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Re: Eihdan and Maggelity

From:Tristan <kesuari@...>
Date:Friday, January 17, 2003, 15:37
Arthaey Angosii wrote:

>Emaelivpar Joseph Fatula: > > >>first seem maggelitinous in its grammar, but in actual fact is a very >>regular language. It just follows an unusual set of rules. Here are some >>examples: >> >> >In which case it's got etabnannery (it's etabnannerious?): > >Etabnannery /r@mn{n@ri/ (noun) The state of appearing entirely >
It occurs to be that the first <a>, being long, is better associated with the <a> of 'father'; and thus pronounced /ra:m"n&n@ri/ (rahm-NANN-ery to prevent misunderstandings. The IPA is only nice at times...).
>unpredictable, but, upon closer analysis, failing at even being that. >[from _Etábnanni_ a constructed language by Tristan McLeay, which was >
While I'm correcting myself, I should point out that there's a macron under that accute, too.
>*supposed* to have an unpredictable orthography, but ended up just >having a confusing one. Damn people trying to make patterns everywhere. >At least it's a bugger to typeset!... err... back to the derivation >+_ery_] >
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