Kent Karlsson kent.karlsson14 at
Tue Jan 17 08:50:23 CET 2012

Den 2012-01-17 02:02, skrev "John Cowan" <cowan at>:

> Doug Ewell scripsit:
>> Like Europanto, each speaker of Anglish will devise his own vocabulary
>> and mixture, perhaps on the spur of the moment. It may depend on the
>> target audience or be more random than that. There won't be a standard
>> dictionary or exemplar text. The question is whether it constitutes a
>> "well-recognized variation", as BCP 47 puts it.
> As I pointed out, there are English-Anglish and Anglish-English wordbooks
> at that are helpful, though they lack a word for
> "idiosyncrasy".  I have been wielding them to craft these errandwrits.

Even so, I still think I side with Doug on this. It does not seem to be a
well-established variant. (B.t.w. Europanto was a pure joke; we are
fortunate to not even have a deprecated code for it, narrowly avoided.)

    /Kent K

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