:Contrary to what it states in the map, "qu" is used in native German words: [i]quer[/i] "across", [i]quälen[/i] "torture, excruciate", [i]quietschen[/i] "squeak", [i]quieken[/i] "squeal", [i]quetschen[/i] "crush, squeeze", [i]Quatsch[/i] "nonsense", [i]Quark[/i] "Cottage cheese" (ok, the last one is ultimately a loan from a West Slavic [i]*tvarg[/i], but it's long gone native).
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Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2017-07-19 05:52:41)
:[quote bloodbath, Boson, Luxembourg, LUX][i]But what if its fate is to die twice?[/i][/quote]
[b]Nu aini bíwar dís.[/b]
[i]PRTC only live-PRES.ACT.2SG twice.[/i]
You only live twice.
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Hikoomayii Story (2017-05-15 07:21:14)
:Well, we know that mosquito didn't die and had a progeny of billions...
I don't know much about North American native languages, but that sure has the look of one.
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Tl'acho (2017-03-13 03:17:35)
:[i]jeopardize any winnings[/i]
But that would be very fitting. ;-)
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Tl'acho (2017-03-06 01:41:15)
:Great! Did you win anything? (I've heard about the show, but never watched the original version. In my experience, game shows tend to be copied or franchised with local hosts and candidates, but not to be aired with the original hosts and candidates outside their home markets. There seems to be a German version, I think I came across it once or twice when channel-hopping)
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Tl'acho (2017-03-05 05:45:21)
:[quote kodé, Deacon, this fucking hole we call LA] for a tv interview[/quote]
Tell us more!
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Tl'acho (2017-03-02 03:06:59)
:I know you don't have time, but words are more fun with glosses or etymologies. ;-)
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Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2017-01-31 03:47:32)
:[b]Nú polu fárumis, al tá pi daiciríntis?[/b]
[i]Now many-PL.N.ACC say-PROSP.ACT.2PL but 3PL.-N.NOM what-NOM mean-PROSP.ACT.3PL[/i]
Now we'll say many things, but will they mean anything?
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