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Also, through the past few days, I've combed through the C section of my English-Kankonian dictionary to look for missing words and I came up with more than 230 new Kankonian words, including these gems:

tihigh: caber (not the logograms!)
ptegasiop: cabochon
ashduzur: cadent, falling (in astrology) (ash, on + duzur, to descend; descent)
tmeyoisiz: cajeput oil
vushem-makraski: calendar calculator (vushem, brain + makraski, calendar; analogous to such other terms as vushem-kaphules, walking dictionary)
nanziang: camia, white ginger, white garland-lily (Hedychium coronarium)
sawetzp: camphoric acid
bordari*: camionette (small truck) (bordar, truck + -i*, diminutive suffix)
mergasi: campus tour; to tour the campus (of) (mer, around, as in mer-uhul, campus + gasi, to look at)
z*itz: to cancel (boycott a person or institution as a protest against political incorrectness) (influenced by s*itz, lightning)
nyingips: candle tree, candlefruit
thmoernaz: canker (plant disease)
dzhuman: cannabis candy
sozupilinushuri or sozupi for short: cannelloni (borrowing from Hitan: sozu, organ + pili, pipe + nushuri, pasta)
ekhtospmos: catabolism
delik(o)arik: catchword, watchword (deliko, ideology + arik, word)
ksogroks: to chain to the wall
savuzh na zetzakromos: chaos theory (lit. "theory of unpredictability")
wanzya: character study (wanzas, character + -ya, suffix for a scientific study)
dzhamapiva: chanteuse (borrowing from Tentan: jama, song + piva, girl, young woman, lass)
skupik: cremaster (for chrysalis)
vmekoulg: cremaster (muscle attached to testicles)
kmaduaz: chlorosis, greensickness
ptakheta: choli (borrowing from a local language)
ravadio: city hall, town hall
sphimulia: clary sage
phubyatshyepes: clavicorn (made of Ciladian roots: phubyat, club (weapon) + shyepes, antenna (on animal), lit. feel-er)
bakhah: claves
rebutzineyis: cli-fi (rebutz(u), climate + ineyis, fiction)
kyulsenetbitis: clinotaxis, klinotaxis (from Ciladian roots: kyulsenet, sideways + bitis, movement, motion (non-count noun); to move (intransitive))
goervatziz: clupein (goervatz, herring + -iz, suffix for a nutrient found in a particular food)
sokmet ad mesubuki X: to hit X with a clue-by-four (lit. "knock X non-clueless")
trupnos: klystron (borrowing from Ampwanitz)
udanibika: anacyclosis (borrowing from Shaleyan: udan, government + bika, circle)
admaiwetzein: closed (~ primary) (ad-, for/to + mai, one's own + wetzein, party)
adhalwetzein: open (~ primary) (ad- + hal, all, each + wetzein)
adfawetzein: semi-open (ad- + fa, some + wetzein)
pmargrizi: cod-liver oil
muyeenkutis: commorient (noun) (muye, also, fellow, co- + enkut, to die + -is, suffix for a person)
ayinakran: communication (in a relationship) (ayin, to give + akran, to take)
bwolwo-lefzhato (pl. bwolwu-lefzhato): compound eye (bwolwo, eye + lefzhato, sunflower)
zhegulzekel: concept art (zhegul, to aspire; aspiration + zekel, to draw)
natzenos: consanguineous (na, of + tzenos, gene)
menatzenos: affinal (me-, prefix for not + natzenos)
abariki: constructionist (constitutional interpretation) (ab-, from + arik, word + -i, adjective suffix)
pukli: cheireme (blend of pumus, hand + kikli, phoneme)
bepis*osoth: codling moth (bepis, apple + *osoth, moth)
zoden na zintz: cookie-cutter shark (lit. "shark of the bite")
badlatak: coprographia (borrowing from Nyelizaph)
khuhasard: corbel
bvitzelio: bracket (in architecture)
nag phimel: corporate office job (borrowing from Nyelizaph)
nagphimelis: organization man (nag phimel + -is)
grasko: grasko (music genre with morbid themes, whose musicians wear corpsepaint)
retel na grasko: corpsepaint (lit. "grasko paint")
oorkriskin: corticoid (oor, like, as + kriska, adrenal + -in, suffix for a hormone)
hohoat: corvette (warship)
tosfot: cotlet (food similar to lokum, made from apricots) (inspired by tosfaba, apricot)
oumhem: ::cough:: (in Internet/PAIMO conversation)
kausaundes: coulée (large, steep-walled, trench-like trough)
vrour: cuvée (sour beer that tastes like wine)
heshkhzher: crambo (poem)
kibit: crampet, chape
keskhvi: cracklings
safkis: crêpey
khofembozutan: crickets (said to indicate that a venue has become very quiet) (from "Is wahazas thesh khofembo zutanas", meaning "I can hear a pin drop" (lit. "I can hear a spider chewing".)
akid salal: crimefighter (lit. "good sword")
fashioss: cronut
slophas: cheugy
naposis: cruet, caster
ikhazgeigi: cryometer (ikhaz, to freeze + geigi, thermometer)
khreziz: crystallite, grain
mandadzhi: cuck (borrowing from Tentan mandaji, traitor, from mando, to betray + -aji, agent noun suffix)
stanvesik: cuckservative (blend of stanez, fake + devesik, conservative)
dampskar: cucoloris, cuke
spibziy: cuneus (of brain)
shpyuvob: cuniculus (mite's burrow)
deligirimfash: curebie (deli, cure + girimfash, seeker)
ledzetezgrin: custody battle (ledzet, custody + ezgrin, war)
shalva: cutter (ship)
nyultud: cyanopia, cyanopsia (made of Ciladian roots: nyul, blue + tud, vision)
nyulsal: cyanopic
darsal: chloropic
siphsal: erythropic
ulsal: rhodopic (all of the preceding four made from Ciladian roots; sal means light, while dar is green, siph is red, and ul is pink)
zhyudzat: zylon
vyalpa: cyser
dagisnakhdekat: cytometer (from Ciladian roots: dagis, cell + nakh, to measure + dekat, machine)

