The Dailies. June 26

The Dailies. June 26

Did you work on your language today? Create any new rules of grammar or syntax? New progress on a script? New words in your lexicon?

On the other hand, do any excavating or reading or enjoying stuff you’ve already created? Do you have any favorites to share?

How did you conlang today?


2 thoughts on “The Dailies. June 26

  1. It’s been a long time since my last comment on a “daily”! Today I created a sentence for the Colourful Week challenge, and I created some new words: 

    • asa /asa/ (preposition): around
    • be’i /beʔi/ (verb): to jump
    • de /de/ (noun): thing
    • elini /elini/ (conjunction): because
    • emumu /emumu/ (adjective): weird, strange
    • emuri /emuri/ (verb): to ask (a question or for something)
    • erha /eɾa/ (noun): mouse
    • odhu /oðu/ (adjective): fat

    I also made some corrections and grammar stuff:

    • Abho (rabbit) is now abha. When I created the word I forgot about noun endings! -a is the ending for living things (humans, animals, plants)
    • Bemune (place) is now be.
    • Nata (person) is now na.
    • Some rules for adjectives: they all end in -u and have the same number of the noun. (So, “the reds houses” instead of “the red houses”)


  2. A few new words today:

    • nebā: to be sunburned (takes body part as subject)
    • vēnū?: How many? (realized I needed this working on last big project)

    • mēnū? How much? (might as well have this one too)

    • kē: from (to come from, to catch sickness from) (I defined “to catch sickness [from] a long time ago so I assume I thought I had “from” but can’t find it. Here it is!)


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