artlanger

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From artlang +‎ -er.

NounEdit

artlanger (plural artlangers)

  1. One who creates artlangs.
    • 2001 February 19, Hessu, “a few questions about Esperanto”, sci.lang, Usenet,
      The biggest mistakes conlangers or artlangers do, is assume that learners of their IAL has[sic] same backround (languages, culture, religion and education) than themselves.
    • 2001 July 28, George Partlow, “Least Favorite "Standard" Opera”, rec.music.opera, Usenet,
      There are also Idists and Interlingua-ists (the IALA kind) around, as well as conlangers and artlangers of all sorts... not to mention the Lojbanists.
    • 2007 May 23, Padraic Brown, “Where to speak ...”, alt.language.artificial, Usenet,
      You're right that it's not the primary concern of the artlanger, but you might be surprised to learn that many artlangers have considered what their conlangs sound like to the extent of making recordings of texts and learning to speak others' conlangs.

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Last modified on 9 February 2013, at 09:36