The Taneraic Dictionary, previously schedule to be published in 2018 to celebrate the 50th anniversary since it was created, is now scheduled for publication in 2020.
For those of you still unfamiliar with Taneraic, it came into being 1968. From 1978 to 1988, Taneraic was halted. The language between 1968 and 1978 is referred to as Proto-Taneraic, or pustanerai. In 1988, the development of Taneraic resumed. In 1998 – over 20 years agao – Taneraic was introduced to the world via the Web, in the 30th year of its inception.
For more information about Taneraic, please visit this link.
If you would like to learn Taneraic, you can begin to do so on this link.
On a personal level, as the person responsible for first creating the Taneraic website, I’m much looking forward to having a copy of Javant’s dictionary in my hands. It’s been a long wait. It will have been a worthwhile wait.