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Link your conlangs

Postby Quetzalcoatl » 2009-03-29, 0:54

Hey, recently I had the idea that we could have a sticky thread containing links to all your conlang threads...

If you want your conlang to be added to the list in this posting, write the name of the conlang, the link and maybe some brief information about your conlangs.

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NameEridanian
UserTaylorS (Taylor Selseth)
Linkhttp://conlang.wikia.com/wiki/Eridanian
Details:Sci-Fi Artlang, English-Derived, Synthetic, Prefixing, Has Pitch Accent

Namepilonja
UserDRfacepunch
Linkhttp://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=25542
Details:Conworld-conlang, experimental, semi-ergative, verb-less, adjective-less, vowel harmony, syllabics


NameGendese (Gendeben, Гендебен, ゲンデベン)
Usermrhashimoto
Linkhttp://conplanet.co.cc/wiki/Gendese_Language
Details:Conworld-conlang, polysynthetic/agglutinative, uses particles to mark case, long vowels, japanese like syllable structure, three orthographies

Namen/a('funlang')
UserJaakuuta
Linkhttp://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=26598
Details:inspired by sentence parsing and lambda calculus/functional programming
well suited for linguistic analysis and sentence precision

Namen/a('emolang')
UserJaakuuta
Linkhttp://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=25949
Details:designed as an experiment in human emotion and how much it can express in a language well suited for putting emphasis on specifically what you mean to say and using emotion to express yourself without needing to say a lot

NameNorr Ur Ja (language from out of the north)
UserJaakuuta
Linkhttp://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=25747
Details:language intended as a bridge between Swedish and Russian and meant as a sort of study tool for one attempting to study both languages while at the same time preserving an interesting sound and grammar somewhat influenced by other germanic languages

NameU.M.M.I. (universal man-machine interface)
UserJaakuuta
Linkwww.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=24255
Details:intended as a bridge between human languages and computer languages the purpose of this language is to provide a language that can be spoken to a computer and directly interpreted into a program while at the same time seamless and intelligible to humans... designed around Object Oriented Programming principles

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby TaylorS » 2009-03-29, 18:24

Name: Eridanian
User: TaylorS (Taylor Selseth)
Link: http://conlang.wikia.com/wiki/Eridanian
Details: Sci-Fi Artlang, English-Derived, Synthetic, Prefixing, Has Pitch Accent
Native: English
Learning: Spanish, Latin

Linguistic Interests: Historical Linguistics, Typology, Phonology, Phonetics, Morphology.

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby DRfacepunch » 2009-03-29, 19:08




Namepilonja
UserDRfacepunch
Linkhttp://www.unilang.org/viewtopic.php?f=85&t=25542
Details:Conworld-conlang, experimental, semi-ergative, verb-less, adjective-less, vowel harmony, syllabics


I'd put down terugs, but the thread on it is pretty much useless. atleast the pilonja one i'll bump when i have a blog post
English (native), Russian (studying)

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby hashi » 2009-03-30, 4:54




NameGendese (Gendeben, Гендебен, ゲンデベン)
Usermrhashimoto (duh ;) )
Linkhttp://conplanet.co.cc/wiki/Gendese_Language
Details:Conworld-conlang, polysynthetic/agglutinative, uses particles to mark case, long vowels, japanese like syllable structure, three orthographies


Once I finish my e-book on Nova Linga Le Ordela called, Gaidsboka le nova linga le Ordele, I'll post that too :P
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Æxylis » 2009-04-02, 18:41

this is a pretty kewl idea, it's a good way to get the word out about your conlangs and keep a link for your own personal use so that you can have a resource to work on them and edit them that's static (in the sense that it's not stored on any one particular computer, except the UL server of course :lol:)

Here are the ones that I still have a serious interest in working with:

Name: Sala
User: Jaakuuta
Link: *** in progress ***
Details: inspired by sentence parsing and lambda calculus/functional programming
well suited for linguistic analysis and sentence precision

Name: n/a ('emolang')
User: Jaakuuta
Link: viewtopic.php?f=85&t=25949
Details: designed as an experiment in human emotion and how much it can express in a language
well suited for putting emphasis on specifically what you mean to say and using emotion to express
yourself without needing to say a lot

Name: Norr Ur Ja (language from out of the north)
User: Jaakuuta
Link: viewtopic.php?f=85&t=25747
Details: language intended as a bridge between Swedish and Russian and meant as a sort of study tool for one attempting to study both languages while at the same time preserving an interesting sound and grammar somewhat influenced by other germanic languages

Name: U.M.M.I. (universal man-machine interface)
User: Jaakuuta
Link: *** in progress ***
Details: intended as a bridge between human languages and computer languages
the purpose of this language is to provide a language that can be spoken to a computer and directly interpreted into a program while at the same time seamless and intelligible to humans... designed around Object Oriented Programming principles

*note: Aspectis became the basis for UMMI, mak san tak became the basis for 'funlang', hassis was an interesting project but has been abandoned due to limited expansion capabilities
Если хочешь говорить со мной по скайпу, мой скайп нейм - jaakuuta
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Narbleh » 2009-07-01, 6:58

I took Egein's example and started a Sjal blog here: http://vaalan.blogspot.com/ :) I don't plan on putting together an entire organized outline of Sjal grammar or vocabulary, but I will be putting snippets and lots of Sjal texts on there and answer questions if anyone's curious :D
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Tomii515 » 2009-07-02, 18:23

