|Date:||Wednesday, October 27, 2004, 16:39|
inspired by the Appendix E of 'The Lord of the Rings'...
ui, iu, ai, ae, aie, eu, oi, oia, au, aua, oae, uae,
y, *, k, m, t, v,
(* represents the circle with the dot in it (in X-Sampa), a click)
Variants within the non-vowels:
t, ht, d, dt, th, td,
m, mn, nm, n, mb, nd,
A prefixing letter does not have the same meaning as that same letter in a
Ie, /y-/ means 'past tense', while /-y/ means 'plural form' [save for when
the plural is explicit, rather than implicit...see the tuber example below].
y- / eun / aud / eit / kau / ae
past / burn / action / wood / saying / common
[it is a common saying that] wood burns.
y- / -*- / hk- / eumaun / v- / -*- / f / audea
past / both / future / walk / here / both / there / without particular
then and to come, walking all about with no (aim/goal).
_however_, if /audea/ had been /aumnea/, it would no longer have been a