Joseph Fatula wrote: >Reading the recent thread about conlang terms, specifically Maggelity, I >realized something interesting. I've got a language, Eihdan, that might at >first seem maggelitinous in its grammar, but in actual fact is a very >regular language. It just follows an unusual set of rules. Here are some >examples: > At the time the term 'maggelity' was coined, I coined the term 'etabnanneri' with a meaning best applied to that, from the name of my conlang Etabnanni /ra2mn&2n/ 2=low tone, which has an at-first irregular seeming orthography, but proves to be regular. Unfortunately, there was less need for such a term, and I don't speak of Etabnanni very often, so it never really caught on. Tristan. http://movies.yahoo.com.au - Yahoo! Movies - What's on at your local cinema?