I have changed the lexicon style from a largely taxonomic to a derivational system. This is to keep in line with Ithkuil III (2011).
What's on your mind?
[t͡sʰɒʔɒzamaŋənĭɒgunĭamŭt͡ʃitət͡sĭ minimŭt͡su ʒuʒĭɒlapˠʰɒlaʒɒnəʔagazŭbˠa]
VIS.INFR-PAS-wander-1pl.2sg-PST.PERF-ABL.CONV COP.2sg.IMPERF pl-complex-AG-pl.GEN
"It is seen that after we had wandered you that you were becoming of doers of highly complex things"
Agglutinative for life 2 - the sequel
On the right side of every page, there is something that looks like a table. How do you change the values and colors of it?
I'm new to Wiki, so both of these problems are just due to my lack of experience.
I created my webpage while I was not logged in, so the page technically doesn't belong to me, is there a way to fix it?
I'd like to rename my webpage as I changed the name of my language. How can I do this?
If needed the link is here: https://conlang.fandom.com/wiki/Vantu
I'm currently creating a conlang for Blazes and Blazeborn in Minecraft, but I'm hitting a wall with the phonology. My idea atm, since Blazes don't have obvious vocal chords or tongues, is that Blazes communicate via a series of differently pitched metal clacks and clanks, with the occasional ticks and breaths to indicate separate words or phrases. I've never made a conlang before, but in researching I've found there's phonology charts and different sounds and whatnot, but the way the Blaze language translates to human mouths is through tongue clucks and wheezes. I can't pinpoint a sound on the IPA that best represents this. Any suggestions?
Edit: Forgot to mention, when spoken the language sounds like four-dimensional morse code. It's certainly a thing, haha
Check it out, I spent 3 hours making it.
I actually created Ituyagul in 2015, but I never showed it to the wiki until 2021. I've made Ituyagul to be extremely difficult for speakers of all languages to learn. I was inspired by John Quijada's Ithkuil to create the language with one objective: to be the hardest language ever.
Qaala is a language that I started working on in May 2020. It is very grammatically overcomplicated and probably will become more. Currently, Qaala has 59 consonants, 17 vowels, 39 cases, and 24 tenses. Qaala’s goal is to be “the most grammatically complex language that one can learn without going insane.”
Did you get hungry in Greek is peinases
My language Tson has three alphabets, one of which is Cyrillic, and I need to know the best way to transcribe /ɛ/. I know е represents /je/ usually, but it seems wrong to use э very commonly, since /ɛ/ is the most common vowel in my language.
Juthevian example sentence:
[y̞ː gʊ̞ː ɱan‿ðu eː hʉːɣ.ɫɪd̪ gwɛn.wɛn.jɛ̞n kiː]
y gy mgan dhu e hurlid gwenwenuèn y cy
The bee didn't chased the dog
Bee - gwenwenuèn
Dog - cy
Article - y
Negative particle - gy
mgan dhu e is a grammatical periphrastic construction for a passive past perfective tense, literally will was a.
The gy is a negative particle used to note negation, often before a verb.
The word order is VSO, much like most Celtic languages
Dentalisation mainly effects [t] and [d], they only occur when the 2 consonants are either at the beginning of a word or at the start of a syllable.
Lowering in vowels can occur inter-vocally, but occur when the vowels are at the end of a word or particle, and sometimes surrounded by nasal consonants.
If you want to give me constructive criticism or an opinion I will be glad to listen
iśete þańoće ly tiźiþudu ru kolemaki reśerä sa epirive de
iço uru helbeme iśeti tiźiþudo ro lehono zo śidye
hime avatar rë eńa apäheńipe uru ly pyvađe iturmope de
iço iśeti ćozahëfa ra zanimiri de do vatuime
zoće tä kädi sa ly towśu adenäbäle su zu sa se lugobe avatar tohynë hi dyubenda ädiçu äń giwu
sa do oźeme dyubenda vebäćigiþa iço do apäheńipe karu pilive do kađyþire ćëfule
iço se bëmeo eńa äń kađyþi ćozahëfo ro
Can someone, like, show me a help document? I can’t find one.
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Phonology: m, n, nˠʱʴ, β, ɸ, pɸ, ʂ, ʑ, ɣ, βʰ, ʍʴʰ, ɣˠ, ɴʴʰ, ɰʴʰ, ɥʴʰ, ʑχ,
Syllable structure: (C)(C)(C)V(C)(C)(C)
Grammar: VSO, SVO, VOS, SOV, OSV
̃ominativeː i forgor 💀
Sadly whoever started that wiki decided to delete it halfway through me adding the Conlang Critic episodes. Is it in-scope for this wiki to have pages for them here? Titles would be of the format 'Conlang Critic - Episode Title' so as not to collide with the names of the langs (unless there's a Video: namespace or similar?).
I'm currently making a writing system, but I have a problem. I need a place to store my characters, and I find paper inconvenient. If any of you know any ideas of where I can store my characters, that would be very helpful.
What are some good ways to add ejectives through sound changes into a conlang that doesn't have them originally?