> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Rex May > Actually, I think that with the CVC basic form, I have plenty > of space, and I want to regard > y and w as consonants, so that I'll have a large number of > CVC's that are less consonant- > rich in the usual sense. As I mentioned before, restricting > grammar words to CVw/y would > identify them. Also, the actual morph shape is Cn(nVC), so > there's an infinite number of > possible longer morphemes. > > What I have in mind is settling on the morph shape, and then > just relexing Loglan or Lojban > (or something in between) and see what I end up with. I have a Lojban reform I'm working on too. It's mostly just a relex, but I also plan on eliminating some features to make it more naturalistic and hopefully easier to learn. I figure the wordshape will be something like the CVC(VC..) shape I use in Sasxsek with grammatical markers and other frequent words being CV, with C=consonant or cluster, V=vowel or diphthong. I'm thinking about just taking most of the lexicon from English and naming it something like "Lojinglish".