Conlang Outline: LlorkxeelaName: The Elven Language (Imaginative, I know)Conlang Outline: Llorkxeela1 year ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Native Name: Llorkëla /ˌɬoɾ.'kʼé.la/
Native Short Name: N/A
A Priori or Posteriori?: A Priori
Isolate or in a Family?: Llorësan family (dragon languages)
Inherited Language Features: Palatal laterals, ejectives, some vowel devoicing
How Many Numbers?: 4
Which Numbers?: Singular, dual, trial, plural
Native Script: Yes, though it is the only written Llorësan language.
Romanised?: Yes. The only diacritic is the diaresis, which indicates high tone. Why did I use the diaresis instead of the macron like Pinyin? Because a macron doesn't look Elvish. :P
Article 1 take 2I've almost reached my goal of translating this into all my current projects. Lashel is taking forever so I don't have that one yet, but here are the others, done right this time. To make up for my failure to do much of anything for quite some time, I've added pronunciation and glosses, with a couple dialect bonuses. Enjoy!Article 1 take 21 year ago in Philosophical More Like This
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Hal manenan hesant tenuent talat rihwr ghe dech ka kamte ghe amdonan. Hesant sethent daal ghe aranan shi hamant a pon a hamde nal nar kw
Conlang Outline Info -TemplateName: Name of the conlangConlang Outline Info -Template2 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Alignment: The Morphosyntactic Alignment
Primary Word Order: Default Word Order
Language Type: Synthetic, Agglutinating? Polysynthetic even?
Conjugated? A simple yes/no.
Amount of Phonemes: A simple 1, 2,(God forbid)3 or 4 digit number.
Basic Syllable Structure: Like CCVC, CNCVC etc.
Significant Sound Changes?: Another one of them "yes/no"s
Inflections?: Are there any? Or articles and apositons?
Cases? A simple yes/no.
Amount of Cases: A number of under four digits, please :D
Verb Categories: Moods, tenses and the likes.
Pronouns?: A simple yes/no. Rarely no.
Adjectives Agree with Nou
Asari OutlineName: AsariAsari Outline4 months ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Native Name: Asári
A Priori or Posteriori?: A Priori
Isolate or Related?: Isolate
Which?: Singular, Plural
Native Script?: Yes
Predominant Affix Type: Prefix
Variable or Absolute Affixes?: Absolute
Primary Word Order: SVO
Basic Syllable Structure?: (C)VV(C) or (C)V(C)V
Stress Position: First syllabe, unless specified otherwise by accented vowel
Affixes or Particles: Particles
Number of Cases?: 4
Which?: Nominative, Accusative, Dative, Genitive
Adjectives Agree with Nouns?: Yes
Welcome to Silent Hill, SlendermanPrologueWelcome to Silent Hill, Slenderman2 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It has been months ever since that fateful day. After that incident, I truly regret killing my only best friend, the one who made me feel joy and happiness. And now, the whole town knows about this and I am feared by them. Some townsfolk were sent here to search for me. I knew this place isn't safe anymore. I need to move out from this place. I must find a new home.
Greetings child, I go by many names. Der rifer, Grosse Man, Tall Man, those are my names and I am known for them. But there is only one name that you might be able to recognize me, Slenderman.
I move out from the forest as quickly as my legs can
Otaku Weeaboo QuizNote before you start: This quiz is also kind of a joke, so please dont take it too seriously.Otaku Weeaboo Quiz4 years ago in Humor More Like This
#1: Have you watched at least five animes?
#2: How about ten?
#3: How about twenty?
#4: Would you date somebody if they looked like an anime character you have a crush on?
#5: Have you ever been to an anime convention?
#6: Do you think its evil when they dub an anime in another language?
#7: Have you ever had anime themed wallpaper on your computer?
#8: Would you play a video game based on an anime?
#9: Have you ever bought anime merchandise?
#10: Would you start a flame war if someone didnt like your favourite anime?
Germany X Reader-From Runaway to New BeginningGermany X Reader-From Runaway to New Beginning1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
You was feeling weak,broken and on the edge of the death.You have been a runaway for a long time and you still was wondering If it was worth it.You run away because life wasn't very pleasent with you.Your mother died when you was little in a car accident.From the death of your mother your father always abused you and your big sister.At some point you couldn't take anymore and you run away,far away from the so called loving father.
