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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-16, 5:37

I really have to find those f***ing notebooks


Yes, you do! :mrgreen:

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A sample in the Käläli script.
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Postby AlexandreMsx » 2007-08-16, 18:57

Very good Boingy88, nice spript.
I tryed to do one but i wasn't successfull.
I wanted a diacritic to express [S] (x-sampa) sound usind latin alphabet, so i took czech š but ŝ from esperanto is ok too. This is the alphabet of my new conlang, i still have to work on some grammar, actualy on pronouns.

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Letter Letter's name x-sampa
Aa ah  [a]
Āā āh  [a:]
Bb bja [b]
Dd dia [d]
Ee eh  [e]
Ēē ēh  [e:]
Ff ef  [f]
Gg gi  [g]
Hh ha  [x]
Ii ih  [i]
Īī īh  [i:]
Ïï ï   [1]or[i']
Jj i-kort [j]or[']
Kk kā  [k]
Ll el  [l]
Mm em  [m]
Nn en  [n]
Oo oa  [o]
Ōō ōa  [o:]
Pp pia [p]
Qq qij [R]or[X]
Rr rao [4]
Ss ess [s]
Šš eš  [S]
Tt tï  [t]
Uu uh  [u]
Ūū ūh  [u:]
Vv vah [v]
Zz zet [ts]
Žž žet [Z]


Maybe you will notice my q being 'mispronunciated' but i didn't see any other usefull sound for it. As i told, i have to use the latin alphabet, i tryed to use the fewest possible digraphs. I use this alphabet in a germanic-like language.
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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-16, 20:09

Thank you! Glad you like it!
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Postby Aphoticom » 2007-08-16, 20:33

Cool script, Boingy! I saw it yesterday, but alas, today the image is not working.

Anyway, here is my alphabet:

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Aa: [a]
Bb: [b]
Dd: [d]
Ee: [E]
Ff: [f, p\]
Gg: [g]
Ii: [i]
Kk: [k]
Mm: [m]
Nn: [n]
Oo: [o]
Pp: [p]
Qq: [N]
Ss: [s]
Tt: [t]
Uu: [u]
Ww: [w]
Yy: [j]


"Only" eighteen letters.

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Postby arpee » 2007-08-16, 22:23

My language uses characters but here is the Yi On Ten.

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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-17, 0:44

@Aphoticom: Thanks for the comments! I have no idea why the image isn't showing up now. That's weird.
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Postby Emandir » 2007-08-17, 0:55

That's weird: the link just ask you if you want to open or save the picture....

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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-17, 4:47

I know. It does that with me too. I just open it but I'd really would prefer you posting them via Flickr or Photobucket or something of the sort and not as a file. Makes people suspicious.
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Postby JJohnson1701 » 2007-08-21, 2:43

Alphabet in order:
a æ b c d ð e f g ȝ h i j k l m n o œ p q r s t þ u v w x y z

Vowels:
a - fall, Father (short, long)
æ - mat, base (short, long)
e - set, See (German See)
i - bit, beet
o - got, Boat
œ - like German ö
u - bus, Foos
y - like German ü

Diphthongs:
ei - my
ie - me
eo - ey-oh
io - yo
umlauts:
a -> æ
æ -> e
e -> i
o -> œ
u -> y

consonants
b - boy
c - chink
d - dog
ð - that
f - fall, between vowels or before a plural ending, vase[/b]
g - gold
ȝ - yes
h - hello (at beginning), ach/ich after back/front vowels
j - yes, only in foreign words (native words use yogh)
k - kind
l - lima
m - Mike
n - Nancy
p - papa
q - always in qu, only in foreign words, native words use kw
r - like Scottish rolled r; after w, becomes uvular like German Rose
s - small, between vowels zoom
t - time
þ - think
v - victor, only in foreign words
w - wink
x - ks
z - tsee-tsee, ds between vowels

Consonant clusters:
sc - sh as in [b]sh
ip
wl - like w+l
wr - uvular r
hr - like ach+r
hl - like ach+l
hn - like ach+n[/b]

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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-21, 3:55

Tali Script:

Used to write the Tali language ( in development after I'm "finished" with Käläli ). It's spoken on the continent Âstria and 3 of its countries: Lensia, Asuria, Adar. And here it is!

