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Author:  Ossicone [ Sat Jan 22, 2011 4:06 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

It was from a translation on the cbb.
I have yet to get in trouble with the police. :roll:

Author:  Ossicone [ Tue May 24, 2011 6:57 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

Resurrect!

I've been slowly working on redoing the grammar.
Here are the first sections completed. I'll probably do the overview last, so it's basically a place holder now.

Author:  Ossicone [ Tue Jun 14, 2011 12:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

HERE - is a smallish update. Mostly formatting changes, but a bit of new content too.

Author:  Kvan [ Tue Jun 14, 2011 3:31 pm ]
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A black screen is the only thing popping up even after I have gotten my Dropbox account.

Author:  Ossicone [ Tue Jun 14, 2011 3:32 pm ]
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:? It works for me.

You could try right-click and saving the pdf.

Author:  Kvan [ Tue Jun 14, 2011 3:38 pm ]
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Ok, well saving it worked at least. Thanks.

But I wonder why my computer isn't loading the pages. Hrm.. anyway... ::reads Inyauk grammar::

Author:  Zaris [ Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:08 am ]
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Could I ask you as how you make such beautiful graphs? Ive tried word and excel graphs and its only led me to terrible results.

Author:  Ossicone [ Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

NeoOffice. :D
I suspect OpenOffice is just as good.

Author:  Ossicone [ Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:58 pm ]
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Some more progress. HERE is the latest update.
New content at the end, as well as some minor fixes at the start.

Feedback is always appreciated.

Author:  TomHChappell [ Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

Ossicone wrote:
Some more progress. HERE is the latest update.
New content at the end, as well as some minor fixes at the start.

Feedback is always appreciated.


See this.

"Superlative" is abbreviated SUPL or SUP in best practice interlinear morphemic glossing.

"Comparative" is abbreviated COMP in best practice interlinear morphemic glossing.

Say Degree of Comparison instead of "Quantity".

"Masculine" is abbreviated MASC or M in best practice interlinear morphemic glossing.

Say "augmentative" instead of "augmentive".

"Possessive" is abbreviated POSS or POS in best practice interlinear morphemic glossing.

"Dual" grammatical number is abbreviated DU or du in best practice interlinear morphemic glossing.

What you call "quantifiers" may better be called "quantity"; or, maybe, "quantifiers" is good.

I know of no abbreviations for "none" or "some", nor of any alternate interpretations of NON or SOM. But ALL stands for the Allative case in best practice IMGs; you might prefer something else.

Author:  Ossicone [ Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:58 pm ]
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Thanks. But I'm going to stick with my own personal glosses.
I don't think they're counterintuitive (maybe just counter to the standard). I doubt it'll be an issue since I'm consistent within my own glossing and I plan to have a reference chart with the abbreviations I use.

You're going to have fit when you see what I use for cases. XD

I'll go fix the terminology though.

Author:  Salmoneus [ Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:58 pm ]
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Weren't people going to learn this or something?

Author:  Ossicone [ Mon Jul 25, 2011 8:14 pm ]
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Yeah, but I think they lost interest. :/
(Anyone still can if they want to though!)

Author:  Skomakar'n [ Tue Jul 26, 2011 8:55 am ]
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Ossicone wrote:
rickardspaghetti wrote:
Hejsan, Ossicone. Det verkar som du äntligen har bestämt dig för att gå med i ZBB. Ceresz blir nog överlycklig.

I've been watching silently for a while. :)
Does that mean I make a thread here dedicated to 'svenska och horor' too?

Hahahaha.

Anyway, I'll have to read your grammar in a while. Right now, I'm going to do something about the urges I got from Finlays picture, and have something to eat.

EDIT:
Okay. I haven't read all of it yet, because I got inspired and started adding words to my own language, haha, but I've read a few pages. I like what you're doing with this. I'm fond of fairly large inventories of vowels compared to yours, but when I found out about all of the allophony and actual realisations going on, I was happily surprised.

I thought one thing was a bit inconsistent about the orthography, and that is the usage of <ny> for /J/, but <j> for /j/. Does /nj/ or /n'/ contrast with /J/? If not, how come you're not using <nj>?

The little I've read about all of the phonological assimilation so far is really nice. Do you keep track of it all in your head yet?

I also like how you're compounding so much since you have such few word classes. I'll have to read more when my frenzy to work on my own language dies out a little, haha.