And so you ented in this position,beaten up and bruised all over from fights on streets that were somehow normal for the people.When you thought that it couldn't get any worse,the rain began,great now you was proba
Asari Grammar--Alphabet--Asari Grammar4 months ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Aa Cc Ee Gg Hh Ii Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Xx Yy Zz (Áá Éé Íí Óó Úú Ýý)
-The initial stress position of a word is on the first syllable, but can be moved by using the acute accent over a vowel, as in Spanish
-The plosives [b] and [d] have morphed together with [p] and [t]. (Samara says that 'Ar[d]at-Yakshi comes from a dead Asari dialect)
Asari has 4 cases: Nominative, Accusative, Dative, and Genitive. These are marked in nouns by prefixes
Nominative Case: This case has no marking, so a bare noun always sigifies that it is the subject
Accusative Case: The accusative marking is the prefix [sa-]
NaCoWriMo 2012Sa'fir iah doqrina ze. Pep Vi'akh azer. Taia dere ail, Sa'fir khoitak e shana ten loanto. Pep zib ih dure ih aoti ih machde loanto klanik. Taia ishire ail, Sa'fir e der zol laterik. Pep mue e khurdaniek etez fekonik momo kimoie. E khurdaniek ezitez olazion kipaste.NaCoWriMo 20126 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Sa'fir iah neie ih du sashit katazik. Sa'fir neie poz raoo hora. Lehmord ipf Saia. Sa'fir de sashit poz raoo. Lehmord etez Zora ih Nadi. Nadi ropo ze. Zora de doki ze, ih ipf saiakh hora ze. Zora Saia esi, otim Saia saiakh ze itiu. Sa'fir atonsa ze, ih klapa ze.
Sa'fir otim klapa ze, Vi'akh azer aside. Pep asoi poz tedo e kobrat tesor tin akura. E kobratek amir ih aka aratoik, ih
The Lord's Prayer in the Namic languageThe Lord's PrayerThe Lord's Prayer in the Namic language7 months ago in Historical More Like This
9 Ūvekṭa tāṇāptar tāṇūktama; Pītayahm ahtyāma iāmnau, nāmamayū mēhesyayu.
10 Rājyastāṭayū gāmaṭ, īm ksmāu amsāṃ iāmnau kāṇayū kṛsyau.
11 Kai hāhagajyai anapītamanau, tva hāhagajyamәṭēma ānapitabhantar vənṭā.
12 Kai na rārgәyāhm māhakāṇanṭa, amstā au tāhtanṭa rārgai: Tva ȷām rājyastāṭa kai barāḥ, kai dhāyam &
Thussaf grammar - work in progress January 2012Thussaf GrammarThussaf grammar - work in progress January 20121 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
PHONEMES (in IPA)
y, ɪ, ø, e, a, ɔ, ʊ, ɹɹ (syllabic), p, b, f, v, m, ɹ, t, d, θ, ð, n, l, ʧ, ʤ, s, z, ɲ, j, g, ʃ, ʒ, ŋ, k, h
Front-rounded vowels retain their roundness in a root when occurring alone or with /y/, /ø/ or /u/. In other cases they lose their rounding. Examples: /byʤ/ "-ceive/cept", /ʒilɹɹ/ "city", /nøfy/ "year", /esa/ "stone".
Front-rounded vowels retain their roundness in words made up of multiple morphemes regardless of individual stems. Examples: /emɹ
Conlang Outline Info-Template2Name: Name of the conlangConlang Outline Info-Template22 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Native Short Name:
A Priori or Posteriori?:
Isolate or in a Family?:
Inherited Language Features:
How Many Numbers?: sing/pl=2, if you add more, the number increases. It's usually two or three, though I think it doesn't go above 5.
Predominant Affix Type: prefix, circumfix, general affixiation?
Variable or Absolute Suffixes?: Huge changes in affix through sound changes or just minor?
Morphosyntactic Alignment: The Morphosyntactic Alignment
Primary Word Order: Default Word Order
Alternate Word Order: Alternate Order
AGT:Word Order or Basic SyntaxThe Linguistic term dealing with word order structures is Syntax. I won't go into detail as to linguistic syntax and what that encompasses, but rather I'll go into the word order information one might find in a grammar book.AGT:Word Order or Basic Syntax5 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
There are many different types of word order. In some language, such as English, word order shows the subject and the object(s) of a sentence. In other languages, it's just a common pattern. The language which I've encountered with the strangest patterns of word order is German.
Often they categorize the word orders by the position of the Subject (S), Object (O), Verb (V). For Example English is a standard SVO, or subje