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A Language I'm working on creating...

ba - Non-living
na - Living

tok - rock
ku - large
kutok - large rock
bakutok - non-living large rock

wisp - with

ness - maker
naness - life maker
baness - death maker
nakuness - goddess/god

nakunesstok - goddess/god of the living rock
nakunessshhh - goddess/god of the air
nakunesswi - goddess/god of the water
nakunessnahishhh - goddess/god of fire

natapertok wisp ness - pregnant woman
natapertokness - gutteral/shortened form of pregnant woman
wisp tapertok - with baby (more polite informal)

va - heavy
wa - light

vo - nothing
vopertok - empty person - an idiot or a shell of a person
vokupertok - large empty person - a really stupid person or a complete waste of space
navopertok - a living idiot - slang for a person of exceptional stupidity
nawisppertok - a person full of wind - a windbag


shhh - air
narushhh - wind
sunarushhh - breeze
kunarushhh - gale
bakunarushhh - dead large moving air - hurricane
bashhh - dead or stale air
nawinarushhh - light rain or normal rain
bawinarushhh - storm or heavy rain

wi - water
tawi - puddle
mawi - lake
kuwi - sea or ocean
kukaruwi - river
sukaruwi - stream
takaruwi - trickle/drip

ni (pronounced nee) - cold
hi (pronounced hee) - hot

baniwi - ice
nahishhh - fire

ku - large
ma - mid
su - small
ta - tiny

to (pronounced toe) - flat

pertok - person
supertok - child
tapertok - baby

bapertok - dead person
bakupertok - large dead person
basupertok - dead child

karu - moving
nakarukutok - lava

Idea: Take an existing song and translate the lyrics into this language. It will give you a basic framework within to help give form to the language.

gring - laughter
nagring - living laughter
kugring - loud laugh
bagring - humorless laughter

tor - tree
nator - living tree
bator - dead tree
bakutor - large dead tree

dorl - world
nasudorl - small world

kudorl - big world "wide world"

do (pronounced doe) - past tense
nessdo - made
supertokdo - was a child/formerly a child
gringdo - laughed
karudo - moved
bado - was dead

nu - future
gringnu - will laugh
nessnu - will make
dorlnu - world in the future
pertoknu - will be an adult

no - now
karuno - move now

ss - denotes being
ne (pronounce neh) - make
ness - maker
neno - make now

li - day
bi - night
noli - now it is day
nobi - now it is night
bido - last night (informal)
lido - yesterday (informal)

nenoli - make the day (slang - seize the day)
nenobi - make the night (slang - seize the night)
nenu - make the future
nedo - made the past
ssnedonu - you made the past (slang - you made your bed now lie in it)
ssnado - you made history
badone - the past is made/dead (slang - let it go)
nado - the living past - history

nadorl - the living world
nadorlss - Gaia/The Goddess/Mother Nature

kor - twisted
kortok - twisted rock
korpertok - twisted person (crazy/evil)
bakorkunarushhh - twisted large moving wind - tornado
bakorkunarushhhwi - twisted large moving wind water - water spout

fo - flower
torfo - tree flower (nut)


zo - many
mo - some
ko - few
zokuvopertok - many empty people - idiots
mopertok - some people
kokupertok - few large people - (also slang important group)

Blessing for the Dead:

"owno wisp narushhh nakuness se ti vona"
"Go now with the wind goddess from this empty life"

yo - happy
ho - unhappy/angry

ow - go
owt - stop

March 1, 2006 11:11:14 AM

Language notes from my handwritten notebook - remember to scan alphabet drawings. (Some repeats.)

Note: Degrees of emotion depend on size indicator preceding the word.

kuyo - extremely happy
suho - a little upset
kuho - furious

owno - go now (slang: quickly)
owtno - stop now (immediately!)

se - from (pronounced "see")
ki - to (pronounced "key")

ti - this (pronounced "tea")
ri - that (pronounced "ree")

ba - non-living
na - living

tok - rock
ku - large
kutok - large rock
bakutok - non-living large rock

wisp - with

ness - maker
naness - life maker
baness - death maker (slang: killer)
nakuness - goddess

natapertok wisp naness - pregnant woman

natapertokness - (slang: gutteral form of pregnant woman)

wisp tapertok - with baby (more polite informal)

ra - heavy
wa - light

vo - nothing
vopertok - empty person (an idiot or a shell of a person)

shhh - air
narushhh - wind (also karushhh)
kunarushhh - gale
sunarushhh - breeze
bakunarushhh - dead large moving air - hurricanes
bashhh - stale or dead air
nawinarushhh - light rain/normal rain
bawinarushhh - storm/heavy rain

ni - cold (pronounced "knee")
hi - hot (pronounced "hee")

ku - large
ma - mid
su - small
ta - tiny

to - flat (pronounces "toe")

pertok - person
supertok - child
tapertok - baby

bapertok - dead person
bakupertok - large dead person
basupertok - dead child

karu - moving
nakarukutok - lava

gring - laughter
garing - living laughter
kugring - loud laughter
bagring - humorless laughter

tor - tree
nator - living tree
bator - dead tree
bakutor - large dead tree (also slang for telephone pole)

dorl - world
nasudorl - small world
kudorl - "wide world"

do - past tense (pronounced "doe")
nessdo - made
superokdo - was a child
gringdo - laughed
karudo - moved
bado - was dead

nu - future
gringnu - will laugh
nessnu - will make
dorlnu - world in the future
pertoknu - will be an adult

no - now
karuno - move now

ss - denotes being
ne - make (pronounced "neh")
ness - maker
neno - make now

li - day (pronounced "lee")
bi - night (pronounced "bee")
noli - now it is day
nobi - now it is night
bido - last night (informal)
lido - yesterday (informal)

nenoli - make the day (slang - seize the day)
nenobi - make the night (slang - seize the night)

nenu - make the future
nedo - made the past

ssnedonu - you made the past (slang - you made your bed now lie in it)

ssnado - you made history
badone - the past is made/dead (slang - let it go)
nado - the living past - history

nadorl - the living world
nadorlss - Gaia/The Goddess/Mother Nature

kor - twisted
kortok - twisted rock
korpertok - twisted person (slang - crazl/evil)

bakorkunarushhh - twisted large moving wind - tornado
bakorkunarushhhwi - large moving wind water - water spout

fo - flower
torfo - tree flower (nut)

zo - many
mo - some
ko - few
zokuvopertok - many empty people (idiots)
mopertok - some people
kokupertok - few large people (slang - group of important people)

naba - (slang - universe)
bu - posessive, singular, also "me"

bunaba - "my universe"

ob - posessive, singular, "yours", also "you"
obnaba - "your universe"
ub - posessive, plural, "theirs", also "them"
ubnaba - "their universe"

wo - come

June 2, 2006 11:29 AM

mouth - grnd

tooth - grndtok, “mouth rock”

living tooth - nagrndtok

dead tooth - bagrndtok

empty smile - vokunagrndtok

smile - kunagrndtok

death grin - kubagrndtok




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