"Nerrière doesn't see Globish in the same light as utopian efforts such as Kosmos, Volapuk, Novial or staunch Esperanto." | NYTimes by Mary Blume, Friday, April 22, 2005  - (bold editing by @PieterDeRomein)

Kosmos is an ideolanguage created in 1844 by Eugène Lauda.


un, du, tri, quar, quin, sex, sept, oct, nove, dece but this seems 'questionable ! '''''(probable from another language namely Mundolingue created by Julius Lott)

I found also the series

nulla, ona, dua, tria, quadra, quinqua, sexa, septa, octa, nova, deçà

nullast, onast, duast, triast, quadrast, quinquast, sexast, septast, octast; novast, decast

amomi; amumi; amami I love; I loved; I will love.

nouns have the same form in masculin and feminin, singular and plural and don't change according to function in a sentence (no cases); they are based on the latin nominative form (sometimes the latin plural form, if the word was only used in the pluarl)

dominus; mensa; castra; divitae

only the articles take on suffixes

nominative    ta       tas

accusative    tan     tans

dative           te       tes

genitive         tio      tios

adjectives are invariable and are formed by adding -ic to the Latin base:

bonic, liberic, nigric, dulcic, veteric, fortic

fortic strong

forticir stronger

forticist strongst

maleficic evil

magis maleficic more evil

maxime maleficic most evil

adverbs are formed adding -o to the adjectives

fortico strongly


1°      2°    3° person

singular  mi     ti      si

plural     mis    tis    sis


miic   siic   tiic     my   your  his/her

misic sisic tisic   our   your   their (especially for info on the articles)

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