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On 09/09 13:58  Clint Jackson Baker wrote:
> [no Beddel-shaedhem greeting yet...]
> Was doodling about in Ethics class and came up with my
> pronouns, roughly based on OE.  (looks better with all
> the edhs and ligatures and all....)
>
> SING
> 1st ic /Ik/
> 2nd the /Te/ for people
>     De /de/ for God
> 3rd he /he/ masc
>     she /Se/ fem
>
> PL
> 1st wic /wIk/
> 2nd dhe /De/
> 3rd ce /ke/ masc
>     che /tSe/ fem
>
> UNIVERSAL (to be explained later....)
> 1st bhic /vIk/
> 2nd te /te/
> 3rd ge /ge/
>
No neuter or common gender in the third person, except possibly in the
universal pronouns.  Does that mean that this language has grammatical
gender then?

More doodling please...

- andrew.
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