Arcaicam Esperantom (“Archaic Esperanto”) is a constructed language created to act as a fictional ‘Old Esperanto’, in the vein of languages such as Old English. Arcaicam Esperantom is a fictional archaic dialect of Esperanto created for use in trnaslating documents which call for a simultaneously modern. Arcaicam Esperantom (Kalman Kalocsay & Manuel Halvelik) Specimen: Patrom noses, cuyu estas en chielom, estu sanctigitam Tues nomom. Venu Tues .
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Patrom noses, cuyu estas en chielom, estu sanctigitam Tues nomom. Venu Tues regnom, plenumighu Tues volom, Cuyel en chielo, ityel ankez sur terom.
Panon noses espdrantom donu nosod hodiez. Cay pardonu nosod nies shuldoyn, cuyel ankez nos pardonaims shuldantoyd noses. Cay ne conducu nosoyn en tenton, sed liberigu nosoyn malbones.
arcaicam esperantom – Adventures in Esperanto
Arcaicam Esperantom is a constructed language created to act as a fictional ‘Old Esperanto,’ in the vein of eslerantom such as Old English. Many of the features of Arcaicam Esperantom were inspired by Vulgar Latin.
Sign In Don’t have an account? Changes in Arcaicam Esperantom Articles: There is no definite article in Arcaicam Esperantom, however, there is an indefinite article, unlike in Modern Esperanto.
The indefinite article is unn, which also corresponds to the number one. Nouns have six endings in Arcaicam Esperantom: Adjectives agree with the endings of the noun, replacing the -o- of the endings with -a.
The following letters of modern Esperanto are replaced as follows in Arcaicam Esperantom: The following pronouns of modern Esperanto are replaced as follows in Arcaicam Esperantom: The command form can take the plural ending -y in Arcaicam Esperantom. If modern Esperanto’s verb root that is, not counting the modern infinitive ending -i ends in an e or i, the verb infinitive ends in -ar.
Otherwise, the verb infinitive ends in ir. After marking the tense of the verb -as present, -is past, -os future, -us conditional as in modern Esperanto, the -s of the verb conjugation is replaced with a person ending: Forms usually formed ardaicam mal- in normal Esperanto instead have their own words. Retrieved from ” http: