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Old Inggirian Verbal Morphology (Part 1) :
(crosspost from my universe, boo)

The inflectional verbal morphology of Old Inggirian divides itself, albeit not neatly, into three sets of forms: bound forms, nominal forms and finite forms. Finite forms are those forms that carry personal marking, and nominal forms are those which may head the body of a relative clause. The finite forms, apart from being the only ones to carry personal marking, may only appear at the end of a sentence or clause. The nominal forms, although frequently ...
owned by Hallow XIII, last edited 2017-04-22 21:27:47.
Newtlang incubator (NP: glot-taolic theory) (2017-04-21 14:57:18) :
Okay so let's finally talk about Proto-Taol.

The linguists at Chásur reconstruct Proto-Taol something like this:

[code]
p  t  kʲ  k
ˀp  ˀt  ˀkʲ  ˀk
pʰ  tʰ  kʲʰ  kʰ
f?  s  ʃ    h

n l r ʁ

i  e  a  ɑ  o  u
ī  ē  ā  ɑ̄  ō  ū
î? ê  â  ɑ̂? ô  û?
[/code]

The existence of *f is uncertain; it is la...
owned by twabs, last edited 2017-04-21 14:57:18.
Featured Articles (Nominations, etc.) (2017-04-14 15:29:08) :
It may at least worth be putting the Heterodoxy series in its entirety into the reference section (annie has a reference section? what?)
owned by twabs, last edited 2017-04-14 15:29:08.
Featured Articles (Nominations, etc.) (2017-04-14 15:13:37) :
I think it is again time to look for something else to put on the front page! Current strong contender is Comrade Twabs' [http://anthologi.ca/?id=260198|entry] into the Heterodoxy Series of conlanging advice, which gets my vote. However, since his work has graced the front page for several months already, alternatives are of course very solicited.
owned by Hallow XIII, last edited 2017-04-14 15:13:37.
Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2017-03-30 07:25:22) :
[b]kila[/b]
Obviously.
owned by masako, last edited 2017-03-30 07:25:22.
Tl'acho (2017-03-30 07:13:20) :
I've put it on my calendar. I expect to be dazzled.
owned by masako, last edited 2017-03-30 07:13:20.
Tl'acho (2017-03-28 00:33:23) :
june 16th, on your local ABC affiliate, almost certainly at 7 pm.
owned by kodé, last edited 2017-03-28 00:33:23.
Quote Thread (2017-03-27 10:31:05) :
<Cevf> I WILL NEVER EVER EVER WANT TO EAT ANY OF THE SHIT FOOD FROM YOUR SHIT-ASS COUNTRY NOR DO I WANT TO KNOW HOW TO SAY 'HELLO' 'GOODBYE' 'THANK YOU' 'EXCUSE ME' FOR EIGHTY GODDAMN PAGES, JUST TELL ME HOW TO CONJUGATE WORDS YOU USELESS SACK OF PIG SHIT
<pthagnar> rude
<guitarplayer> cev vs. phrasebook
owned by Serafín, last edited 2017-03-27 10:31:05.
Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2017-03-26 13:15:51) :
[b]Naina.[/b]
Nothing.
owned by hwhatting, last edited 2017-03-26 13:15:51.
Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2017-03-22 13:33:40) :
[b]ya hina emya ka[/b]
What's happening here?
owned by masako, last edited 2017-03-22 13:33:40.
Tl'acho (2017-03-22 13:28:41) :
When does it air?
owned by masako, last edited 2017-03-22 13:28:41.
Request for calendars (2017-03-17 03:13:16) :
[quote Rhetorica, Kelatetía][quote Halian]The traditional Japanese calendar? If I ever work on that Ralts-line conlang I often mention, they'll use that.[/quote]

...I'm not sure what this is supposed to mean exactly; Japan used Chinese-derived systems until consistent contact with the west and then adopted the Gregorian calendar plus 660 years (kōki/kigen). Did you have some specific system in mind?

I expect the system will be sophisticated enough to support specifying the whol...
owned by Hālian, last edited 2017-03-17 03:13:17.
Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2015-08-26 23:39:35) :
[quote Jipí, Transition Metal, Marburg, Germany][b]Le tahayang perican samlan-iri dabas.[/b]
[g PT.INAN]Le[/g] [g have]taha[/g] [g -1SG.A]-yang[/g] [g year.T]perican[/g] [g two]sam[/g] [g -dozen]-lan[/g] [g five]iri[/g] [g today]dabas.[/g]
‘I am 29 years old today.’[/quote]

[b]Vumne qasārin (avałig) dei tegakīs![/b]
[g day]vu[/g] [g -AGE]-m[/g] [g -TOP]-ne[/g] [g birth]qasāri[/g] [g -GEN]-n[/g] [g (late)](avalig)[/g] [g 2SG.GEN]dei[/g] [g enjoy]tega[/g] [g -PRES.ACT]-k[/g] [...
owned by Hālian, last edited 2017-03-17 03:11:32.
Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-03-15 14:54:19) :
Done and done! [tt]name_restrict[/tt] should be [tt]author_restrict[/tt]; I changed the name of the parameter but forgot to fix the user profile template to reflect this. Secondly, the 'author + type' restriction case was implemented to act like the 'author' restriction case; a quick variable name substitution solved that. Hopefull search will genuinely not suck now.
owned by Rhetorica, last edited 2017-03-15 14:54:19.
Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-03-15 12:09:17) :
If I search for forum posts owned by me containing, say, "one", I get

http://anthologi.ca/?id=48&q=one&go=Search&author_restrict=1&author=15&group=0&type_restrict=1&template=41

which returns not only forum posts but also dictionary entries and maybe other things.

More pressingly, the "ex foris" link gives me everything on the forum:

http://anthologi.ca/?id=48&q=&go=Search&name_restrict=1&author=15&type_restrict=1&template=41

Adding author_restrict=1 g...
owned by twabs, last edited 2017-03-15 12:09:17.
Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-03-15 11:57:42) :
[http://anthologi.ca/?id=48&q=why&go=Search&author=0&group=0&template=0|This query] works just fine without those parameters. Can you give an example that breaks? (Fixed the extra ellipses, though.)
owned by Rhetorica, last edited 2017-03-15 12:00:41.
Speak in Your Conlang Thread (2017-03-15 11:55:22) :
[quote Izambri, Duke, the Findible League][b][https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivanhoe|ivonumuhoe].[/b][/quote]

[b]Alyé; da?[/b]
Wait; what?

owned by Rhetorica, last edited 2017-03-15 11:55:22.
Bugs, Requests, and Changes (2017-03-14 15:37:58) :
I think you said you fixed searching but it's still not quite fixed, seems to need the author_restrict=1&group_restrict=1 parameters to work right.

also, if you care, the ellipses in the search results are added unconditionally
owned by twabs, last edited 2017-03-14 15:37:58.
Conpoetry Thread (2017-02-13 21:19:55) :
hello I have constructed some poetry

εἰς ἄκρον περ ὄρος βραδέως τε μόγις τ' ἀναβαίνων
    γῆν ἀποπίπτουσαν ἔκ μεο θηέομαι

edit: made it better (and probably ruined ser's poem in relation to mine, sorry ser)
owned by twabs, last edited 2017-03-14 15:29:20.
Tl'acho (2017-03-13 03:17:35) :
[i]jeopardize any winnings[/i]
But that would be very fitting. ;-)
owned by hwhatting, last edited 2017-03-13 03:17:35.

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