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Loglan

See also lojbau, loglo. The Loglan language, predecessor of Lojban. The first 'logical language', Loglan was conceived and largely developed by Dr. James Cooke Brown, an American professor of sociology, during the mid- to late 20th century, starting in 1955. Loglan gained notoriety in a 1960 Scientific American article, but was not fleshed out until years afterward. A dispute over rights to the language (eventually resolved in court) led to the creation of Lojban in 1987. Extensive documentation on Loglan can be found (as of June 2018) at loglan.org.


On gloss:

lojbau
b1 is the loglan/Loglan/logic language used by community b2 to express ideas b3.
lojbau
b1 is the loglan/Loglan/logic language used by community b2 to express ideas b3.

In definition:

loglo
x1 pertains to Loglan language/culture in aspect x2
lojgo
x1 is/pertains to/reflects some version of Loglan or Lojban, or the derivatives thereof (or any language, project, thing which is path-connected thereto by derivation), in aspect/property x2 (ka).
xo'a
Loglan toggle: Toggles text to TLI Loglan; marks following text as TLI Loglan.
loglytuan
Loglan-worker.

In notes:

lojbo
x1 reflects [Loglandic]/Lojbanic language/culture/nationality/community in aspect x2.
sau'e
quotes a nonce Lojban word (an onomatopoeia), turns it into selbri unit meaning "x1 makes a sound like (quoted word)".
syPIR
Sapir
uorf
Whorf