On Mon, 18 Jul 2011 11:35:52 -0400, Virginia Keys <[log in to unmask]>

>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?


>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
>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...