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Barry Garcia wrote:
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>necessarily model a natlang. However, since Sakatda Ka Kadomo is from a
>supposedly real tribe thats related to an existing group, it was only
>natural to use the words from the natlang (in this case, Tagalog) but
>mutate them so they're different (Such as "Sakatda" which comes from
>"Maganda").

I have never heard of a change from [m] to [s] in a natlang. So,=20
assuming you want to keep things naturalistic, you might want to give=20
this sound change some thought.

-kristian- 8)