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Re: [PLUG] Since constructed languages came up recently...

On Mon, 17 Jan 2022 22:31:04 -0500
Lynn Bradshaw via plug <> wrote:

> Anyway, I just wanted to mention the constructed language Lojban:

One day, humanity will have to craft one or two languages for law and
philosophy.  I've always wondered if it could be Lojban.

Courts should not have inexact language, and they should not exclusively
use the spoken word.  They are also stacked against introverts and the
socially unprepared, but that's a separate rant.


I see LibreOffice mostly supports Frisian (Frysk).  It's a language I'm
developing lessons for as I go.  I didn't realize there was dictionary
support, I'll put that on my tools list.

As a further aside, I got to listen to some Scots recently.  That's
another language that needs some love.  It's so close to English that I
wonder if a native could just use an en_GB dictionary and build a
personal dictionary to share.
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