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Re: Names of Languages
On Sat, 30 May 1998, Padraic Brown wrote:
> On Sat, 30 May 1998, Quetz wrote:
> > With all the talk of naming NGL and what other natlangs mean, I figure I
> > might as well post the origin of my conlang's name, Yafila. I'm not
> > sure right now whether it serves as the name of the people as well as
> > the language or not. It comes from Yafil.
> > Yet
> > Another
> > F---ing
> > International
> > Language
> > Which I abandoned way early on, but the name stuck. :) Anyone else?
> All the dialects discovered in and around Kemr seem to have names
> something similar to 'Brithenig'. So far there's Brithenig, the Standard
> Dialect; Breathanach, a Goidelic counterpart; Brzhoneg, which we haven't
> heard much of recently; and Breotu, both the last two are inhabitants of
You haven't heard much of Brzhonegh lately because I've been moving house.
But once I'm settled in, I'll be working on it more, and be posting more
(but that doesn't mean you all have to run away, now ;-) )
Ferenc Gy. Valoczy
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