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Welcome to the Sambahsa-mundialect Wiki!

Sambahsa-mundialect is an international auxiliary language created by Olivier Simon. It was first released on the Net in July 2007. Sambahsa-mundialect (Sambahsa from sam (same) and bahsa (language); mundialect is a fusion between mundial and dialect) is a mixture of reconstructed language and auxlang, drawing vocabulary and grammar from Indo-European as modified based on common modern usage. It also has words from outside Indo-European.

 

The first source of inspiration for the vocabulary has been reconstructed Indo-European, but words from dialectal areas covering languages from different linguistic families (ex: sprachbünde) play a prominent role too. The technical and scientific vocabulary comes from the Greco-Latin roots common to most European languages. Generally, Sambahsa-mundialect tries to include words common to at least two different languages. The chosen languages are in general European ones (and above all English and French), but the spectrum stretches from Iceland to Japan, therefore including words from Turkish, Arabic, Persian, Swahili, Sanskrit, Indonesian, and Chinese. Though basically Indo-European, the grammar has been heavily simplified towards regularity and precision. Complicated features of Indo-European were discarded if they did not match a reasonable level of predictability or if they were not present in a significant number of living Indo-European languages. The orthography is regular but nevertheless allows it to integrate words directly from old Indo-European (ex: Pater = "father", pronounced "pAt@r") as well as from modern languages like English or French (ex: Change, pronounced "chAndzh@").

 

Most of the material is in French so far; in fact, all links ending in fr are in French. There are, however,  a FAQ , a Sambahsa grammar in English , an English - Sambahsa basic vocabulary  a  Sambahsa phrasebook in English and a Sambahsa primer in English.


 

Ce wiki est dédié à la grammaire et au vocabulaire de la langue artificielle internationale que j'ai créée, le sambahsa-mundialect.

La page originale se trouve sur ce blog:  sambahsa-mundialect-org.blogspot.com.

Je peux être éventuellement contacté à l'adresse suivante: cafaristeir@yahoo.com

J'adresse tous mes remerciements à Stephen Rice, concepteur et initiateur de ce wiki.

Dr.Olivier Simon 

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