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Offline sknente

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« Reply #75on: January 11, 2008, 02:10 »
Indeed, the tail of -s does not come from the Romans

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-s (1)
suffix forming almost all Mod.Eng. plural nouns, was gradually extended in M.E. from O.E. -as, the nom. plural and acc. plural ending of certain "strong" masc. nouns (cf. dæg "day," nom./acc. pl. dagas "days"). The commonest Gmc. declension, traceable back to the original PIE inflection system, it is also the source of the Du. -s plurals and (by rhotacism) Scand. -r plurals (e.g. Swed. dagar). Much more uniform today than originally; O.E. also had a numerous category of "weak" nouns that formed their plurals in -an, and other strong nouns that formed plurals with -u.
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« Reply #76on: January 11, 2008, 02:21 »
3. I see no need, but do it if you like. I don't see -s as Roman, and without it the tongue will be dead, unable to speak of anything of which there is more than one.

this, and + other your sending - yes I know! As I wroet -

3. What about ending "n/en" instead of of "-s", although this ending is not needly as roman ... but! all the same - drop it away!  :yes:

it means that I know the root of "-s" ...
But -

a) it looks liek Roman  :)

b) the Headiest! - Why "-s" has so strongly inbuild in English ?
This is London way ... Which has won this spot in English!

If an other English Spot-Tong had this win ... Then we kould see ONLY "-n/en" in English ... as we see this in other Theud Tongen ... Not Nordik anyway ...

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« Reply #77on: January 11, 2008, 02:30 »
The Headiest? What is that, like, a man with the biggest head?
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« Reply #78on: January 11, 2008, 02:34 »
I will undertake this ordeal! Wielding only Dutchic words is hard :(

Oh ... ! The good Word is!

But ... for to sorrow ... it is NOT! the straight weksling for Romancy "use"  :no:

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« Reply #79on: January 11, 2008, 02:37 »
Yeah well as you see, in the tongues of scandinavia, -ar/-er is the most often seen way to give the meaning of "many" to a word. And it stems from earlier -s. In the tongues of Deutschland, -en took over, in the Lowlands both -en and -s hold about the same strength. (from what I gather)

I don't know why you call it the London way, more likely it's the Norse way.
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« Reply #80on: January 11, 2008, 02:38 »
The Headiest? What is that, like, a man with the biggest head?

ah ... No! strongly ...  :no:

I only want ... to build the meaning - "The Very Main" ...

Head - Heady - Headiest ... maybe it is wrong way ... but it kould be in Anglo ... if Anglo still be the Anglo!  :what:

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« Reply #81on: January 11, 2008, 02:39 »
Wth is "weksling"? :what:
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« Reply #82on: January 11, 2008, 02:45 »
I only want ... to build the meaning - "The Very Main" ...
"The main thing", "But most of all". :)
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« Reply #83on: January 11, 2008, 02:56 »
Yeah well as you see, in the tongues of scandinavia, -ar/-er is the most often seen way to give the meaning of "many" to a word. And it stems from earlier -s. In the tongues of Deutschland, -en took over, in the Lowlands both -en and -s hold about the same strength. (from what I gather)

yes, this is right, moerover! - even in NordLanden you still kan see the "-s" ... soemtimen ... in soem worden ... 

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I don't know why you call it the London way, more likely it's the Norse way.

I had read this in oen book ... I don`t minding (in meaning - MEMORY) in which oen ...

But theer was said - that the "-s" bekaem the main ending in English that this was moer Londonia thing and Londonia had moer mightdom than any other spot in Middel-Hundredyearen`s Anglia ... strongly.

So ... it is bekaem the Main ending ...

ah ... so whiel it is too hard to speak in/out in Theud Worden ONLY!  :( :what:

I must maek moer doingen ... and overlook and mind out my OE/ME/WE and Nordik/Theud Worder ...   :what:

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« Reply #84on: January 11, 2008, 03:04 »
"mind out" = recall 8)
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« Reply #86on: January 11, 2008, 03:09 »
"mind out" = recall 8)

yes ... but "re" is NOT "ours" ... so say ...  :green:

but it kould be the Theudik too ...  8) maybe ... ?



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« Reply #88on: January 11, 2008, 03:25 »
Not easy to speak englisc like I see :) It's Wilhelm's fault  :D
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« Reply #89on: January 11, 2008, 03:35 »
To all and everyoen ... -  :)

When you looking for soem TRU English Word-Root or Root-Word ... I don`t know what kind of spot is better and righty ... - SO! Seek them out in such way -

- WithTiming English WordBook - see the old worden ... they must be always in thees booken! So, taek them and DO! wield!

