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It looks good to me. Natural enough to be believable, but also following a
pattern.

On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 3:39 PM, Dana Nutter <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I don't know why but I just never seem to be satisfied with the Deini
> pronoun system.  This time it's the formal 2nd person "anda" that I
> just don't think fits in with the rest so I've maybe-temporarily made
> it "vu".
>
> I'm also having doubts about having just a single 3rd person pronoun
> so I'm playing with the idea of having distinct  male, female, and
> epicene/inanimate forms:  "ha/he", "ssa/sse", "ddei/dda", though only
> one plural: "ddei/dda".
>
> (sorry. don't have my custom keyboard here at work so I used digraphs:
>  dd=edh [D], ss=s-hacek [S], zz=z-hacek [Z], =schwa [@]; also excuse
> the poor formatting, I'm using webmail)
>
>          Nominative / Oblique / Possessive / Genitive
> Sing.
> 1st :   zzo / me / mi / mi
>
> 2nd fam.:   tu / te / toi / toj
> 2nd form:   vu / vu / voi / voj
>
> 3rd male.:   ha / he / hi / hi
> 3rd fem.   ssa / sse / ssi / ssi
> 3rd epicene:  ddei / dda / ddi / ddi
>
> Plur.
> 1st:   we / w / wi / wi
> 2nd fam:   ju / j / jei / jej
> 2nd form:   vu / vu / voi / voj
> 3rd epicene:  ddei / dda / ddi / ddi
>
> I suppose my question here is whether this looks "right" or
> "believable", as in does it seem to fit well without being too
> "regular" or "unnatural".  Though there are considerable Romance and
> Slavic influences, the foundation is intended to be Low-Germanic.
>
>
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