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    Hu forum!

    Anyways...I am into story creation, worldbuilding (includes conlanging), and game creation. I am willing to sit for hours and days and years learning things as I love to learn! I'm not sure what else to share here besides a few things I happen to enjoy; dragons, fantasy, languages, art, drawing, reading, writing and learning Lakȟta.
    Well, that's all!

    Tkša akh!
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    Welcome Emma, are you from Romania?
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    Thank you for the welcome!

    Nope, I'm from America. Why do you ask? :P
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    I saw that writing on the end of your post,"Tkša akh!" and I thought it was Romanian
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    Ah, its Lakȟta, a language of the Sioux Native Americans. It basically said "goodbye for now"
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    my friend named his dog sunka, sounds shOOnka, supposedly means dog in lakhota. love it.
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    Yup, Šŋka is dog in Lakȟta.

    And that's cool. I don't mean many peoples who know of Lakȟta let alone have pieces of the language in their life.
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    Hi Emma. I hope you enjoy your stay and have tons of fun with us.
    shut your sh*t
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    I will! I like the dark look too, easy for my super sensitive eyes xD
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    welcome read the rules and yeah thats a boot it
    new members and old read thisvvvvvvvv
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    I am reading the rules over again now. I will try not to break any of them, promise

    Thanks for the welcome!
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    Are you Native American?
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    Not fully, no. I have Iroquoian in me (and a little Cherokee), but I am learning Lakȟta (it is my favorite), Cherokee and Iroquoian (and a few non-Native languages like Gaelic, Arabic, Tibetan and Russian).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma View Post
    Not fully, no. I have Iroquoian in me (and a little Cherokee), but I am learning Lakȟta (it is my favorite), Cherokee and Iroquoian (and a few non-Native languages like Gaelic, Arabic, Tibetan and Russian).
    Holy cow!!!!!, that many languages??
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    That many languages. Arabic is a pretty easy language to learn, the hardest part of it is the writing system. Tibetan I haven't started much of or much of Gaelic, but I have recently taken more courses in Russian. xD I'm choosing to concentrate most of my time in Lakȟta, though. I'm gonna learn some sayings in Cherokee first so I may attend the Powwows here where I live. I'm learning Russian because I intend on visiting and maybe living there, Arabic because it goes with my religion studies, Gaelic because its a beautiful language, Tibetan because I intend on visiting there too and Afrikaans, something I didn't add to the list. Its probably one of my favorite languages, very beautiful.

    I'm fascinated by languages, its why I'm majoring in Linguistics, history and literature/Writing.
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