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On Mon, 18 Jul 2011 11:35:52 -0400, Virginia Keys <[log in to unmask]>
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>In Cho.ron:
>
>Nai Kawtshehp Idihnpaw Tuak
>(You are a) Mind Marks-from That-are-mouth-of Perhaps?
>You are a mind from whom language comes?

[...]

>Notes:
>For "conlang" I used roughly "marks of the mouth."
>I could have used just "marks/writing" or just "mouth" (which implies speech
>and language), but knowing the scope of conlangs, neither seemed to suffice
>alone.
>It also seemed to fit because whether or not we actually speak our conlangs,
>we generally write them down.

Might that just not be interpreted as "do you create writing", in particular
writing in an extant language?  That's an art much more commonplace than ours...

Alex