En réponse à "Peter Clark (by way of Peter Clark <[log in to unmask]>)" <[log in to unmask]>: > Big thanks to Christophe for his copious comments, You're welcome! as well as as > to Roger and > Wayne for their comments as well. I can now describe the two mutation > systems > in Enamyn--and they are deliciously baroque! (Or is that "broke"? :) > Plain Maggelish :)) . > ___System 1___ > p -> b > b -> v > t -> d > d -> ts > k -> j > kj -> j > m -> v > n -> ts, r Lovely! > nj -> j > f -> p, v > v -> a > T -> t > s -> ts > S -> j > x -> tS, kj, k, r > ts -> j, l > tS -> ts > r -> 0 > l -> l > K -> l > j -> j, r > > ___System 2___ > a -> f All a's do that or only the ones that originate from w? > p -> b > b -> m > t -> d > d -> n > k -> j > kj -> j > m -> b > n -> d, n > nj -> nj > f -> f, p > v -> b > T -> s > s -> t > S -> tS, kj > x -> j, k, ts > ts -> nj, d > tS -> ts > r -> j > l -> K, l > K -> K > j -> n, nj, ts, S > Nice too! :)) > > And there you have it. I still need to go back and check things, > but I've > already spent WAY too much time on this already. When you want something to get even only *near* to Maggelity, you can be sure you'll have to spend 3 times as much time on it as you first planned to. Next > up--orthographical > representations. Will Maggelity strike there too? :)) Christophe. http://rainbow.conlang.free.fr Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.