Logogram List

So I have added a page to list the logograms of Omyatloko. There are currently 350 logograms, with more being added every week. They will always be sorted alphabetically, but with supplemental lists sorting them by topic being added occasionally.

I am currently revising Kala vocabulary and this project is greatly influencing Omyatloko, so, stay tuned for updates,


Lexical change

I’ve been reviewing and editing a few lemma over the last couple of months, and one notable change is due to phonological similarities to other languages.

nye…ka to ask “Why?” is being replace with nyo…ka. It may seem like a minor change, but it alters the flow of many questions.

Shakespeare Quote

iye iyatonolotle kue ki ma’a timu takuyo atsuha
what-if PROX-hand-cursed-REL like self with blood brother-GEN thick-AUG
What if this cursed hand were thicker than itself with brother’s blood

panamua ke tenyonihue nya kue nyahi etla tlelapa ka
rain-enough O heaven-nice-LOC for like snow P.4s wash-POT Q
Is there not rain enough in the sweet heaves to wash it white as snow?

William Shakespeare, Hamlet (1600-02), Act III, scene 3, line 43


contemplation serves the master
makes the day turn red
cleans away disaster
thinking of things said

caress the mess
make use of the abuse

swim in the fire
hang from the wire

life will not wait

Kala Phrase

yali ke yesa hatemya
forgive O peace develop-CAUS
Forgiveness is the development of peace.

Kala Phrase

to na ma’a yomayekua nahe na ke pako mulapa ka
manner 1s with day-PST-all within 1s O new begin-POT Q
“How can I begin anything new with all of yesterday in me?” — Leonard Cohen


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Those issues are different for each of us. Don’t be afraid, don’t blow it off, don’t forget, Vote!