The Historical Linguistics Thread (2014-10-04 06:34:18)
:Glosses don't help much, Nessari. There are lots of inanimate nouns that are not neuter. Also, I stress 'scroll through'. Skimming is much easier than reading each entry fully.
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The Historical Linguistics Thread (2014-10-01 17:57:24)
:[quote Morrígan, Countess]Also trying to go for a consistent way of representing cognate forms, so that they can be easily processed using regular expressions.[/quote]
How're you going to do that?
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The Historical Linguistics Thread (2014-09-27 05:04:12)
:Will you attempt to standardise things this time round, Morrígan? Like, transcription, and probably inflection classes (as no-one seems to entirely agree, at least on the verbs)
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The Historical Linguistics Thread (2014-09-25 16:00:34)
:[quote Morrígan, Baroness]Awesome, thanks. I was not familiar with that site.
I'm working on finally building the unified PIE lexicon in RDF with citations back to the original texts.[/quote]
That would be pretty awesome. Will you include full etymologies?
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Area of fictional landmasses (2014-09-17 04:50:36)
:[quote Nessari, Illúbequía, Seattle, Cascadia]Being humiliated is rarely if ever a good thing.[/quote]
Humility != being humiliated
Humility == being humble
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Shapshiruckish (2014-09-10 13:35:59)
:I can proudly say I didn't contribute at all, since this is my first post in a very long time.
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