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G˘tlandish sounds fascinating! I can't even begin to imagine the specific
difficulties surrounding a language that's pronounceable by animals.


On 25 June 2013 02:57, Padraic Brown <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

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> > From: Scar Cvxni <[log in to unmask]>
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> > How many of your conlangs have animal noises? Do you have specific animal
> > species in the worlds your languages inhabit as well?
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> I suppose all my conlangs have (virtual) animal noise words, if not
> actually
> discovered animal noise words. That is, the Teleranians keep cattle, and
> presumably the cows of the World low as do cows *here*, so I would
> therefore surmise that Talarian speakers have a word (or perhaps several)
> words for the sounds made by cows. I just don't know what those words
> are!
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> On the other hand, the phonology of G˘tlandish is made up entirely of
> animal noises.
> Or rather, sounds pronounceable by, in this case, goats.
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> > I'm toying with the idea of writing a couple of children's books in
> Yuun, just for fun.
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> Go for it!
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> Padraic
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