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Offline klaus

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« Reply #100on: January 13, 2008, 11:02 »
Friends, speaking English with only Germanic words is not speaking bad English. I beg you, mind the laws of the tongue.
Да здравствует свободная Эстония! Elagu vaba Eesti!

Offline Xico

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What does it mean: 'a stim-word'? A stem or something else?
Why are these words written in such a queer way: liek, taek, oen, theer?
What does it mean:  'gebrucced'? 'Gebraucht', as the Teutons say? But in the today's English tongue there is no such a word. We'd better put 'to bring into play' instead of 'to u*e'.
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« Reply #102on: January 13, 2008, 19:34 »
I haev found this wonder-word today ... -

þrym {gloria}  ;up:

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ƿ - wynn - about which I told earlier ...


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« Reply #104on: January 13, 2008, 21:09 »
Speaking of Englyshe siblings-in-meaning to the Latin ones, "frith" is a word we could say instead of "peace". But the mindset behind frith scares me. At first the word sounds well-meaning, a sibling of "freedom", but when we dig deeper into it, we find out its true meaning: upholding the herd's law. Anyone who is deemed unworthy by the herd will be cast out. Brings to mind those tales about how the Norse fed sick children to the wolves in heathen times.
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« Reply #105on: January 13, 2008, 21:25 »
frith ?

That`s good!  :)

A lot worden had not the saem meaning earlier that they haev it in Now World and Withtiming Tong ...

Theerfoer - theer is no task to wield them now in the meaning which we need!

So - hallowed be that frith  ;D ;up:

By the way ... I had wielded the word "fred" earlier for this romaniac "peace".

Now - thanks to You - I`m begining to wield the frith.  8)

« Reply #106on: January 14, 2008, 01:22 »
As theer has good word and Seemdom -

Høg Norsk

Há Íslenska or Há Frónska

I strongly raten {advise} and bestow to wield the Great Word -

High English

and maek new Naem for this Thread! - High English !

Besides this - blithen taek a look at this Seemdom -

Аnglish

By the way - also I`m fighting for Vysokij Russkij  :) :yes: 8)




Offline Semkowski

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« Reply #107on: January 15, 2008, 16:40 »
Are we speaking English without Roman words or Englisc here? :)

Offline Andrei N

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Are we speaking English without Roman words or Englisc here?
I think we will end up with speaking English without Roman letters.
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Offline RostislaV

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« Reply #109on: January 15, 2008, 17:32 »
Are we speaking English without Roman words or Englisc here? :)

 :)

both ... and moer as I see this!  ;D

Eald Englisk  ;up:

Middel English

Withtiming (Withtimy ?) English KLEAN!  ;up:

Anglish  :green:

or ...

we kan say -

High English  :up:

 :)

Offline klaus

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« Reply #110on: January 15, 2008, 23:13 »
Say something in good English, dear Rostislav, leave high English alone.
Да здравствует свободная Эстония! Elagu vaba Eesti!

Offline Xico

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Are we speaking English without Roman words or Englisc here?
I think we will end up with speaking English without Roman letters.
Veni, legi, exii.

Offline Andrei N

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« Reply #112on: January 15, 2008, 23:21 »
Цитата : Belg - Cегодня в 15:18:25
Цитата : "Semkowski"
Are we speaking English without Roman words or Englisc here?
I think we will end up with speaking English without Roman letters.
Yes but, you want me to say "ærendgewrit"? Or you know another word?
[здесь должно что-то быть]

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« Reply #113on: January 18, 2008, 07:00 »
We can call them runes. :) Latin runes. :o By the way, what about a futhark for Englyshe? I wish we were free to choose whichever runeshape layouts we like for writing on this sight, we could show the true runes then. Maybe we should nag the sightlord about this.

That link about Anglish was startling to see, being the very thing we've been doing here. :) Following the link from wiki I found a few "Anglish" words here, not too helpful though.
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« Reply #114on: January 18, 2008, 07:24 »
http://www.arild-hauge.com/eanglor.htm
Englyshe runes! Now we only need a way to show these runeshape layouts here. "Anglo-Saxon Runes" (1 and 2 too).
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Offline RostislaV

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« Reply #115on: January 18, 2008, 22:04 »
funny ... sweetly

about this I`ve talked about 15 yearen ago ... But in moer strong and mighty way ...

not bad -

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again- = re-
back- = re-
(be)side- = para-
even- = equi-
folk- = demo-
for- = de-
for- = dis-
for-, mis- = an-
fore- = pre-
fore- = anti-
gain- = contra
half- = semi-
head- = arch-
lone- = mono-
many- = multi-
many- = poly-
off- = de-
off- = dis-
on- = ad-
out- = de-
out- = dis-
out- = ex-
over- = trans-
over- = super-
self- = auto-
sham- = pseudo-
sunder- = dis-
through- = trans-
tway = dia-
two- = bi-
twy- = ambi-
uber- = super- [where “over-“ yields the wrong connotations]
un- = de
up- = co-
up- = col-
up- = con-
with- = re-

but this is all such in loverhood way ...  :green:

Offline sknente

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« Reply #116on: January 18, 2008, 22:38 »
Forewordlings aren't of much help, we need more words to stand for things like "exactly" and such. Handy little words like that. :)
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« Reply #117on: January 18, 2008, 23:18 »
Forewordlings aren't of much help, we need more words to stand for things like "exactly" and such. Handy little words like that. :)

Do see this -

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exactly [] adv cyrtelíce neatly, cyrtenlíce fairly, nearwe carefully

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nearwe Adverb narrowly closely straitly strictly narrowly strictly carefully exactly

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exact [] wv/t1b ábǽdan take toll


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« Reply #119on: January 18, 2008, 23:38 »
"That's neatly what I meant" "That's strictly what I meant" "That's narrowly what I meant" Doesn't work. :no: Also another word which is beyond handy: "just" :'(
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« Reply #120on: January 18, 2008, 23:59 »
"That's neatly what I meant" "That's strictly what I meant" "That's narrowly what I meant" Doesn't work. :no: Also another word which is beyond handy: "just" :'(
Veni, legi, exii.

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« Reply #121on: January 18, 2008, 23:59 »
Also another word which is beyond handy: "just" :'(

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hwíl [] f (-e/-a) while, time; a long time; hour; nú ~e just now, a while ago; ealle ~e all the while; óðre ~e…óðre ~e at one time…at another time; adv ~e once; þá ~e (þe) while, whilst, meanwhile

so OE`s hwíl = TE(WE)`s while

« Reply #122on: January 19, 2008, 00:12 »
"That's neatly what I meant" "That's strictly what I meant" "That's narrowly what I meant" Doesn't work. :no: Also another word which is beyond handy: "just" :'(

this word (neatly) works! what`s wrong ?

All you haev to do is to wield it in a rightful meaning ...

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« Reply #123on: January 19, 2008, 00:23 »
Oh, "strict" comes out of the evil tongue. "Anglish" and RostislaV have wickedly misled me. "Anglish" is to be sacked and set afire.
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« Reply #124on: January 19, 2008, 01:36 »
Oh, "strict" comes out of the evil tongue. "Anglish" and RostislaV have wickedly misled me. "Anglish" is to be sacked and set afire.

???  :o

 

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