Let’s Make a Conlang: Soleisu Week 3

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This was a pretty busy week, and I didn’t get a lot of time to work on the conlang. I did, however, actually give a meaning to the word soleisu: river. Yep, this conlang’s name now means “river”.

I decide to remove /y/ from the phonology. It really didn’t fit in with the rest of the sounds in the language and I genuinely kept forgetting abou tit. Aside from , I didn’t use it in any words.

I also finally decided to work out adjectives. Adjectives precede nouns, and do not take any sort of special form. The adjectival form of a noun is formed with the suffix –ka. I’m thinking I might change this suffix to a prefix, given that every other affix in this conlang so far is a prefix.

Words Created This Week

ane /a.ne/ adj. blue

ika /i.ka/ n. house

kesli /kes.li/ v. to sing

koi /koi/ adj. green

melsa /mel.sa/ adj. white

nome /no.me/ adj. black

pai /pai/ adj. red

selini /se.li.ni/ v. to flow (water)

silu /si.lu/ n. mountain

soi /soi/ n. food

soleisu /so.lei.su/ n. river

souni /sou.ni/ adj. yellow


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