Fjallandic is a partial worldbuilding/partial thought experiment on how a language or dialect of Old Norwegian might arise in (partial) isolation. Fjalland is a fictional region northeast of Trondheim that, like Elfdalian, preserves several extinct Old Norse features while innovating new features.
Some of the features of Fjallandic are discussed below:
Like Old Norse, Modern Fjallandic has only three regular vowels in unstressed positions – /a i u/. Most traces of Old Norse unstressed vowels have reduced to schwa or syncoped entirely. These new vowels are instead from sequences that contain two similar vowels and either a nasal consonant or a dental fricative in between. (This was taken from ED with permission.)
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Mission: The goal is to construct a naturalistic, a-posteriori conlang, derived from 10th century Old Norse and spoken in Greenland, after centuries of isolation from mainland Europe but reoccurring contact with Native Americans. I intend there to be two main dialects, both of which correspond to the two major historical settlements in Greenland by the Norse: The Western Settlement and the Eastern Settlement. Because it is known that the Norse Greenlanders were in contact with the Inuit, I expect the language to be moderately influenced by that language, possibly taking in a number of loan words or grammatical features. However, I am hesitant to completely supplant the grammar of Greenlandic with that of the Inuit-Eskimo languages. As this…Read more >
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Some think English is like French with all their contorted spellings. But, notice the vowels or diphthongs in English words like tear, pear, and learn, as well as pour, tour, mouse, and sour. You get the picture. French isn't like this way. French is more consistent.Read more >
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Hey guys, it's almost time to start the Modern Slavlang Challenge! (It starts a little bit after the proto-lang challenge ends)
Therefore, I'm reannouncing it so that it will show up under the popular blog posts. (If there's a way to do that without creating a whole nother page, please let me know.
Some things further down on this page have been changed from the original blog post, so please don't assume you know all rules of the challenge just because you read the other blog post. These changes will be underlined.
Also, if you would like to participate, PLEASE comment on this post along with the name of your language so I can add you to the list of entries.
So, without further ado...
The goal of this challenge is to create a modern languag…
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This page deals with all Romance conlangs build by Gibberish Inspired.
Gibberish Inspired (talk) 01:43, February 5, 2014 (UTC)
These languages are either Non-Romance Italic languages or are Romance languages that have few indifferences from Latin to appropiately subcatagorize.
Klatikan - Proto-Italic/Latin/Classical Greek
-Klatikan is spoken in Antarctica.
Ilathakoan - Proto-Italic
-Ilathakoan is the language of Ilathakos, located in what is now Albania.
Antarctican - Latin/Classical Greek
Ropic - Latin
-Ropic was spoken in italy. It's name, Ropan, translates as Roman.
Chavimese - Latin
-Chavimese is spoken in the Balkans.
Jolacfeuan - Oil/Quebec French
-Jolacfeuan is spoken in Quebec.
Ponsic - Oil/Arpitan/Catalan
-Ponsic is the language of Pons, located…
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These are the conlangs made by Gibberish Inspired based after the Japanese language or some other Japonic language (etc. Ryukyuan, Pre-Kara)
Gibberish Inspired (talk) 19:23, February 14, 2014 (UTC)
Thomatan - Japanese/Greek
-Thomatan is spoken in Greece.
Gyan - Ryukyuan/Chinese
-Gyan is spoken in China.
Chantagongese - Japanese/Ryukyuan/Philippine/Formosan/Korean/Capondoan
-Chantagongese is spoken in Korea.
Katamakian - Japanese/Greek/Ainu
Jowan - Japanese/Javanese/Dravidian
-Jowan is spoken in Borneo & Java
Sadanese - Japanese/Batak/Malay
-Sadanese is spoken in Sumatra
Kazingkuan - Japanese/Ryukyuan
Okhutsk - Japanese/Chukchi/Yakut/Kamchatkan/Nivkh/Yukaghir
-Okhustk is spoken by ocean travelling peoples of the Siberian sea of Okhutsk.
Gornakan - Japanese…
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