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Meghean webpage update

From:Andreas Johansson <andjo@...>
Date:Saturday, February 4, 2006, 17:48
In an unusually severe fit of procastrination, I've updated the Meghean page on
my  much-neglected webpage to agree with my various revisions of the language
over the last couple years. Check it our at:

During the updating work, I discovered some Meghean terminology relating to
phonology and orthography, two subjects that the Mend Chamaint, despite the
quirkiness of the spelling of their language, tend not to distinguish. Much of
it is, of course, summarized and briefly discussed on the page linked above,
but I thought I'd mention some highlights: Stop consonants (oral and nasal) are
considered "hard", while vowels are "soft", and liquids and sibilants are
"intermediate". Best of all, palatals and palatalized sounds are considered

Needless to say, I'll be carrying over most of this into Larethian, where it
makes even less sense. *evil grin*



Andreas Johansson <andjo@...>