Re: Prov. Eastern Orthography - Vowels
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|Date:||Friday, May 21, 1999, 8:02|
Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 21/05/99 08:07:43 , vous avez =E9crit :
> Correction, this is written ga'ndro, /'go~.dr@/ is correct. This comes
> from the Old Watakassi' (my new name for W., for those who missed my
> recent post)=20
I don't want to look too much of a conservative (although I am quite a bit),=20
but I feel uncomfortable with wiping off the word Watyaisa from my conlangin=
world. Is there any way I can still refer to your language(s) as "Watyaisa"=20
like for instance : "Watakassi : a Watyaisan language" ? I mean, foreigners=20
could still refer to it as "Watyaisa", couldn't they ?
The new word for my own conlang should be "Tutunu" by now, be I still refer=20
to it as "Tunu" whatever this word meant, means and will mean in 10 years (i=
now means "word" and I hope it will mean "piece of cake" in 10 years).