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  • languages in general. For purposes of terminology, "Lojban" refers to a specific ver ...ose two days tend to be grammar (YACC is a tool for developing computer languages),
    455 KB (71,402 words) - 07:08, 9 July 2014
  • Boas, in fact, in the Introduction to the "Handbook of American Indian Languages" (1911) <nowiki>[</nowiki>introduces the "snow" example]. (At least this i ...anguage the right language in which to discuss the deficiencies of natural languages? That it was not was one of the original motivations of the Loglan/Lojban s
    175 KB (28,521 words) - 11:27, 28 July 2014
  • off languages, but by and large its adherents either abandoned the whole idea or languages, but with the exception of Ido, none of them ever acquired a body of
    177 KB (29,087 words) - 11:51, 26 September 2014
  • community about logical languages in general. Note the new network address below for the Planned Languages
    524 KB (77,860 words) - 07:09, 9 July 2014
  • Lojban (/LOZH-bahn/) is a constructed language. Originally called ‘Loglan’ by project founder Dr. James Cooke Lojban is a carefully constructed spoken language. It has been built for over 50 years by dozens of workers a
    450 KB (65,465 words) - 09:45, 12 March 2016
  • ...r love like you search for your lost keys? And about the danger of natural languages . abilities to construct such language and therefore it had probably been constructed by aliens and presented to humanity.
    81 KB (13,506 words) - 09:46, 14 September 2017
  • human language "Lojban", and informing the community about logical languages in general. la lojbangirz. is a non- response to JL11's Esperanto article and an article by Don on artificial languages, reprinted from his newsletter with
    273 KB (44,644 words) - 07:06, 9 July 2014
  • ...e remove 2) and 3)? Especially 2) is as I understand it rare among natural languages. > it rare among natural languages.
    1.9 MB (296,157 words) - 12:45, 26 January 2015
  • ...ching people the most elementary conversation skills is difficult. In most languages, simple conversation is dominated by idiom, and those idiomatic expressions Natural languages change and evolve; no doubt Lojban will as well. But we have reached a plat
    262 KB (45,389 words) - 13:42, 23 May 2014
  • Lojban image languages using gismu based on single lan- There will be other side discussions as people desire. European languages. A long-time supporter of the
    167 KB (27,514 words) - 07:06, 9 July 2014
  • a set of languages without ever attempting to test one of sideration. We will respond to some of them afterwards. variety of languages and cultures, and intermix them,
    140 KB (22,132 words) - 19:01, 8 July 2014
  • community about logical languages in general. tion. Note that 'Athelstan' is other languages;
    361 KB (46,216 words) - 07:09, 9 July 2014
  • community about logical languages in general. Note the new network address on page 2 for the Planned Languages
    631 KB (89,500 words) - 07:10, 9 July 2014
  • is formally defined as the 'rough breathing' of Greek and certain other languages. Lobypli, like Loglypli, means 'Loglan User'. The new Loglan predicate fo ...ok - so that you also can read, speak, and write Loglan. Other artificial languages have failed because they never got much further than writing a dictionary.
    175 KB (29,145 words) - 14:59, 23 March 2014
  • should then be properly written in BNF - a form used to define computer languages. This form will be much easier to use than the YACC form (though not easily ...estriction by the multitudinous precedents regarding copyright of computer languages. Jeff has specifically declared the Parser to be a Public Domain gift to Lo
    243 KB (42,050 words) - 13:59, 17 December 2014
  • ...d Claude Lancelot. It proposes a notion of universal grammar shared by all languages and determined by the nature of rational thought as exemplified by [[term l * [[Johann Schleyer]] introduces [[Volapük]], a [[constructed language]] which drew vocabulary and structure from German, French, and Eng
    94 KB (14,219 words) - 08:17, 21 September 2018
  • '''Lojban''' (/LOZH-bahn/) is a constructed language. Originally called "'''Loglan'''" by project founder '''Dr. James There are many artificial languages, but Loglan/Lojban has been engineered to make it unique in several ways. T
    27 KB (4,114 words) - 13:18, 16 November 2015
  • ...generally conceived of as a rough equivalent to the subjunctive in natural languages. John Parks-Clifford [[Conditionals ecognises|Conditionals ecognises]] ''da Xod: Suppose we'd attract speakers of non-English languages.<br />
    24 KB (3,806 words) - 06:31, 11 June 2015
  • ...e from different cultures do with it. To give an example, in most European languages time and gender are very important - you can say "She goes", "It went", "He ...e-or-less) but the second one just won't go into English, or most European languages. If you're European and this strikes you as odd, you may have just witnesse
    16 KB (2,735 words) - 12:59, 1 October 2017
  • ...they are used. English has only a small number of such changes compared to languages like Russian, but it does have changes like “boys” as the plural of... ...ban primitives or natural compounds, and are therefore borrowed from other languages.
    85 KB (13,710 words) - 06:46, 26 December 2017

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