For anyone who might actively follow this site, I just wanted to say that I know that I haven’t uploaded any new material in a while. I’ve been working on a completely unrelated project lately. I kind of go back and forth between the two, so even though it’s crawled to a halt for now, it will be picked back up again. This is a perfectly normal part of my process. So if anyone’s wondering if the site is dead, don’t worry, it’s not. ❤
Not that I actually expect that anyone actually actively follows the site, but y’know… just in case. lol.
I had to do a lot of thinking to compose this one, but the page for the Comprehensive Case has now been added to the site. Access it in the usual ways. 🙂
The site has just reached 500 hits. Thank you. I never imagined that there would be this much interest in the site.
I [love] you all.
(Lit: Youall I‘lovedo)
Tessõn sei’miråahin. ❤
2 = Second person
COMPL = Comprehensive plural
ACC = Accusative case
1 = First person
NOM = Nominative case
PRS = Present tense
PLN = Plain aspect
The Perlative Case section has been added. As usual, access it from the top menu or the charts on the Noun Case page. This one’s a little bit more interesting than some of the others, I think.
The page for the the Hyper-Elative Case has been added. Also, I changed the name of the Super-Lative case (not to be confused with a superlative) to Allative (it’s the “onto” case). Dunno’ what in the frig I was smoking when I came up with the name “Super-Lative”. lol.
I have added a new section for the Elative case.
But what’s more, I have done a bit of an overhaul to the general case paradigm. I have removed the essive case, the exessive case, and the translative case. And a fistful of other cases have been shuffled around a bit as far as their forms are concerned. These changes only affect one case that has already been published to this site, and its page has already been edited to accommodate for the change (namely, the Malefactive case, which has changed from -õhõllõ to -ahal).
You can now read all about the Hyperlative case with several examples. Find it up top nested in the menu, or find it on the charts on the Noun Case page.