The Dailies. August 7

The Dailies. August 7

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?


6 thoughts on “The Dailies. August 7

  1. While doing the challenge for today, I realized that for verbs with a final vowel, the 3rd p inanimate conjugation (affix -ǣt) tends to swallow the final vowel. So my new verb jaho (to flow), in that conjugation (which, arguably is the most used person since people don’t flow a lot, heh) the -o disappears and it just becomes jahǣt. I think it’s on account of the vowel length of the affix, but I’m not sure what other conclusions it can lead to about my phonotactics.

  2. As they say to fantasy worldbuilders, a rabbit by any other name is still a rabbit. In light of that,

    isot • [ i.sot ] • rose (flower) — noun

    Also have made a lot of headway on the whole concept of how the Akachenti verbal and noun templates work and what gets prefixed vs. suffixed. Next up, document and figure out how the copula works and why it created this weird adjectival construction I see so much.


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