Category Archives: 30DayConlang

Day 5- Software for conlanging

All I accomplished today was copying my conlang artifacts from one computer to another. I’m using: Microsoft Access – For lexicon management while building it (sorting words, checking for uniqueness, etc) Lexique Pro – For the final lexicon MinPair – … Continue reading

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Day 4- Context free grammars

I found another context free grammar parser, Gold Parser. It is much easier to use than the last one I was working with. I may have to use both anyhow, since there are 2 kinds of parsers: ones aimed at … Continue reading

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Day 3 of the 30 Day Conlang – Syntax and Grammar

I machine generated prefixes, suffixes and particles, following roughly CV+(l), CV(C) and VC(V) respectively. I have in mind this schematic for words: [pre] +[pre] + root + [root]* +suffix +[suffix] The obligatory suffix will carry the metaphysical obsessions of the … Continue reading

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Day 2 of the 30 Day Conlang – Removing minimal pairs

I removed all the minimal pairs. I hate minimal pairs. They make a lexicon hard to memorize. I’d rather poetry be done by some means other than relying on minimal pairs in the root words. I first removed everything where … Continue reading

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Day of of the 30 Day Conlang

Follow me on twitter with the hashtag #30DayConlang I have my first 800 root words generated using WordGenerator. I had to compile the latest from source to get it working (or maybe that was unreleated to my problem with my … Continue reading

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