Re: Comparison of philosophical languages
|From:||Andrew Nowicki <andrew@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 22, 2003, 19:58|
Andreas Johansson wrote:
AJ> As you may be aware, I was temporarily nomail
AJ> when this discussion started. I'm beginning
AJ> to think you are using the term "root word"
AJ> differently than I assumed. So, to keep down
AJ> the rate of misunderstandings, could you spell
AJ> out what you mean by "root word" here?
I use two letters long root words like Lego blocks.
abrasive = y-dy-fe = "noun sharp powder"
accountant = o-ga-ja = "noun money craftsman"
acceleration = y-co-zi-ly = "noun changing mobile number"
The rules of making Ygyde words are posted at:
1868 examples of compound words are posted at: