> Ditto for "Paris", "Seoul", "Kagoshima", "Iraq", "Madrid", "Havana",
> "São Paulo" etc.

I thought this would make a good exercise as well.  What are the same
names in your favorite conlangs.  Show both the written form and the
phonemic form.

> "Paris"
	Sasxsek:		pari	/pari/
	Panamerikan:	Pari  /pari/

> "Seoul"
	Sasxsek:		sxul	/s@ul/
	Panamerikan:	Seul	/seul/

> "Kagoshima"
	Sasxsek:		kagosjima	/kagosjima/
	Panamerikan:	Kagoxima	/kagoSima/

> "Iraq"
	Sasxsek:		irak	/irak/
	Panamerikan:	Irak  /irak/

> "Madrid"
	Sasxsek:		madrid /madrid/
	Panamerikan:	Madrid /madrid/

> "Havana"
	Sasxsek:		avana /avana/
	Panamerikan:	Avana /avana/

> "São Paulo" etc.
	Sasxsek:		saun'paulu /sawn pawlu/
	Panamerikan:	Saun-Paulu /saUn paulu/

	Sasxsek names are introduced with the particle "li", as in "li
madrid" or tied to a noun with the preposition "lu" as in "sitat lu
madrid" ("city of madrid") or "marin lu misjigxn" ("Lake Michigan").

	Sasxsek /r/ =  [r\]

	/r/ in Panamerikan can be [R] [r] [r] or [4] depending on