There are also some interesting deictic or pronominal patterns in Loglan and Lojban. Let’s take a look at Loglan: Mi – I Tu – You Da, de, di, do, du – He, she, it, they Ba, be, bi, bo, bu – Someone, something Ti – This Ta – That And in Lojban: Mi – I/we Do – Thou/ye Zo’e – Some unspecified value Ti – This/these Ta – That/those Tu – That/thoes far away If I remember, right, those two languages can cheat though by using any letter as a third person pronoun (or pro-sumti I suppose). However, aUI takes the cake for sound symbolism: F – This P – Before B – Together T – Towards D – Through K – Above G – Inside As for Princess Ozma, she’s been using her loopy hair to sign in Rikchik. I can’t tell you whether she has an Ozian accent in Rikchik or not, since I don’t really know how accents work in Rikchik. Perhaps one can “drawl” in Rikchik. Ozma won’t be going home until after the Holidays though, after which I’m sure she’ll be able to see some of the interwebs in her magic mirrors.