The Dailies. April 24

The Dailies. April 24

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?


5 thoughts on “The Dailies. April 24

      1. Actually, yes!

        I started with omiy for “my soft sibling” and hamiy for “my child”, and here’s a full breakdown for a few words:

        A tempered person speaking:

        • gesiy, my bearing parent (gesi, being the short form of the word)
        • kafay, my siring parent
        • hamiy, my child
        • akay, my parent’s geset
        • dosiy, my parent’s kafa
        • omiy, my soft sibling
        • kasiy, my hard sibling
        • ishiy, my tempered sibling

        A soft person speaking:

        • gesiye or gesetie
        • kafaye
        • hamiye
        • akaye
        • dosiye
        • omiye
        • kasiye or kasetie
        • ishiye

        So whether the it appears as a -ye or an -ie is largely dependent on clarity and whether it fully diphthongizes and how it affects stress.

        For a hard speaker, same as soft but with -o instead of -e.


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