Edit: Also a link to my previous post on the lapan/nuk/apiil bioswath, which was the last post on its page -- don't want it to get lost: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=7236&p=310080&hilit=kreebo#p310080
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Today O put up this page:

https://khemehekis.angelfire.com/zidrova.htm

Took me forever to make sure I was naming all those plants and animals correctly!
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Edited / completed (more or less) the message on Noiraka adverbial clauses.
My meta-thread: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5760
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Over the past few days I really began my work on the Ampwanitz language, the telepathic lingua franca of the homa of the planet Pluos. I decided on its phonemic inventory and phonotactics (allophones will come later). I also worked out all twelve noun declensions -- it's a language a lot like the Classical IE languages (Latin, Greek, Sanskrit). There are twelve declensions, eight cases (nominative, genitive, kinship, accusative, dative, instrumental, vocative, and oblique), and three numeri (singular, plural, and subsingular).

Finally, I worked out the number system (decimal, as the homa have five finges on each hand) and created over 130 words (including many numbers, the names of the planets in Blu-lar, and many futuristic/high-tech alien concepts that were borrowed into Kankonian).

I'm going to start creating hundreds of plant, animal, etc. species from the bioswath that includes the homa over the next few days. This bioswath has black plants. Many classes will receive their LIE names from Ampwanitz, so I'm going to want to have a solid language to do all this species-naming.

EDIT: Just did all the words on this list and now Ampwanitz is up to 386 words.
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I made an HTML page for Quispe, the telepathic language of the añak of the planet Querre.

