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On Wed, 23 Oct 2002 11:02:22 +0300 "Isaac A. Penzev" <[log in to unmask]>
writes:
> In addition to the previous post:
> ObConlang: Does any of your conlangs have regular vowel reduction
> bound to stress shift, like in Russian [dOm] - [dV"ma] "house" -
> "houses", ["gOr@t] - [g@rV"da] "city" - "cities"; or (Old) Hebrew
> [kQ:"Bo:D] - [k@Bo:"Do:] "glory" - "his glory", [zQ:"qe:n] -
> *[z@q@"ne:] > [ziq"ne:] "elder" - "elders of"?
> Cheers,
> Yitzik
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Judajca does, but that's pretty much only because it's Hebraified
Romance.  So it does what Hebrew does.  I don't really have any examples
now because the language is not at all built, but that's what it's
supposed to do.


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