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A new place about 2 years ago

Don’t you worry about this guys, he has permission to edit there

[[ATTENTION NEW USERS: PLEASE READ THE OGF BLUEBOOK!!]] Ohesian Language - Common Geographical and City Terms? over 2 years ago


Many of the stuff of the conlang has already been created since it’s a sister language of lyrian, which is part of the North Antarephian Language group.

I did a small guide about typical elements in settlements names as well as some information about pronounciation:

I was always doing a more graphical guide about usefull words, but I had to stop because of university (I have 4 exams next week :( ):

If you are interested in using the conlang, I can send you a link to an excel file in Google Docs in which me and other users are working in order to create the conlang and be able to check it to search for names.

First Entry in awhile... over 2 years ago

Delete the entry if it’s not useful anymore

Ohesia: collaborative country Kalmish (german) / Ohesian (conlang) over 2 years ago

Yes! The actual coast is just a draft. As soon as I’ll have more free time I’ll start to detail it (you could check some of my works in SM), but if others users can work in it too it would be even better.

Ohesia: collaborative country Kalmish (german) / Ohesian (conlang) over 2 years ago

@Marcello For sure. Go ahead!!

Ohesia: collaborative country Kalmish (german) / Ohesian (conlang) over 2 years ago

I would not consider this a pidgin, but it’s something like filipino or Mariana language.

Each language of this family has many loanwords from the languages that influenced them. For example, the conlang that is spoken in SM (lyrian) has its source of new words in Spanish, while Ohesian has it in German.

Ohesia: collaborative country Kalmish (german) / Ohesian (conlang) over 2 years ago

@MisterBean When I was thinking in this project, I got inspired by Yugoslavia. In that country, there were some similar languages and their border were not exactly accurate regarding the political borders.

For Ohesia I took that I idea, incluiding a colonial language like South Africa. For the native countries, I thought about 2 conlangs from the same family. I haven’t talked about it because a conlang is already ok for the moment, and if it works, I could include a second one.

This future conlang would be similar to actual Ohesian, so a situation Spanish-Portuguese could exist. That’s to say, two languages that are very similar, but they would have some significant spelling changes that could make them look different.

Here you can see a stub map about languages that I did when thinking about the country (which may differ a bit regarding the map that I post in the user diary, because this photo is a little earlier):

Mapping Software over 2 years ago

JOSM is definitely the best tool that you could use. There is some info in the wiki


Spot Lights and Red Carpets Here, Cinasia's Movie Industry almost 3 years ago

I would create a main street in it trying to imitate the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Ching Sha, A tropical atoll almost 3 years ago

Nice as always. Good job

Hello! almost 3 years ago

I agree with austinhuang. I also propose to change names:

  • Catalina to Santa Catalina (a proper name like that looks weird)
  • Tarifa: it already exists in my country and it’s a wellknown place because it’s the southern city in mailand Spain.
Change of the shape of San Marcos almost 3 years ago

I find it interesting. I’ll take it into account. Thank you

Change of the shape of San Marcos almost 3 years ago

@whateversusan If you can, do a little sketch to show me your idea please. Thank you

Country Idea: Dedos Piedra about 3 years ago

If “Dedos Piedras” is a translation of “Fingers Rocks” or something like that, it sounds horrible and makes no sense

Map of languages in the Wiki over 3 years ago

De verdad, no tenéis nombre. Me hace gracia porque cada vez que cualquiera hace algo para mejorar la wiki o cualquier cosa, volvéis a ponerlo como estaba antes, que era un auténtico desastre por no decir otra cosa porque encima me banearían.

Ni me voy a rayar por esto, porque es un sin sentido. La última vez que hago nada para la comunidad.

That is the end of the thread.

Map of languages in the Wiki over 3 years ago

In addition, you have talked about colangs. There is no problem if there are languages that are not real. You can go to my country and see a black region which says “Sawiri”, without a real world equivalent, because it’s a colang.

Map of languages in the Wiki over 3 years ago

La que se está liando.

I did this map because the other one was full of lost countries and those points were not accurate at all. Do you want to contibute in this map? Add your country.

In addition, I won’t add countries with more than one language, because I would have to create relations to extract the points, and the owner of each country is the one who better knows where is each language spoken in his own country.

You are not obligated to follow what I said. It’s just my advice. It’s not necessary to get triggered for that.

An actual year of mapping almost 4 years ago

So nice, but I think that you should add landuse=residential

A mini icebreaker - how do you name your own territory almost 4 years ago

The first name of San Marcos in Commonia was “Gillastöo & Olla”. Gillastöo was a city already created and Olla means “valley” in Spanish.

Then I changed it into a more Spanish style: Gillastó y Olla.

And after that I started to use San Marcos.

Help to colonize Tintaille (Commonia) over 4 years ago

Also, in Spain we have 2 special regions (Navarre and the Basque Countries) and a special little region (Val d’Aran) which are not islands, but mainland Spain.

A special region does not have to be an island!

@iiEarth Thank you, but I prefer to stay in San Marcos, because I have already started to create cities and stuff, and I like the way I’m doing it.