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This is sort of like certain declensions of nouns in
Old French:

fiz "son" 

       singular        plural
Nomin.      fiz          fil
Oblique     fil          fiz

-elliott 

--- Peter Bleackley <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Consider this
> 
> 	singular	plural
> Nom	thou		ye
> Acc	thee		you
> 
> In each word the onset gives number and the coda
> gives case. But the 
> meanings of the case endings are reversed between
> the numbers!
> 
> Accusative = (ee xor plural)
> 
> Pete
> 


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