What is the name of this language?

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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby kadani » Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:07 pm

I approve Ke[n]akoliku.
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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Homurakitsune » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:40 am

Miatato wrote:For language:
koliku (the child of "kolis" and "kuniku", the first being "talk" from the Sentences About the Book thread, and the other being a hypothetical word for "word" in the Morphology thread.)

Keakoliku or Kenakoliku are fun to say, but a little sharp with all those k's.

Meh. I may take that back to the drawing board. Just throwing this out there.

I happen to really like Kenakoliku personally. It is indeed fun to say. :D
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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Uh-Oh » Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:18 am

Homurakitsune wrote:I happen to really like Kenakoliku personally. It is indeed fun to say. :D

I like it too.
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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Matthew Turnbull » Wed Mar 31, 2010 3:15 pm

Miatato wrote:For language:
koliku (the child of "kolis" and "kuniku", the first being "talk" from the Sentences About the Book thread, and the other being a hypothetical word for "word" in the Morphology thread.)

Keakoliku or Kenakoliku are fun to say, but a little sharp with all those k's.

Meh. I may take that back to the drawing board. Just throwing this out there.


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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Dedalvs » Sat Apr 03, 2010 8:11 pm

kadani wrote:I approve Ke[n]akoliku.


I'm slightly partial to the version with the "n", but either sounds good.
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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Dedalvs » Tue Apr 06, 2010 1:58 pm

It's been a bit. Is our language Kenakoliku or Keakoliku?
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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Miatato » Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:12 pm

It looks like people liked Kenakoliku, and it has been a while since anyone has posted an opinion, so let's call it Kenakoliku.
:D
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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Dedalvs » Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:19 pm

Miatato wrote:It looks like people liked Kenakoliku, and it has been a while since anyone has posted an opinion, so let's call it Kenakoliku.
:D


Woo hoo! You should feature the name prominently somewhere on the page so we all get used to it.
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Re: What is the name of this language?

Postby Miatato » Tue Apr 06, 2010 2:48 pm

Your wish is my command.
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