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Eyen



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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 4:30 pm    Post subject: Enajori Reply with quote

This is a conlang that I long ago abandoned, but have decided to revise it and hopefully use it again. It's a minimalistic language. I'll post the phonology and grammar soon.

Enajori to English Dictionary

ke- I, myself
toa- am
se- is
ni- it
puk- will, will do, will go
het- be
di- you, yourself
ze- not
si- no, never, not
mis- arm
tve- leg
lok- body, corpse
ans- foot
zu hand, make, create, sculpt, construct, feel
ve- toe
til- face
topa- head
su- eye, see, look, observe, notice
misu- nose, odor, smell
tai- mouth, speak
galin- thin, hair, transparent
mara- ear, sound, hear, noise
u- of, about
mika- stomach, middle
he- high
vo- low, ground
ket- good, excellent, wonderful
oto- bad, terrible
va- get, receive, obtain, have
mero- play, amuse, game
cic- for
mek- open
puku- close, close to, closed
nota- bone
pepa- neck
az- to
eku- inside, inner, in
fer- dirty, filthy, gross, disgusting
pefo- color
fero- person, individual
wei- red, rage
rom- orange, excitement
kaa- yellow, bored
lin- green, jealous
ce- blue, sadness
do- purple
tatu- pink, happy
vav- brown
den- different, separate, unique
zeden- same, together, shares
ja- well as in not sick
un- and, also
ku- or, instead of
sera- animal
nesera- reptile
wawosera- fish
pila- cat, feline
dala- dog, wolf-like
lusr- thing, object, item
hano- read, book, literature
feto- group, community
migo- sleep, dream
kepe- mind
tupa- lead
sozi- hot, sweltering
meko- in between
yasa- new, young
nel- but, instead of
neyo- old, ancient, ruin
ki- more, many, much'
soro- less, little, few, some
suro- fat, thick
koni- flat
dijio- paper
za- on
asa- dear, darling
elra- machine, device
sosh- clothes, fabric, wear, attire
to- az
naka- hello, greetings, saluations, goodbye, farewell
casa- arrive, come to
jego- future
jega- past
sa- now, present
tuta- plant, leaf, flower, weed
nata- tree, shrub
nena- use
lu- fruit
luca- vegetable
tu- hard, difficult, solid, tough
gele- soft, mushy, easy
ra- paint
me- as, as if, as to
mali- crime, wrong-doing
ma- air, wind, breathe, spirit
teso- fire, blaze, blazing
mekto- leader, president, king, queen
pen- cold, ice
da'ni- have, property of
nasa- goodbye
kakin- try, attempt
ta- at
uta- night, dark , darkness, evil
jas- day, light, lightness
muta- noon
fu- time
enoo- write, script, pencil
menti- late, tardiness
salo- early
unai- place, location, area
sala- take, steal, grab
ruaro- family
av- all, everyone, everything, universe, whole, entire, full
ena- world
jori- language, speech, idiom
tusa- after, afterwards
alu- before
seska- city, nation, town
re- run, sprint, gallop
lazu- walk
tul- smile, grin
ototul- frown, scowl
daku- practice
poto- door, passageway, entrance
doto- exit
kzasi- table, worktable
wawo- water, liquid, ocean, lake
tata- chair, throne, bench, couch
mugo- bed
geno- man, gentleman, husband
gane- woman, madam, wife
cagi- big, large, maximum
cago- minimum, small
tese- food, nourishment
cigo- boy, son
ciga- girl, daughter
tego- alive, living, life
sali dead, death, dying
og- the
fara- very
frena- crazy, odd, bizarre
hosa- mountain, tall
jora- word, definition
cafa- this, that
cafo- there
caf- them
tena- name, identity
mami- love, adore, cute, appeal, passion
dito- hate, hatred, loathe
fula- like, prefer
sama- want, desire, need
0 Dan, nothing, empty
1 onn, first
2 cann, second, half
3 denn, third
4 fonn, fourth
5 cinn
6 kann
7 sonn
8 mann
9 ichnn
10 jonn
tekre- break, broken
tibo- he/ him
dul- mistake, accident
tiba- she/ her
amiko- heart
supe- end, finale
lo- room, chamber
lopi- outside, out
pala- way, path, crossing
zaa- above, over
lafe- under, below
feli- pretty, beauty, beautiful
torope- ugly, horrorific
sesan- circle, round, sphere
isau- front
kota- understand, comprehend, know
pilo- learn
azpilo- teach
sira- sun, bright, sunbeam
miro- moon
liru- sweet
lirugo- sour
itoo- because, the cause of
zefo- only, alone
fu- time
fura- hour
fuli- minute, moment
futer- fight, battle, war
wo- bird, avian
sila- energy
ko- strong
mako- weak
futdo- year
futo- week
ama- away
kuji- number
giro- winter, snow
ko-ke- spring, flower
sulili- summer
materi- fall
dadi- cloud
fret- silverware
pava- sky, horizon
soli- tooth, to chew, to eat
pi- if
kofa- friend, accomplice
makofa- enemy
hir- sit
wi- up
wai- down
kahu- stand
hale- house, home
sayu- do
kakin- try, attempt
pa- yes
o- no
kita- age
mata- mother
pata- father
okuke- bore, boring, senseless
eku- go
kuje- can, able to, ability
sibling- seno [s] beno [b]
tar- hurt, ill
kere- remember
nikere- forget
tesono- off
kage- allow, permit
mekful- laugh
jorituna- forum, parliament
verto- government, leadership
lata- sad, tragedy
rago- anger
dalzo- silly
avkaz- already, have done, gone
vi- by
dulli- think, ponder
haika- stop, halt, cease
loru- success, win, glory
loku- loss, failure, fail
kute- leave, dismissed
vakiv- since, until
lelo- wait, remain, stay
dafa- here
doka- with
zedoka- without
nefda- baby, offspring, child, birth
soda- mother
bodo- father
serso- come, join
daari- happen
vari- except, exception
ra- too, also
rila- music
gikusa- welcome
jor- say, tell
napin- put
kas- plural
rache- country
joja- clean, wash

Words can be put together to form new words.
The main influences were Toki Pona and Esperanto.
An example:

Di misu frena...di joja se la? Dili nefda fer se.
You smell odd...are you clean? Your child is filthy.

For Serali:

Boingy: witatusera *Up happy animal*
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'd love to see some grammar. (Sorry, it's kind of hard to comment on a wordlist.)
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 19, 2009 2:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yes, grammar? Pronunciation key?

From the look of this:
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Di misu frena...di joja se la? Dili nefda fer se.
You smell odd...are you clean? Your child is filthy.


it's at least SV order? SOV? Is /la/ a question particle? (I couldn't find it in the list, but maybe I just went too fast.)
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 20, 2009 3:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

'La' is a question particle, and yes the word order is SOV.

Di jori u ke fula la? Ni fara gele az zu jega.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 12:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let's see if I get this right. (^_^)

Pa, ke ni fula. Di enoo zu jega la? Di ni me "code" nena la? Di ni kage jego az pilo la? Di ke azpilo jego la? Razz
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pa, Ke ni kuje azpilo. Un si, ni si enoo va, un ni "code" ze se.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 8:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks! (^_^) I couldn't find that one in there...
Di enoo zu jego la?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Si...ni gele se.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dikas doka zujori tai, ke ni fula! Very Happy

Ki u cafa eku Vreleks (should) het!
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 10:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ket!
Ke si kopa, eku Vreleksa la?

Un naka Hemicomputer az og ket u Enajori. Ke tatu se cafa di jori u ke fula un cafa ferole (people) ni kuje tai.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What is kopa? I cannot find it.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 11:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kopa: understand, comphrehend, know

Di kopa la?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 11:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

What's your orthography? Am I pronouncing it right in my head?
Which I guess leads into the question of what is your phonology?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2009 11:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Enajori's Phonology

A <a>
B b
C <c>
D <d>
E <e>
F <f>
G <g>
H <h>
I i
J <j>
K <k>
L <l>
M <m>
N <n>
O <o>
P <p>
R <r>
S <s>
T <t>
U u
V <v>
W <w>
Y <y>
Z <z>
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 12:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

It really lines up perfectly with Latin's 26 letters?

Is <y> really /y/, or is it /j/? Is your vowel system /a e i o u y/ ?
You really have /q/ ?
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 12:50 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tolkien_Freak wrote:
It really lines up perfectly with Latin's 26 letters?

Is <y> really /y/, or is it /j/? Is your vowel system /a e i o u y/ ?
You really have /q/ ?


Fixed it. It doesn't have a <q>.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 1:11 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Ferole" ke ze kota. What does that mean?

So, is /sh/ [S] or [sh]? If it's [S] but written /sh/ do you count it as a single unit or two?
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 2:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"Ferole" means people/individuals. "le" is the plural.

sh = /sh/ and I count it as one unit.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 3:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Eyen wrote:
Kopa: understand, comphrehend, know

Di kopa la?
In the word list, you have comprehend as kota, not kopa. Which is right?
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2009 7:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My bad, it's KOTA, sorry. Embarassed
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