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Нҩнј Ьаłδƕ ҩнј антłі зҩłбі ҩнвy. Ані δенас.

Koppa Dasao
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Гłо ƕамас інтер Мор δегај ƕамас ін моłі не ƒłемітеłі, мітеłі.
Gro hamaz intex Mox degaj hamaz in mori ne fremiteri, miteri.
May they in Death receive the peace they didn't get in dying.
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2011/9/7 Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets <[log in to unmask]>:
> On 7 September 2011 04:30, Daniel Bowman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> Every year on (or around) my conlang's birthday, I send out an email into
>> the abyss describing the last year and how it affected my language.
>>
>> This year is special.  It marks the halfway point in my life-half of my
>> life
>> has been spent as a conlanger, and half has not.
>>
>>
> Congratulations! I think I passed that point quite a while ago already,
> probably 7 to 8 years ago.
>
>
>> Thirteen years ago, I inscribed the sentence "aria zkio algialtha" on a
>> paper, probably while sitting in 7th grade math class.
>>
>> I think analyzed this sentence to mean "Algialtha is beautiful".
>>
>> Three years later, I developed a VSO language called "Angosey", basing its
>> grammar on this phrase.
>>
>> Thirteen years later, I've got over 1400 words, a corpus with over 200
>> pages
>> (including English commentary and translation), and probably hundreds of
>> hours spent building a language that does not exist.
>>
>>
> I am envious of people who can actually develop a vocabulary. My oldest,
> still living conlang (in that I didn't abandon it), Moten, is nearly 18
> years old, and it has a (checked and approved) vocabulary of 148 roots (with
> 217 glosses, not counting affixes), and no corpus to speak of.
> --
> Christophe Grandsire-Koevoets.
>
> http://christophoronomicon.blogspot.com/
> http://www.christophoronomicon.nl/
>