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 --- Jan van Steenbergen <[log in to unmask]>
wrote: >  --- "H. S. Teoh" wrote:
>
> > Argh, forgot to answer the 2nd part of this
> question. Yes, there is a
> > dictionary (or lexicon, if you will). As of this
> writing, it sits at 402
> > entries. (The relay bumped it up from around 390
> or so to 402. Gotta love
> > relays. :-P) It is currently an Ebisedian->English
> lexicon. I'm planning
> > to implement an automated reverse-lexicon
> generator, which will produce an
> > English to Ebisedian reference. Will be handy for
> people who wish to show
> > off their Ebisedian skills (right, Jan? ;-))
>
> You bet! <gnaar>
>
> > Scary. And I was thinking of introducing [lr`] as
> an initial cluster in an
> > Ebisedian daughter lang...
>
> Why not? I think Hattic has a few words beginning
> with [lr], and Géarthnuns
> IIRC has a lot of them.
>

bac clusters usually only have two elements, but they
can be be pretty much any two elements :

|wso| traveller
|lro| comedian
|bca| sppeaker

but my favourite cluster ( not yet initial, but it
might become so if i introduce a modification i'm
contemplating ) is the one written |hr| and pronounced
/r\4/ (?!)

|bahret| path /'bar\4Et/

( there's also |hl| /M\l/ and |hln| /M\L\/ which i
have a suspicion christophe might approve of )

bn

=====
bnathyuw | landan | arR
stamp the sunshine out | angelfish
your tears came like anaesthesia | phèdre

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