|From:||Herman Miller <hmiller@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, September 27, 2008, 16:01|
René Uittenbogaard wrote:> I imagine that the challenge of writing palindromes in human languages > is parallelled by writing texts in Kjaginic which can be read upside > down :) > > RenéThat might work for some languages, but the rotations of the Tirelat vowels /a E 3 i 1 O u/ are /M 7 @\ A 6 2 &/. You could do a mirror inversion between /a/ and /i/, though.
|Chris Peters <beta_leonis@...>||Palindromes (was Kjaginic: 8 points of articulation)|