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On Sat, 7 Feb 2004, H. S. Teoh wrote:

> Today marks a memorable occasion: the Ebisedian lexicon passed the
> 500-word limit! It has taken longer than I had hoped, but finally it has
> arrived. The two entries that pushed it over the barrier are:
>
> jhumii'n [Zu"mi:n] - n. "sleep", esp. a deep sleep.
>
> kujh0'me [ku"ZAm&] - v. "to sleep", or "to put to sleep".
>
> The updated lexicon is, of course, available from the usual location:

Congratulations! Two questions: sometimes you use iota (lexicon), other
times dotless i (Words of Esani the Wise). Is either preferred or is it
just random? And also, IIRC your lexicon is at least partially generated.
Is it at all useful to languages other than Ebisedian? (With or without
some hacking... It'd be nice to be able to automate, for instance,
alphabetical ordering...)

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Tristan