Amanda's conlang info pages
The conlang relay page:
Personal conlangs currently up on the web:
- mërèchi - my personal high school language, slowly being retrofitted into a respectable lostlang; my primary relay language
- Mirexu - mërèchi's inexplicable polysynthetic sister language; has been used in several relays
- Toma Heylm - another high school language, influenced by Russian and creoles; has been used in several relays
- Mli Vjačgu - my first (and ongoing) attempt at a diachronic conlang.
- zilenodelénade - my first sophisticated language sketch, abandoned shortly after I started it in high school because it was too sophisticated for me!
- the "I can eat glass" conlang - a sketch
made for a Conlang-L translation exercise (and as an initial exploration of
- Disharmony - an unspeakable alien language
which violates a probable linguistic universal and requires the ability to
produce an indefinite number of simultaneous tones of any frequency, making
it incompatible with human mouthparts
Conlangs that may get put on the web if I feel like it:
- Korahamla, currently found only as a dataset within the Utterance Generator (see below)
- sketch of verbless language - everything gets nominalized
- sketch of 1996 language with impenetrable sandhi
My other materials of interest to conlangers:
- the Pysanky Words page. Originally
envisioned as a way to turn questionable web content into completely
harmless viewable-at-work content, it was never fully automated, nor is it
fully explained; currently showing a sample page.
- the Korahamla Utterance Generator
- the calendars I made up to go
along with my first language, now in their 17th earth year of operation.
"merechi terin alitano" is a 146-day calendar which can be seen in its
entirety by clicking on "Go to year view". The "zyentinaz" calendar was
inspired by the Mayan calendars which ran in simultaneous cycles of
differing lengths; think of it as a slot machine with three rollers, one
having 3 values, the next 11 values, and the third 17 values, for a complete
cycle of 561 days. If you hit the jackpot, it's a major holiday :)
Last updated: 11/1/2015