This is Africa
- I wouldn't say that it's an African conlang precisely; phonologically, I want it to be far more similar to English than any African language. It's more like a spoof of African languages. Thank you for the link! Mboso (talk) 19:23, 30 December 2012 (CET)
Are daya (midget) and daga (dog) related to each other? I couldn't help but notice that both refer to small animate entities and have very similar "stems" if we remove the animate ending -a: dag- & day-. Because it would be quite hilarious if there was a semantoderivationalinflectionalcognatesomething relationship between these two.
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Chrysophylax 01:27, 13 May 2013 (CEST)