Re: the Most Consonants in a row?
|From:||wayne chevrier <wachevrier@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, September 15, 2005, 17:05|
Rodlox R nevesht:
Yes, but best used mixed with tastier berries.
>>Subject: Re: the Most Consonants in a row?
>>Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 20:35:56 +0100
>>Chris Bates wrote at 2005-09-14 19:54:08 (+0100)
>> > The word can be seen at:
>> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nux%C3%A1lk_language
>> > Under the "Syllables" section, but if you don't have the right
>> > fonts installed you might not see some of the symbols. And it can't
>> > really easily be given in normal letters, since as far as I know
>> > there's no standard orthography and some of the sounds aren't found
>> > in English so it can't really easily be rendered using the standard
>> > English values.
>>I think that _is_ the standard orthography. If your browser can't
>>render it, the word
>according to the page that came up when I clicked on that link above,
>From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
>Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name._
>thank you for the effort, though.
>>(meaning "he had had in his possession a
>>bunchberry plant") is near the middle of page 5 of this document:
>out of curiosity, are bunchberries edible?
>>And I think I tried to approximate it in ascii for Trebor Jung once,
>>look for it in the archives.
/xKp'X_wKtKpKKs/ in CXS
xK = have
p'X_wKt = bunchberries
Kp = plant, herb
KK = pluperfect
s = possessive