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accent Adelo ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS adopted adverbs artificial language Balul Binob binom Binon century civilization complement conjunctions CONVENTIONAL LIES DECLENSION derivation dictionary difficulties of pronunciation Diinan Doms English European idiom feminine Flens obsik flentik formed by adding French Germanic languages gletik Gletikum gram grammar gudik I.—FORMATION IMPERSONAL VERBS Infinitives and Participles intercourse kapalob keli Kiiip Kikod kiom languages of Europe Lasumon letter linguists lofik loved MAX NORDAU modern languages Moni limodik labols nations nilel noun NUMBERS obik Odelo olsik omik Palofol Paris PARTICIPLE PRESENT Participles Penob Penof Penol Penom Penon personal pronouns piik Piiki Plobo Plofed PLUPERFECT political polyglot Poso prefixes prepositions principal rendered roots Russia sagols Schleyer SECOND FUTURE sembal speak Subim subjunctive substantive suffixes Sunik Suno syllable tikele translated Turenne universal language Valik vemo Volapiik Volapuk f Vono Votik vowels Words borrowed write written
Page iv - ... either pasigraphic systems, meant to be read only, or languages accessible only to the highest intellects, or simply some existing language more or less ingeniously mutilated ! A german polyglot, Mr.
Page vii - I have just called attention, and which is met with, under diverse shapes amongst philologists, as well as amongst philosophers is at bottom more plausible than well-founded. The analytical form of our modern languages is the product not of a certain tendency of the mind towards this or that exterior form of thought, but the effect of a simple displacement of the tonic accent, or to speak more clearly, of the loss of the secondary in favour of the principal accent.