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James Chandler wrote:

> Daniel rote:
>
> >The female meaning for 'in' in Eo has been scrapped and replaced with the
> >prefix pan- (pon- for males).
> >
> >Ponino - boy
> >Panino - girl
>
> Does your language have a concept of root?  If so, where are the roots in
> the above two words?  They appear to consist of a prefix directly attached
> to a suffix, followed by an ending.
>

Oh, comming to thing about it, you could have broken plural and comparative as
in Arabic and even invent tri-litteral roots. Could be fun!

Kjell R