Thread: I created a language
but do go easy, it's the first I've made and I plan on doing more, but for now this is it
note: this is running on my home server so it may be slow or experience other difficulties
so uh, thanks for all the info I get
and that's what it is, the first language on the world I'm creating, spoken by the gods
God's language sounds awesome. Why don't you write a bible in it next? ha, just joking...
Tinû ita Láma: Silver Birch of the Lake
It's pronounced like it's spelled (except in some cases). Ti-noo it-ay Lah(as in almond)-may.
Made plural by adding "t" or "ut".
Silver Birches: Tinût
"ui" or "kui" to end.
Andrea’s lake: Andreakui láma
The oak’s river: A kánui rinbár
It's not that far along actually... but yours is great!
it's not that complicated to make a language, it jsut helps to know many languages atleast a little, and me being a native of one of the most complicated languages out there sure does help
also i helped myself with wikipedia which provided a nise list of different tenses that I could rip from real languages
but the vocabulary is killing me
and Cloveress, as a matter of fact I AM writing a bible, but in english first :P
also when I will be doing the novel I will ahve two versions, each page you will be able to get in either english or native languages of the speakers...
and I wouldn't know about the french, haven't done it yet
my native toungue is slovene, from what I knwo one of the most archaic in europe, or rather it has the most archaic stuff still preserved
also it's so complicated and weird that we learn it's grammar the whole time while we're in school
but imma be making it perhaps more complex than tolkien :P
The masculine is formed with a suffix ae.
Example: mar - male water, marae - female water