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Postby Kijdar » 2007-08-21, 15:08

Rihieven is a very complex language (4 numbers, and 8 cases, 6 classes, 4 genders, 4 noun declinations, 5 verb declinations, 9 moods, 7 tenses, 2 aspect, 8 persons, 5 diatesis), so its alphabet it's a little bit more complex than the latin alphabet, even if it looks as easy, but here I won't talk about its system, I just will post it...

Consonants (Alphabet):

http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/7893 ... ihiae8.jpg

Vowels:

http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/737/ ... alimh2.jpg

Accents:

http://img260.imageshack.us/img260/2522 ... ihini8.jpg

Orthographic points:

http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/7681 ... ntsje5.jpg

Example:

http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/7876 ... pleti1.jpg
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I made a little bit too faster those symbols, but if one makes it correct, Rihieven's alphabet is really pretty! It's coreografic and floreal... very nice!
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I made an alphabet system for Ordenlach, Myagààr and Hil-Hannàr too!
Lunys and Ælt Talær don't need it!

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Rihieven with latin alphabet:

vowels: a, e, ë [e:], i, o, u, ä [æ]/[ε]
consonants: b [b], c [x], ch/ç [ſ], d, dh [ð], f, g [ʒ], gh [g], dg/ğ [dʒ], h, l, [], m, n, o, p, r, ŗ [ʁ], s [s], sh/ş [ſ], t, th/zh [θ], v, z [z], ž [ts]/[dz].

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Postby AlexandreMsx » 2007-08-21, 19:39

Is the Tali script based on Devanagari?
Hey Boingy88 do you have any script based on hebrew?

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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-21, 19:47

I love this one alot! It's so pretty! I know it had Tengwar influence in the script because of some of the letters. Could you post more examples please? I love it alot!

Thankies!

And here is another one I made:

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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-21, 19:51

AlexandreMsx wrote:Is the Tali script based on Devanagari?
Hey Boingy88 do you have any script based on hebrew?


No the Tali script was based on a friends conscript. And yes I do have a script based on Hebrew. I'll have to dig it up and scan and post it later.

Glad you asked about it though because I completely forgot about! XD
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Postby AlexandreMsx » 2007-08-21, 20:24

Boingy88, Thanks, i would appreciate in taking a look at it.

I want to create a abjad right to left using the tolkien's tengwar, maybe it would sound just like a copy, but i want to try it

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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-21, 20:49

Your Welcome! And I would love for you try that out. It sounds interesting.
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Postby Kijdar » 2007-08-22, 13:56

http://img209.imageshack.us/img209/753/appuntihn3.jpg

Can you see all those notebooks, noteblocks and sheets?
Well, on ALL their pages I wrote my notes about my languages and linguistics experiments!!! :mrgreen:
Some of those notebooks are already a little bit old... I accumulated so much notes because I write anywhere: when I'm at home, at school, in pubs, parks, in holydays ecc. :wink:

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Postby AlexandreMsx » 2007-08-22, 15:48

Kijdar, that's really a lot of pages... I don't have any written material because i write all my conlang stuff on the computer.I have a old alphabet in a sheet but i don't know where it is.

Tolkien's tengwar is hard to write, i don't have a beautiful caligraphy, i will try to post anyway as soon as i get something

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Postby Boingy88 » 2007-08-22, 21:30

Kijdar wrote:http://img209.imageshack.us/img209/753/appuntihn3.jpg

Can you see all those notebooks, noteblocks and sheets?
Well, on ALL their pages I wrote my notes about my languages and linguistics experiments!!! :mrgreen:
Some of those notebooks are already a little bit old... I accumulated so much notes because I write anywhere: when I'm at home, at school, in pubs, parks, in holydays ecc. :wink:


OMG! You're like me! I do the same thing too! Most of my note books contain scripts and the like. Do any of yours have any conscripts in them? I would like to see them. That's amazing though. I must've got over 20 of them including papers with scripts and stuff on them.

I have a load of papers with scripts on them under my computer desk. It has another shelf under it and it has them all on there along with some books in a milk crate. And on top of my computer I have some more papers and 3 books filled with different scripts and stuff.

I know I'm crazy! XD
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Postby Aleco » 2007-08-23, 17:19

Kuba wrote:
Senyani wrote:Bump. Kuba: How's it going with the Qitsári script?

Quite well - unfortunately I'm a perfectionist, and I'm still workin on some ligatures... But you WILL see it (someday). ;)


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