A Lesson in Gorgish
In Canada we were taught that placing the apostrophe between Gorgo and the S means 'is' as in Gorgo is in first place and that S- apostrophe was possessive as in the Gasser belongs to Gorgo...
.... but aside from that...Thanks for the compliment on what has been a real labor of love :thumbsup:
We're taught that also in the USA. Here are some examples of how it works here:
Gorgo's Gasser is ready to race!
This way means the Gasser belongs to Gorgo.
Gorgo's going to race his Gasser.
The apostrophe-s indicates a contraction of "Gorgo is".
Dr. Zaius' decision was to give "Bright Eyes" a lobotomy.
Dr. Zaius's decision was to give "Bright Eyes" a lobotomy.
Both are considered an acceptable way of showing a possessive form with words ending in 's'. The decision belongs to Dr. Zaius. The first form allows easier pronunciation.
Gorgos' design was entitled the Gasser.
A team of Gorgo beings created a design that was entitled the Gasser. The design belongs to more than one Gorgo.