The Dailies. November 9, 2022

The Dailies. November 9, 2022

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?


One thought on “The Dailies. November 9, 2022

  1. So actively writing a novel that makes use of Kofnea, in which we have:

    • trshunn – button (a nickname for a young character)

    And some personal particles for a lack of a better word, that indicate noun class agreement but do not stand alone and do not mark definiteness. (Classes are just what I’m calling them right now, though it’s pretty clear in practice that these buckets aren’t quite that neat.)


    Postposition Class non-person noun person noun ascended person noun
    I – masc. a ani aniwa
    II – fem. ha hani haniwa
    III – divine / natural wa wani waniwa
    IV – neut. ba bani baniwa


    These postpositions appear after a noun in the subject position for sure. I haven’t evaluated them much beyond that yet. Oh, and an ascended person is basically used for people you’re referring to politely as acting within their formal role, e.g. a king or a mother-in-law, etc. They are not discourse-based. The particles are used regardless of whether you’re speaking to something or someone or about them.

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