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The Atlantic name for Rami.

I forget, sometimes, that those of my languages that share the same space ought to be influencing each other.  Atlantic, for example, is supposed to have many loanwords from Menashean (a later stage of Drake) but I have not put many in yet—mostly due to the woeful lack of progress in the latter. And so […]

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Âdlantki word of the moment.

pruÅ¡ni. (prúʃ.ni) n. Offspring, progeny. A baby; an infant. [Proto-Indo-European *proHâ‚‚-ǵnH₁-o-.] As one of the glosses suggests, this is a near cognate to “progeny”, though the formation was meant to follow Sanskrit प्रजा prajā. It can be used both of descendants generally, or of infants—compare “child” in English—but I think the more usual sense is the latter. […]

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‘Buzz’ in Âdlantki

I wanted something cognate to Latin bombÄ«re when I started working on this word, but all the other cognates seemed a little too European; I ended up going with the PIE root *bhrem- instead (so the word is related to the Âdlantki word for ‘bee’, vormi.) The root gives an unattested Kirumb normal stem *brim-, […]

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Âdlantki words of the moment

Unlike last time where I only managed to work with one word, this time I actually have a word and a half! At this rate I’ll be writing books in no time. The Âdlantki word for a dog is soné /sɔ̀ne/. This comes from the same IE root as Greek κύων, Latin canis, English hound, […]

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‘To play’ in Âdlantki

I don’t know if it’s a function of free time, lack of attention span, or old age, but I’m finding it takes me disproportionate amounts of time to create words these days.  Of course my a posteriori conlanging methods are at the best of times somewhat haphazard. The process of determining: Å¡ožvi, Å¡ož, žeki v. […]

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