Name: Kyovantic (Cjovant)
User: Tomii515
Link: http://conlanger.com/cbb/viewtopic.php?t=3077 / wiki/index.php/Kyovantic
Details: Has had many different writing systems but grammar hasn't changed that much, cases, definite article, partitive article, singular/dual/plural, 3 to 6 genders depending on hwo you see it, etc...
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby hashi » 2009-07-07, 9:50

Name: Ho (aka. The NEW unilang conlang)
Users: mrhashimoto, KennyHun, Scoot, Bryon, Johanna (if I've forgotten anyone, SAY)
Link: http://conplanet.co.cc/wiki/Ho_language
Details: Definite article, an orthography no one seems to like, adjectival noun case, only three tenses/conjugations of verbs, three cases: nom, acc, gen, SVO
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby YngNghymru » 2009-07-07, 12:13

Oh, so THIS is Ho!
[flag]en[/flag] native| [flag]cy[/flag] mwy na chdi | [flag]fr[/flag] plus d'un petit peu| [flag]ar[/flag] ليتي استطعت

ég sef á sófanum!

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Narbleh » 2009-11-14, 21:28

I put up a video so you can hear me monotonously mumbling basic phrases in Sjal (stole the idea from Egein): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Im9xhVu3FcY

And a short poem thing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpD89ib661I

I'll add more videos in Sjal here and there :) I need to work on my pronunciation :o

(ps: if anyone knows the best setting in Windows Movie Maker size/quality-wise, let me know. I'm a noob)
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Serafín » 2009-11-15, 21:21

Narbleh wrote:(ps: if anyone knows the best setting in Windows Movie Maker size/quality-wise, let me know. I'm a noob)
http://www.google.com/support/youtube/bin/answer.py?hl=fr&answer=132460

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Narbleh » 2009-11-16, 1:35

Thanks, Neqitan :) I uploaded a second lame poem with better quality this time :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyAiH9lRT-E
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby hashi » 2009-11-16, 2:12

Narbleh wrote:Thanks, Neqitan :) I uploaded a second lame poem with better quality this time :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyAiH9lRT-E


I should record myself saying something in one of my conlangs, that could be interesting...
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Amatio » 2009-12-01, 0:25

Name Merovian [native - meroo]
User Amatio
Link www.meroo.forum.st
Details: Many language evolution mix, what you see is what you talk, east to learn, acceptable by all computers[no none-English charters]
Perfect : [flag]lv[/flag], [flag]us[/flag], Image
Basis : [flag]ru[/flag], [flag]es[/flag]
Interested : [flag]prg[/flag], [flag]et[/flag]
Consider : [flag]lt[/flag], [flag]ka[/flag], [flag]fr[/flag], [flag]de[/flag]

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Narbleh » 2010-01-22, 1:52

Some super nerdy information on Sjal, some of which is so obscure I had to research it to even answer the question. Also, some translations and glosses (still adding to them): http://cals.conlang.org/language/sjal/
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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby KarenTerry » 2010-01-28, 17:34

Name: Reisu
User: Karen Terry
Link: http://anti-moliminous.blogspot.com/
Details: Personal conlang, artlang. Not necessarily supposed to be like a natural language.

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby Dedalvs » 2010-02-06, 22:05

Name: Kamakawi, Zhyler, Kelenala and others
User: Dedalvs
Link: http://dedalvs.com/
Details: I've created a dozen or so languages, and I've included information about them at my site (above). There's not a lot on some of them, but the documentation of others (in particular Kamakawi) is quite extensive. All of my naturalistic languages have their own orthographies, the exceptions being the language intended for modern use (Kelenala) and the sign language KNSL.

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby TaylorS » 2010-02-23, 21:37

Solaric
TaylorS (Taylor Selseth)
http://wiki.frath.net/Solaric
Sci-Fi, English-Derived, Agglutinating, Active-Stative
Native: English
Learning: Spanish, Latin

Linguistic Interests: Historical Linguistics, Typology, Phonology, Phonetics, Morphology.

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby panglossa » 2010-11-24, 14:15

Name: Tláymyts
User: Panglossa
Link: http://conlang.wikia.com/index.php?title=Tl%C3%A1ymyts
Details: Originally created for a conworld (Drion) and several stories, it is now 20 years old and has become stable some five years ago. Flexional, typologically similar to modern Indo-European languages like French or Hindi, alphabetic writing with three basic letter styles. It belongs to a large family of (about 30) languages. Features a grammatically distinctive stress in both nominals and verbs, as well as a (basically) two-person system for pronouns and verbs.

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Re: Link your conlangs

Postby panglossa » 2010-11-24, 14:29

Name: Sukika, Tuggigga, Tuggish; Ravumi
User: Panglossa
Link: http://conlang.wikia.com/wiki/Sukika
Details: Originally created for a conworld (Drion) and several stories, it is an agglutinative language designed to be similar to both Finnish and Eskimo-Aleutan languages. It features a prolific allophony by which the basic consonant articulations (bilabial, dental/alveolar and velar) have a single archiphoneme which is realized either as an unvoiced plosive, a fricative, a geminated voiced plosive or a combination of nasal+voiced plosive, according to their position in the word. Another important element is metaphony, as some consonant sequences are not allowed and switch places when they happen (e.g. if P and M come together, the result is MB). Noun declension includes notions of case, number, definiteness, deictics "this", "that" and "such" and possession, while verb conjugation includes time, aspect, modality and other derivational notions. The indication of voice in verbs is also of notice: a transitive verb is changed to passive when conjugated as an intransitive verb (e.g.: "I see" (transitive) = "I see (something)" but "I see" (intransitive) = "I am seen").


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