Author:  Ossicone [ Tue Jul 26, 2011 2:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

Skomakar'n wrote:
EDIT:
Okay. I haven't read all of it yet, because I got inspired and started adding words to my own language, haha, but I've read a few pages. I like what you're doing with this. I'm fond of fairly large inventories of vowels compared to yours, but when I found out about all of the allophony and actual realisations going on, I was happily surprised.

:) Well with only 3 vowels there's a lot of space to move around in.
Check out the regional allophones at the end.

Skomakar'n wrote:
I thought one thing was a bit inconsistent about the orthography, and that is the usage of <ny> for /J/, but <j> for /j/. Does /nj/ or /n'/ contrast with /J/? If not, how come you're not using <nj>?

It should be <y> for /j/ and <ny> for /ɲ/. Let me know if I goofed somewhere.

Skomakar'n wrote:
The little I've read about all of the phonological assimilation so far is really nice. Do you keep track of it all in your head yet?

I don't know... I've been doing it forever now. XD
I'm still rough on the consonant allophony though. So I do have to go back and look at the pages for some less common allophones.

Skomakar'n wrote:
I also like how you're compounding so much since you have such few word classes. I'll have to read more when my frenzy to work on my own language dies out a little, haha.

Get to work!

Author:  Ossicone [ Wed Jul 27, 2011 3:21 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

Another minor update HERE.
New map! It's been added to the pdf (as well as some minor format changes and fixes.)

Image

Author:  TomHChappell [ Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

I still wish you'd go with "du" instead of "dl" for "dual".


Ossicone wrote:
I doubt it'll be an issue since I'm consistent within my own glossing and I plan to have a reference chart with the abbreviations I use.

That'll probably be OK. Could you do it soonish?

Author:  Ossicone [ Fri Jul 29, 2011 2:12 pm ]
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Yeah. I've done most of it already. It'll be in my next update.

Just don't slay me when you see the cases/postpostions, okay?

Author:  míkl [ Sun Jul 31, 2011 4:56 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

Salmoneus wrote:
Weren't people going to learn this or something?
Ossicone wrote:
Yeah, but I think they lost interest. :/
(Anyone still can if they want to though!)

I was gonna join in with that.

I might revive my studies if I get bored in the holidays because I do find Inyauk very interesting. I like the new format for the grammar too. :D

I feel like I should say something mean now to balance this post out. :roll:

Author:  Ossicone [ Mon Nov 07, 2011 9:53 am ]
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I guess I should post this here as well.

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I have discontinued work on Inyauk.
It was my first conlang and I'm quite proud of it. However, I feel as if I have taken the language as far as I can. I learned a lot while making Inyauk but it's time to move on to other projects.

Author:  Taernsietr [ Mon Nov 07, 2011 10:03 am ]
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:cry:

I will look forward to seeing your future work, then. However, I'd still like to see Inyauk once in a while; even though you seem to prefer the CBB (which I do not visit). I do think it's an one-of-a-kind language...

Author:  Qwynegold [ Mon Nov 07, 2011 11:02 am ]
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Bitch! You've got a prettier Mongol script than me!

Ossicone wrote:
imúsuuninahi.

Lol, imusuuni means "my suction mouth" in Finnish.

Ossicone wrote:
I have discontinued work on Inyauk.
It was my first conlang and I'm quite proud of it. However, I feel as if I have taken the language as far as I can. I learned a lot while making Inyauk but it's time to move on to other projects.

You finished a conlang??? o_O

Author:  Skomakar'n [ Mon Nov 07, 2011 11:27 am ]
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This has been here since January? I haven't seen it!

I'll have a look.

Author:  Ossicone [ Mon Nov 07, 2011 12:12 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Inyauk

Taernsietr wrote:
I will look forward to seeing your future work, then. However, I'd still like to see Inyauk once in a while; even though you seem to prefer the CBB (which I do not visit). I do think it's an one-of-a-kind language...

Thanks. That is quite the compliment.
Anything major I post on both forums.

Qwynegold wrote:
Bitch! You've got a prettier Mongol script than me!

:P

Qwynegold wrote:
Lol, imusuuni means "my suction mouth" in Finnish.

XD Then imúsuuninahi means 'with my suction mouth.'[/quote]

Qwynegold wrote:
You finished a conlang??? o_O

Hardly no! It's more that I no longer have the desire to work on it in its current form.

Author:  maıráí [ Mon Nov 07, 2011 1:22 pm ]
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:o

Inyauk was really lovely. I tried studying it at some point; you've 'finished' something very nice. :)

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