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On 2/6/2013 10:49 PM, Anthony Miles wrote:
> Koha is a German-derived language spoken on the Earth of the
> "Eis-Lehre-Welt (ELW)" cosm of the Polycosm, the equivalent of all
> the Pacific Ocean creoles on OTL's Earth. It started as an
> slow-burning experiment in late 2011 to see how much of German syntax
> could survive extreme simplification (most of it, as it turns out).

I like this; it looks vaguely Pacific at first glance, but you can see 
the Germanic roots if you point them out. Interesting though that it 
appears to have /o/ but no /u/. (I'd have expected "muka" for "mother".)