Re: Deriving words that aren't too long
|From:||John Fisher <john@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, November 18, 1998, 0:09|
In message <cbe67864.365023ec@...>, "list James E. Hopkins"
>Re derived words becoming "too" long... The same occurs is Druni, as for
>example: ta nobshetenisilisa (meaning: by means of the small communications).
>I don't however, consider it a problem, it is just the way the Druni language
>is. At any rate Druni words are still shorter than Finnish :-)
Heh. In Elet Anta that would be falmitamsuyamipsaw...
Another idea would be vowel changes:
chit -> chu"t
tac -> tec
sorc -> serc
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