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I do. That's why I use arbitrary selections from a pool of allowable
syllables, and whatever happens, happens.

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On Tue, Feb 27, 2018 at 4:32 PM, J S Jones <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I've had the morphosyntax for Feb08 etc. outlined for sometime but haven't
> been able to come up with the phonological morphemes (it's near-isolating,
> so no patterns). I've tried at least 3 phonologies. The first is C(C)V with
> tones applied to 7 vowels and 44 consonants and clusters. The latest is
> non-phonetic using the glyphs originally invented for my Schematic Writing
> conlang (I'm working on a font so I don't have to use images). For the
> function morphemes, I'm thinking of using just the stacked short glyphs --
> there's 20 of each, so 400 combinations. For the content word roots, these
> will follow a tall glyph; since there are also 20 of these, there can be
> 8000 simple roots. However, I can't decide which compound glyph is used for
> each morpheme, so I'm back to the original problem.
>
> Does anyone else have trouble filling in morphemes?
>
> Jeff
>