Ninety-Eights and Ninety-Nines

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Âagenzbèe has a suffix (that is, naturally, manually signed) as a way to indicate directions.

Âagenzbèe has a suffix (that is, naturally, manually signed) as a way to indicate directions.

Three sets of direction names are available in Hesmai Iok.

Three sets of direction names are available in Hesmai Iok.

As a bit of a test run, I’m trying out a new workflow that should allow me to automate the posting of all these constructed language things directly from digitization without ever spending a second on Tumblr – which may well be good for my mental health the way this is going, not naming any names.

Coinciding that, because I changed my scanner, there should no longer be an annoying dark streak down the middle of some pages, though judging by the initial outputs of the scans it seems like the ink looks much more bulbous and fuzzy than the old scanner.

Posts resume tomorrow in a beta of this workflow, but it shouldn’t look any different to you (other than the lack of dark streaks!)

Unexpectedly, Serakafph Xaxex’s variable system can be jury-rigged into doing recursion!

Unexpectedly, Serakafph Xaxex’s variable system can be jury-rigged into doing recursion!

And, or, and xor in Âagenzbèe. I find that growing these two languages in parallel, implementing features in two different ways and influencing the development of each other seems to have a beneficial effect in both languages.

And, or, and xor in Âagenzbèe. I find that growing these two languages in parallel, implementing features in two different ways and influencing the development of each other seems to have a beneficial effect in both languages.

"(x)or" in Hesmai Iok

"(x)or" in Hesmai Iok

"On your six" means "below you"  rather than "behind you" in EP.

"On your six" means "below you" rather than "behind you" in EP.

Just a quick name check for the four GGs that exist in virtually every Pseudoan language. “t”, in lowercase, is for everything else that isn’t P Q R and S. It is not selected because it’s the letter after S.

Just a quick name check for the four GGs that exist in virtually every Pseudoan language. “t”, in lowercase, is for everything else that isn’t P Q R and S. It is not selected because it’s the letter after S.

Like Egonyota Pasaru, HI distinguishes two types of “and”. The difference is that they are also subject to declension!

Like Egonyota Pasaru, HI distinguishes two types of “and”. The difference is that they are also subject to declension!

Adjectives in Hesmai Iok.

Adjectives in Hesmai Iok.

And the map’s done. To note is that some of the roads are very wide and the blocks out here in the far side is substantially larger than 25 F a side. Also it looks like the trains here are much wider than what we are used to seeing. There are so many sizes of inhabitants in the city that there’s a gradation of the sizes of a block, though in most cases trains and buses keep a global minimum to the entire city.

And the map’s done. To note is that some of the roads are very wide and the blocks out here in the far side is substantially larger than 25 F a side. Also it looks like the trains here are much wider than what we are used to seeing. There are so many sizes of inhabitants in the city that there’s a gradation of the sizes of a block, though in most cases trains and buses keep a global minimum to the entire city.

Planetary classifications of the Jesdic Pasaru reject, or at least tries not to designate any planet, the description “unsuitable for life” or “death-world”, knowing full well that life can pop up in the least expected positions. Instead, it draws from a multitude of factors, and tries to find the best fit species – imagining if required, and deferring to the oddballs that make life if imagination fails.

I saw someone else make a pronominal inflect on tense and I decide that Hesmai Iok articles inflect on tense too. Oh boy!

And here is the rule of intransitive ones.

Erratum: tiuv6 → uvei5

And here is the rule of intransitive ones.

Erratum: tiuv6 → uvei5

Verbs get their own GGs, which interfere with noun GGs for increased hilarity. This is the rule for transitive verbs.

Verbs get their own GGs, which interfere with noun GGs for increased hilarity. This is the rule for transitive verbs.