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R:Kalini Sapak - new lang

From:Mangiat <mangiat@...>
Date:Thursday, July 19, 2001, 10:05
> A basic noun is made from a root by incerting an "a" between the first two > consonants. Between the two last consonants, another vowel indicates case. > To form the plural, the last vowel is replicated after the last consonant: > > sg pl > accusative mazat mazata > nominative mazut mazutu > genitive mazit maziti
Well, if you really do not know Semitic languages, than this is a really intriguing coincidence. Look at Akkadian: nom. sarru king acc. sarra king gen. sarri king's The same vowels you use! And in the plural: nom. sarruu kings acc. sarraa kings gen. sarrii kings' Luca