Wednesday, October 26, 2005


I think I can, I think I can...

Just keep going. Yep.

Utel, ijayajal!

Wednesday, October 19, 2005


Good News!

One of my friends is going to learn Iklecan with me!

Monday, October 17, 2005


Nouns again

Next week I'll do verbs. This week I have...

benefactive case "for" -ular
locative case "on, in" -riza
(if distinction is absolutely nessecary, on=yas, in=arsu)

ahan "dream"
selki "city"
ilay "shadow"
shar "boy"
sashi "girl"

Friday, October 14, 2005


Are we there yet?

I think I'm almost ready to move is the end of the week, after all.

-adri, -afi, -n'aya

sulatash, arram, shadis, tefalu.

Thursday, October 13, 2005


What lovely words!

I had fun today, saying things like "the mountain is next to the desert."* and such. Well, it wasn't that fun, but it was entertaining, and I'm learning.

*hakamajuril sulatashiz arramizadri.

Wednesday, October 12, 2005



Hakamaja sulatashizadri. I am next to the mountain.

Shadis sulatashizafi. Wind with the mountain.

Arramiz sulatashafilu. The desert [is] with mountains.

Tekas'am shadisiz? Do you know the wind?

Sufi, tekasaja arramiz. No, I know the desert.

Uu, hakam'amiza ulasakar? Oh, you're an ulasakar?

Utel. Hakam'amina selkiyal. Yes. And you're a selkiyal.

Utel, utel! Tekasajiza shadis, tekasajiza sulatash! Yes, yes! I know wind and mountain.


Nouns and Cases

I am beginning...the noun. Gasp. I picked...
sulatash, "mountain"
arram, "desert"
shadis, "wind"
tefalu, "sand" (also a mild curse/oath)

Adessive Case, "near, next to" -adri
Abessive Case, "without" -n'aya
Sociative Case, "with" -afi

I'll post more later when 've learned something.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005


Four Verbs and Eighteen Pronouns

...that's what I've been working on for the past week. Well, that, and the adressive suffixes (they tell who you're spreaking to). I've learned to be, to make, to do, and to...gah, I know them better in Iklecan! Hakam, thazal, siraq, and tekas--ah! To know! There we go. I also know subjective pronouns* and objective pronouns**, as well as the aforememntioned adressive suffixes***. Oh, and negation: conjugate the verb safi, but only subjective suffixes go on that verb. anything else goes on the other verb.

I don't know (it)! Safaja tekasajuril!

I -aja
You s. -'am
He -ar
She -as
S/he -aras
It -ajur
We -af
You pl. -allu
They -alur

I -maja
You s. -m'am
He -mar
She -mas
S/he -maras
It -majur
We -maf
You pl. -mallu
They -malur

Use i as an insulator vowel if an unpronounceable consonant cluster appears.

Female -is
Male -ir
Ulasakar -iza
Selkiyal -ina
To be respected -il

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