Worked out the number system:
Spoiler:
0 oguatl
1 ki
2 naz
3 brim
4 puedo
5 pietx
6 totx
7 xaima
8 hwek
9 rriebhe
10 drros
11 kuños
12 guatx
13 kitx
14 natx
15 bringuas
16 pueguas
17 guatxpietx
18 guatxtotx
19 guatxaima
20 guatxhwek
21 guatxrriebhe
22 guatxdrroz
23 guatxkuños
24 alua
25 alua ki
26 alua naz
27 alua brim
28 alua puedo
29 alua pietx
30 alua totx
31 alua xaima
32 alua hwek
33 alua rriebhe
34 alua drros
35 alua kuños
36 brimed
37 brimed ki
38 brimed naz
39 brimed brim
40 brimed puedo
41 brimed pietx
42 brimed totx
43 brimed xaima
44 brimed hwek
45 brimed rriebhe
46 brimed drros
47 brimed kuños
48 pueded
49 pueded ki
50 pueded naz
51 pueded brim
52 pueded puedo
53 pueded pietx
54 pueded totx
55 pueded xaima
56 pueded hwek
57 pueded rriebhe
58 pueded drros
59 pueded kuños
60 pietxed
61 pietxed ki
62 pietxed naz
63 pietxed brim
64 pietxed puedo
65 pietxed pietx
66 pietxed totx
67 pietxed xaima
68 pietxed hwek
69 pietxed rriebhe
70 pietxed drroz
71 pietxed kuños
72 totxed
73 totxed ki
74 totxed naz
75 totxed brim
76 totxed puedo
77 totxed pietx
78 totxed totx
79 totxed xaima
80 totxed hwek
81 totxed rriebhe
82 totxed drroz
83 totxed kuños
84 xaimed
85 xaimed ki
86 xaimed naz
87 xaimed brim
88 xaimed puedo
89 xaimed pietx
90 xaimed totx
91 xaimed xaima
92 xaimed hwek
93 xaimed rriebhe
94 xaimed drroz
95 xaimed kuños
96 hweked
97 hweked ki
98 hweked naz
99 hweked brim
100 hweked puedo
101 hweked pietx
102 hweked totx
103 hweked xaima
104 hweked hwek
105 hweked rriebhe
106 hweked drroz
107 hweked kuños
108 mebhed
109 mebhed ki
110 mebhed naz
111 mebhed brim
112 mebhed puedo
113 mebhed pietx
114 mebhed totx
115 mebhed xaima
116 mebhed hwek
117 mebhed rriebhe
118 mebhed drroz
119 mebhed kuños
120 drrozed
121 drrozed ki
122 drrozed naz
123 drrozed brim
124 drrozed puedo
125 drrozed pietx
126 drrozed totx
127 drrozed xaima
128 drrozed hwek
129 drrozed rriebhe
130 drrozed drroz
131 drrozed kuños
132 kuñed
133 kuñed ki
134 kuñed naz
135 kuñed brim
136 kuñed puedo
137 kuñed pietx
138 kuñed totx
139 kuñed xaima
140 kuñed hwek
141 kuñed rriebhe
142 kuñed drroz
143 kuñed kuños
144 mial
145 mial ki
146 mial naz
147 mial brim
148 mial puedo
149 mial pietx
150 mial totx
151 mial xaima
152 mial hwek
153 mial rriebhe
154 mial drroz
155 mial kuños
156 mial guatx
157 mial kitx
158 mial natx
159 mial bringuas
160 mial pueguas
161 mial guatxpietx
162 mial guatxtotx
163 mial guatxaima
164 mial guatxhwek
165 mial guatxrriebhe
166 mial guatxdrroz
167 mial guatxkuños
168 mial alua
169 mial alua ki
170 mial alua naz
171 mial alua brim
172 mial alua puedo
173 mial alua pietx
174 mial alua totx
175 mial alua xaima
176 mial alua hwek
177 mial alua miebhe
179 mial alua drroz
180 mial brimed
181 mial brimed ki
192 mial pueded
204 mial pietxed
216 mial totxed
228 mial xaimed
240 mial hweked
252 mial rriebhed
264 mial drrozed
276 mial kuñed
288 naz mial
289 naz mial ki
300 naz mial guatx
312 naz mial alua
313 naz mial alua ki
432 brim mial
576 puedo mial
720 pietx mial
864 totx mial
1,000 totx mial kuñed puedo
1,008 xaima mial
1,009 xaima mial ki
1,152 hwek mial
1,153 hwek mial ki
1,296 rriebhe mial
1,440 drroz mial
1,584 kuñs mial
1,728 tupos
1,729 tupos ki
1,740 tupos guatx
1,872 tupos mial
2,016 tupos naz mial
2,021 tupos naz mial pietx
2,160 tupos brim mial
2,304 tupos puedo mial
3,456 naz tupos
3,600 naz tupos mial
3,744 naz tupos naz mial
5,184 brim tupos
6,912 puedo tupos
8,640 pietx tupos
10,368 totx tupos
12,096 xaima tupos
13,824 hwek tupos
15,552 rriebhe tupos
15,553 rriebhe tupos ki
17,280 drroz tupos
19,008 kuños tupos
19,009 kuños tupos ki
20,736 guatx tupos
20,880 guatx tupos mial
21,024 guatx tupos naz mial
41,472 naz guatx tupos
41,616 naz guatx tupos mial
41,760 naz guatx tupos naz mial
62,208 brim guatx tupos
62,209 brim guatx tupos ki
248,832 mial tupos
1,000,000 puedo mial naz tupos hwek mial pietxed puedo
2,985,984 tliqua
35,831,808 guatx tliqua
429,981,696 mial tliqua
5,159,780,352 ispiqua
61,917,364,224 guatx ispiqua
743,008,370,688 mial ispiqua
8,916,100,448,256 grogiqua
106,993,205,379,062 guatx grogiqua
1,283,918,464,548,864 mial grogiqua
5,407,021,574,586,368 ursiqua
Also decided that the ancient language from which Quispe got its roots for inkhorn words is called Mazmiza.

