Sunday, January 11, 2009

Frensh

The League of Desmond Presents Frensh: an Old High Germanic Language Created by the Esteemed Mr. Kessler Ham Hutchinberries, esq.

        Pers.   Nom.    Acc.    Dat.    Gen.    Disj.   Cl.
sing.   1       jaa     méj     meidh   mon     méç     me
        2       dieu    déj     deidh   don     déç     de
        3 m.    hein    haam    haam    son     hein    se
          f.    haun    hendh   hend    son     haun    se
          n.    hom     homum   hour    son     hom     se

WÉRUM
Ind. sing.
Pers.   Present Preterite               Participle
1       im      wir                     jewérdh
2       irdh    wirt
3       erst    wir

HJARDHUM
Ind. sing.
Pers.   Present Preterite               Participle
1       hidh    haart                   jehaart
2       has     haarst
3       haaft   hadh

regular
1       -       -tiit
2       -st     -ardh
3       -dh     -art


noun declentions
m. nom.         obj.
-um             -umin
-udh            -udhan
-uth            -uthan

f. nom.         obj.
-a              -am
-ii             -iim
-iin            -iinim

gen -a

plural
-en
-én

articles
eim
eina
eimun

-eim
-eina
-einn

usage example:
Austoria s Pénisumin
Thjar wir eim Pénisum so heithart Kelsey, wir hein goot aoh klánimin.
Só skilkrödheim hadh eim böd ao hárseim had eimun aeroplán, séjart hárseim :
« Ha ! Ha ! Ha ! Mon aeroplána kan gárum oferállt im pláseina s eiminig Waterplásen ! »
« Eilswa, kan hom gárat mér snápa so eim böd ! »


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2 comments:

Cavalcadeofcats said...

Ah, ah, it is all quite beyond me!

Calvacadeofcats said...

Foreword and epilogue by Johannes Kesler.
Translations based on "The Tortoise and the Hair" Kessler, J. New York: Kelser Books. 1991.