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Barry Garcia wrote:
> are those
> reasonable changes from "Taga-Bundok"? or should i not change "n" to
> "m"?)

It's an unlikely change, but I don't think that it's impossible.  What
are the rules for changing /n/ to /m/?  If it's just in the cluster
/nd/, then it would be a form of dissimilation, which is somewhat rare,
but, hey, isn't that what conlanging's all about?  :-)

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