
> would work.
> >
> >Steve
> >
> 
> Is this a challenge?  I say, if we work together, we can
> come up with a truly evil auxlang.  It 
> should have a lot of hisses and glottal stops in it.  Three
> genders, masculine, feminine, and 
> metrosexual. Add a malefactive case. Moods can be
> indicative, subjunctive, imperative, and 
> sullen. We can call it "Hitleranto," or
> "Dershowitzish."

I simply mean, for example, instead of starting mith bon- and san-, start with mal- (Ido meaning) and malad- and require desmala, desmalada, etc. "Mala" would also mean "strong, successful, ruthless, kicking puppies," and "malada" would mean "justified in making others miserable." And so on.

Steve