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On Tue, Jun 17, 2003 at 02:25:44PM -0400, James W wrote:
> I agree. I am actually thinking that OrÍlynna may turn out to be
> a proto-language, which I can then use for deriving others.

That would be cool.

> I had also thought originally that I would make it an a priori language,
> from Latin, but decided against it.

That would actually be an a posteriori language.  A priori languages
have their vocabularies made up from scratch, with no relation to
other existing languages (nat or con).

-Mark