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damn i should have connected it with borlish fosc "dark" haha Does it mean sth like "dark" or "black" here? little* black* ashes-XXX hmmmmm m [tick] damn i should have connected it with borlish fosc "dark" haha Does it mean sth like "dark" or "black" here? little* black* ashes-XXX hmmmmm m If your ...
Was the masculine nominative singular form of the Classical Latin adjective three or more syllables long? which adjective? The one Houx is descended from. Sorry, I guess I assumed that, because my last few questions were about that, it would be clear which adjective I meant. Houx 's antecessor was ...
shimobaatar wrote: ↑22 Jul 2020 19:09Is it related to fugāx?
- 11 Jul 2020 20:22
- Forum: Conlangs
- Topic: Random phonology/phonemic inventory thread
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the term typically used is “minor syllable” (and “major syllable”). This specific arrangement with limited vowels reminds me of a language I made a couple years ago where minor syllables are limited to [C/(C)[R/V]] and only allow the vowels /a i/ in those syllables
- 05 Jul 2020 20:47
- Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
- Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
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Very acceptable in Spanish. Mi desayuno de hoy. Depends what he's asking. [...] Well, I would also accept a more explicitly double possession with an NP: el desayuno de hoy de Elvira, el desayuno de hoy de las enfermeras . It's a rather uncommon construction to use though, because typically the hea...
- 30 Jun 2020 05:20
- Forum: Language Learning & Non-English
- Topic: Language practice thread 2
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M'arrugesi sa conca mea, apetzendhe sa diferéntzia inter "bi" et "nche" in sa sarda. I broke my head, piecing together the difference between "bi" and "nche" in Sardinian*. *Apparently both words mean something like "there" (cf. b'at there is to nche sunt (there are), but apparently there's a compl...
Given this, I’d recommend figuring out -ou, or Houx mean first and then the meaning of the word as a whole.