The Language Builder - A Framework for Constructed Languages

For those who don’t know, I run Thuum.org, an online dictionary for the dragon language of Skyrim. I decided to take the website and make it into a website template that anyone can use and modify for their own constructed language project.

The Language Builder is a framework for you to begin building and organizing your language online. It features a dictionary, live search, and a way to both import from CSV or export to CSV. If you’ve ever installed WordPress before, it’s a very similar setup. Check out the link above for instructions!

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when your game freezes and you haven’t saved in a while


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Kontusz (from Polish language; plural kontusze; also spelled in English language as Kontush or Kuntush from Ukrainian: Кунтуш) (originally Hungarian Köntösis - robe) - a type of outer garment worn by the Hungarian, Polish, Belarusian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian male nobility (szlachta). It became popular in the 16th century and came to the lands that were under Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth rule via Hungary from Turkey. In the 17th century, worn over an inner garment (żupan), the kontusz became a notable element of male Polish national and Ukrainian cossack attire.

The kontusz was a long robe, usually reaching to below the knees, with a set of decorative buttons down the front. The sleeves were long and loose, on hot days worn untied, thrown on the back. In winter a fur lining could be attached to the kontusz, or a delia worn over it. The kontusz was usually of a vivid colour, and the lining was of a contrasting hue. The kontusz was tied with a long, wide sash called a pas kontuszowy.  The kontusz was more of a decorative garment than a useful one. Tradition states that the first kontusze were worn by szlachta who captured them from Ottomans to display as loot.  Throwing kontusz sleeves on one’s back and stroking one’s mustache was considered to be a signal of readiness for a fight.

In 1776, Sejm deputies from different voivodeships of Poland were obliged to wear different coloured żupany and kontusze denoting their voivodeships.  In Poland, kontusz was worn mainly by the nobility, but it was a common part of Zaporozhian cossack attire.” (source)

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Topkapı Palace -Topkapı Sarayı, İstanbul, Turkey

Artist: Haig Yazdjian
Track: Bingeol
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Haig Yazdjian - Bingeol 


Schloss Schönbühel - Schönbühel-Aggsbach - Austrian (von joiseyshowaa)

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It’s sad but true, I know

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the eye of Horus is a positive symbol? Idgi

Reptilians get off my post please thank you.


I’m very strong, I could fight off maybe 20 snails, 21 on a good day