1. Morphology: you get hundreds of words from the same root.


3. The lexicon list is ordered conceptually (e.g. all animals
together, in taxonomic order). Every coining of a new root morpheme
includes a look-up (most text editors has a search function).


Justin Gagnon wrote:
>        Once the phonology, culture and general grammar is decided for an a priori conlang, how do you get around to making up thousands of words? It seems like after a few hours of invention they would just all start sounding like each other and one might end up even using the same word twice, or forgetting which words they've already assigned and giving two translations for the same word. How do you, general conlang community, get around this problem?
> -Justin