Llawygath wrote:Last night I wrote out a few sentences in Ýwŷẁ, which is really more of an experiment in ridiculousness than a conlang. Here's the first one, as I wrote it:
Ýwŷ-ẁ wẏ-ẇy ŷ wẃỳẁ ŵ ÿ-ẁ.
There isn't really any good translation for that sentence; the closest I can come is to say "I came ignorant of the cats" but that doesn't really capture the meaning very well. I actually ended up rewriting it a bit:
Ýwŷẁ wẏ-ẇy ŷ ŵ wẃỳẅ ÿẁ.
The gloss is (cat.PL yes-no because.of I why-to walk-verb), in case anyone's wondering. And the pronunciation is something like:
/i:'wɪ.ʉ 'wə.œj 'ɪ.ʏ wu:'ɨ.ɯ 'y.ʉ/
ciaran1212 wrote:That's a pretty cool looking language! Is it all just vowels and glides?
It would be very are to speak though. Or rather, very hard to understand rapid speech in with the vowels being differentiated so slightly.
Øùø ùùžøù, Ø´ùømù, Ømùùž øùžø ùøù.
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