The Dailies. May 4, 2023

The Dailies. May 4, 2023

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?


3 thoughts on “The Dailies. May 4, 2023

  1. Some more Kofnea-Kolos, just the ones I’m sure I’m keeping:

    1. nngev – no
    2. buru – small
    3. buusiets – 1. expectancy, 2. waiting period, 3. expectant mother, 4. expected child. curun: vhuusiets
    4. pait – 1. meal, 2. loaf, 3. a ration meant to constitute a meal
    5. mitsm – person, usually a friend, chosen to collect groom or bride the next morning and prepare them for the sendoff of those who visited the wedding feast, a tradition tied to weddings arranged and completed over the course of a clans gathering before the clans returned to their own homes
    6. buusietse, -et, -es, -er – adj. 1. open, 2. pending, 3. (of a work) released before recognition of the creator and which is left anonymous
    1. mitsm seems like a very useful word that does a lot of heavy lifting!

      Lovely use of worldbuilding again in the semantics of buusietse.

      (Maybe now you can make a phrase meaning, “waiting for a wedding”!)

      1. Thank you!

        And hmmm! A participial phrase and a new adposition. I feel like I have an understanding of the grammatical shape I’d need to fill but not quite all the pieces yet. I’ll throw it in the sentence work I’ve been doing this weekend though. Hope to have some real full sentences going next week.


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