- Middel English ... if you haev soemthing liek this, strongly ... wheer you kan find a lot good RIGHT worden ... liek - feorthung = "quarter" This is sheen! Am I right ?  8) in WE it may be liek - fourthing ... yeah-yeah ... it is tones as Hungarian forting ...  :D - but this is not viktikly!  8)

- Old (Eald) English (Englisk) (I would liek to right down this Word in TRU Anglo way ... which means - NO! - "G", "W" ... but for now I havn`t this RightWriting ... ).

If you havn`t found the TRU Theudik Worden in this ... So - go to the seekingen in -

- Fries (WithTiming Fries will gives you all needy worden ... I think, I hoep ...)

- Vlaamandische / Nenedrelands / Deutsch

- Old Theudiken ... liek Gothik ... and so on ...

- Old Nordiken (Old Norse, Old Islenska, Old Norges or soemthing liek this) + WithTiming all theese Tongen! - Norsk and Dansk aer the main! in this list! As moer keenful to English than any other Theudik tong ...

But the most keen is (as we know) - Fries!

So! If we want to speak in Right, Klean English - we MUST! dig and dig out the Fries!

 :) :yes: ;)

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« Reply #90on: January 11, 2008, 03:37 »
by the way ... does you all know about this streaming ...

HáFrónska.Org

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First time I see it, the wood and brass there sing a song sweet to the ear. But their goal is strange... why not just let Icelandic be what it is?

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yes ... but "re" is NOT "ours" ... so say ...
Oh that is true. So hmm... "pull it out of (my/your) mind"? :D Although, "pulling something out of the mind" sounds more like forgetting than "bringing it out inside the mind". Maybe we could put it that way.

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exchange - maybe veksling
Oh, you meant Wechsel. A German borrowing. This word is only said in Englyshe when the talk is about swapping gold for goods.  Otherwise, it can't mean "swapping" in a wider field of meaning. :o
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« Reply #91on: January 11, 2008, 03:45 »
To all and everyoen ... -  :)

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to see if the word I'm about to write is clean Englyshe or not, I look in www.etymonline.com . :) And to find Englyshe mean-alikes to the wicked Roman-ness, I go to this abode: http://thesaurus.reference.com/
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« Reply #92on: January 11, 2008, 03:53 »
to see if the word I'm about to write is clean Englyshe or not, I look in www.etymonline.com

this oen I know about  :)


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And to find Englyshe mean-alikes to the wicked Roman-ness, I go to this abode: http://thesaurus.reference.com

but this oen I do not know about ... so - þæŋk! . :)

BUT! anyway ... if you want to understand soemthing and learn this out ... you gotta  :green: to dig in to the rooten of this thing ...  8)

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« Reply #93on: January 11, 2008, 04:11 »
gotta to - тавтология
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« Reply #94on: January 11, 2008, 04:13 »
gotta to - тавтология

а шо делать?  :) потому улыбочкой и подчернкул ... ну юмор это ... ну что вы ...  :what: :green:

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« Reply #95on: January 11, 2008, 04:19 »
by the way, check it out: anglosaxon wiki
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« Reply #96on: January 11, 2008, 04:20 »
P.S. Þæt Englisc Wicipǣdia hæfþ nū ofer 1,000 ġewritu! :) :) :)
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« Reply #97on: January 11, 2008, 10:50 »
Someone put the word 'please', but it is french. Is there an other word that can be gebrucced instead?
[здесь должно что-то быть]

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« Reply #98on: January 11, 2008, 10:55 »
Someone put the word 'please', but it is french. Is there an other word that can be gebrucced instead?
please = I beg you.
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« Reply #99on: January 11, 2008, 12:36 »
Someone put the word 'please', but it is french. Is there an other word that can be gebrucced instead?
please = I beg you.

not very good way ... - long, not-oen-word way, and so on.

I would liek to wield with the stim-word "blithen/blithing" ...

That is first meaning of the word/do-word/stim-word - "please"

Taek a look to a wordbook for this "please"! What the first meaning is for it ? Yes, right! - the stim-word! Afterwards only theer is the meaning as Deutsch - "bitte".
So we KAN! wield this stim-word - "blithen/blithing" as the stim-word instead of "please" - even when it works as not stim-word but onspeeching ... I see this in such way.  :) :yes:

 

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