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On Thu, 19 Nov 1998, Eric Christopherson wrote:

> Frank George Valoczy wrote:
> > dZamxIrja = republic
> >
> > That's abut it for now.  What do you all think?
>
> Looks pretty cool, but the phonetics look like a UUencoded file :D
> What is this language based on? I recognize that the word for
> 'republic' is similar to Arabic (jumhuriyya) and Turkish (Cumhuriyet).
> On a side note, where did those words originate? They don't look
> Semitic, so were they taken from Turkic?

the word for republic is from Turkic (Uzbek), but the language istself is
an isolate.

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