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Jonathan Chang wrote:
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> In a message dated 2000/06/27 01:47:21 AM, Nicole wrote:
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> >Pam pamum ta natanía aniníkin na anam nu tu mimpimi kunatamun.  Nu pam
> >kutunuk tuk ikamikatinu pap tu ananían it u umit a Atina nu pam
> >tikutamum ik tunía.  Nu pam kukiníanuk it mumum, "Kaní kintampanu
> >kuniníkantu, nu kaní tikina kimpunu mup."  Nu pam pamum iníkantu kit
> >imut, nu ukaníu kit utintum.  Pam mi kukiníanuk, "Kaní kintampanu u
> >aníkuk ka munun, nu u ampanut kik tu apuntu a tu ita, nu kaní kintampanu
> >u ipataní ka munun; niní nika katitiníu tap tu natanía antam."  Pam
> >pikuniníat ta ukatu pi katitanu tu aníkuk nu tu ampanut, kuma pakam
> >kintampanuk kuniníkin.  Nu pam kukiníanak ta ukatu, "Aní katitanuk, mum
> >na iníka, nu pamum mitantut na anam; nu tuma kutaníuk tu ikikimu ut pu
> >ma kintaníut; ka inananunum, ma ka kukiníanuk kintaníu, nukuputata ka
> >mum.  Kaní pikuniníu nu kaní papanimun tu anam ut mum ik tuna, pi kan
> >mitantanuk tu atut ut mumum."  Uní pam katitiníat ta ukatu mum pap tunía
> >tap tu natanía antam, nu pim kintampanuk tu aníkuk.  Uní nikapam
> >kipataníakat Apapan, man pam ik tunía papanimam ta ukatu tu anam ut ta
> >natanía aniníkin; nu pam pap tunía katitiníat ta ukatu mum tap tu
> >natanía antam.
>
>     Looks very Polynesian a la Easter Island or Maori... IMHO.
> NICEness...

Had same impression when everything first started to come together.  And
am liking it.  But I think that that would happen any time you created a
lang with nine letters.  Also, I'd really like to see what Rob Nierse
(that's who it was who was also working on this!) has done with his
version of Nine, if anything.

Nicole
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