Took the opportunity to make the word for plant klebiz, since it's not every Leholang wherein I can derive the word for "plant" from the word for "black".

I did the Basic 200 List for this one too, and now Quispe's lexicon count is up to an even 350.
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After three days, I just finished drawing all the major species in the black plant bioswath that includes such sapients as the azhwea, the mophmon, the sochitl, the kektes, the homa, and the añak. I guess I should really call it a megabioswath, since no one planet has all, nor even three fourths of the species I've drawn.

My favorite creatures include the midia, a nectarozoan (class with nipples that gives a nectary substance called ñu -- the añak's class) that resembles a ground sloth with a canine head. I came up with the midia in a dream, whereon I saw this creature in a Mien friend's backyard, on the ground below her cablehouse (like a treehouse, only it runs on a cable like a cable car) and we were afraid of being eaten by it. I was told in a dream that the creature was known as "mi dia" in Laos. Other favorites include a binga (arthrologue phylum on these planets) that looks like a scorpion with wings; an ophiologue (snake analogue) with yellow and back stripes that has a stinger in back like a bee's or wasp's; monotreme nectarozoans that resemble four-legged kiwis and moas; the dreadlock plant, a pteridologue black plant that resembles a bunch of dreadlocks; and the pistrabhia-grramia (another dream inspiration), a flowering black plant that belongs to a flowering plant class with two distinct types of flowers on a single individual in the species (one is the magenta, orchid-like pistrabhia and the other is the white, lily-like grramia).

All in all, I drew for this megabioswath 7 viruses, 7 bacteria, 7 protozoa, 15 algae, 13 bolsotetams (fungus-like kingdom of organisms that produce a sweet, fruity flesh body on top that's good to eat when it's rotting), 245 black plants, and 370 animals.
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I had recently bought some blank unlined index cards. They come, with a hole punched in one end and several metal rings to hold them together. Two boxes of 300 cards. I finally got all of my words I've created so far for my Shu language onto the cards. I put the English word on one side and the Shu word on the other. So now comes the hard part of learning the words as I go along. [:D] My goal is not only to finally finish creating a language for the first time, but also to learn it so I can speak it fluently as well as write it, and remember the script for it.
DESH ABONUK KE NI NA
(IT) IS A PLEASURE TO KNOW YOU

NUK KE DESHT
PLEASE SIT DOWN (LITERALLY, PLEASE TO SIT)

DESH ŶN MODA KE ŶM AMSPA
THERE IS A METHOD TO THE MADNESS
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My language has reached the 1700 words mark today. :)
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As of today, my language now has 957 words. I finally got all of my flash cards alphabetized.
DESH ABONUK KE NI NA
(IT) IS A PLEASURE TO KNOW YOU

NUK KE DESHT
PLEASE SIT DOWN (LITERALLY, PLEASE TO SIT)

DESH ŶN MODA KE ŶM AMSPA
THERE IS A METHOD TO THE MADNESS
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Now my language as of yesterday is over 3000 words. I am working on the countries and their people. Added this morning more of the origin story on my conworld.
DESH ABONUK KE NI NA
(IT) IS A PLEASURE TO KNOW YOU

