Sheidhaf wrote:English: In autumn, the days grow shorter and leaves turn red, orange, and gold. It's my favorite season.
Sjal: Turëið lë kitemmie o lehi ee runksa, gëreksä, o ollohksa. Ee ðail looruvutuon näen.
Šshowîše Wulûwi: ple ci-tše ksôše šleši šrîso þanañašle l tle hî f þe þa hî ple hše šrîso þanañatrû sî tô š kþeši š ci-ci-tše ci-ksôšeši f rî sû we hî m lî (I know that I put nothing in blue for short. There is no word in there for "short." Instead it says that "days take less time.")
Albeit the Scot in me is of the Western stock and the red of the Cairngorms, the heather and the Lewissian gneiss, the Viking in me was there when you uttered the first word of your leid.
Amuere wrote:Hello, peeps I'm new. I just joined today,but I've always looked at Unilang pages and learned alot! Hear a translation in to my conlang.
English: I will make a new home.
Alaian: auoq qerei i aueiqni o vuxil. (lit. [A] new home I will make)
Since you guys are grouping by lang family, don't group Alaian with your langs. Alaian is an a priori conlang so it has no relation to other langs.
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