NUK KE DESHT
PLEASE SIT DOWN (LITERALLY, PLEASE TO SIT)

DESH ŶN MODA KE ŶM AMSPA
THERE IS A METHOD TO THE MADNESS
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A new case system I'm thinking of:

Fem:

Code: Select all

Nom: -u   / -ū
Acc: -atu / -utū
Ins: -asu / -usū
Cns: -0   / -ē
Masc:

Code: Select all

Nom: -i   / -ī
Acc: -eti / -itī
Ins: -esi / -isī
Cns: -0   / -ē
The goal of the case system is to make the suffixes never stressed and to have a certain kind of moraic rhythm
Rēbi alāditī ilgusū palti
[ˈrɛː.bi ɒˈlɒː.di.tiː ˈil.gu.suː ˈpɒl.ti]
man-M.NOM.SG warrior-M.ACC.PL fish-F.INS.PL ACT-NFUT-give-3ms
"the man gave the warriors (with) some fish"

There is still the double object construction, which exists in colloquial varieties:
Rēbili alādāli ilgā palti
[ˈrɛː.bi.li ɒ.lɒːˈdɒː.li ˈil.gɒː ˈpɒl.ti]
man-M.NOM.SG-DEF warrior-C.OBL.PL-DEF fish-C.OBL.PL ACT-NFUT-give-3ms
"the man gave the warriors (with) some fish"
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Added three consonant clusters to Shu, and chose three Unicode characters for them. The first was "tr" which is "Ť" The second is "ʃhp" which is "Ŝ" and
"ʃht", which is "Ş". I already had "t͡s" which is "Ŧ".
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(IT) IS A PLEASURE TO KNOW YOU

NUK KE DESHT
PLEASE SIT DOWN (LITERALLY, PLEASE TO SIT)

DESH ŶN MODA KE ŶM AMSPA
THERE IS A METHOD TO THE MADNESS
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Created a small inventory of sounds cats make and the closest analogous sounds in humans for my ongoing Japanese based "cat lang".
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I finally settled on a morphosyntactic alignment for Miyorran (tripartite) and started working out the case system. Six cases so far, and there will be more once I decide whether to make a sole locative and temporal case or divide them up.
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The foundation for the tɐ́lʒrə̬k language has been laid and it is super solid. Hopefully soon I will have my website up and running. tɐ́lʒrə̬k has a bunch of vocabulary already and my next step is to build an actual tɐ́lʒrə̬k language dictionary. I have set my sights high for this one. My goal is to reach 1,800 idioms. That is one idiom a day for five years and a 9,000 word dictionary as well that is five words per day. By the end of five years from now I could possibly have more words and idioms. This is my goal.

Today I have accomplished 1 idiom and 5 words!
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Added two prepositions to Ampwanitz, borrowed into Kankonian and LIE, with equivalents in many languages of advanced Lehola peoples.

The words are pwemo and zuo. "Pwemo" means "at a lower-numbered dimension than", while "zuo" means "at a higher-numbered dimension than". So if you are in the fourth dimension and Dzhusinda is in the fifth dimension, you are currently pwemo Dzhusinda, and Dzhusinda is zuo you.
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Johnathan_4 wrote: 07 Sep 2021 15:03 and a 9,000 word dictionary as well
Why not aim for a 10,000-word dictionary? Then tɐ́lʒrə̬k will be eligible for this list: https://www.frathwiki.com/Conlangs_with ... ,000_words
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Wow I did not know that. Thanks for the info! I will aim for 10,000 or more then! [:D]
NO MATTER HOW YOU FEEL, GET UP, DRESS UP. SHOW UP, AND NEVER GIVE UP. [:D]
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

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Johnathan_4 wrote: 09 Sep 2021 05:15 Wow I did not know that. Thanks for the info! I will aim for 10,000 or more then! [:D]
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Re: What did you accomplish today?

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Added more substance to my Shu grammar PDF. I also added in table styles so every other line in the tables are highlighted. This makes them easier to read.
DESH ABONUK KE NI NA
(IT) IS A PLEASURE TO KNOW YOU

NUK KE DESHT
PLEASE SIT DOWN (LITERALLY, PLEASE TO SIT)

DESH ŶN MODA KE ŶM AMSPA
THERE IS A METHOD TO THE MADNESS
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