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Re: nu alltr e gw alltr?
interesting message that one, is there enough evidence to suggest that
Brithenig would develop features like nu-h-alltr and gw-h-alltr. I like
inclusive/exclusive marking as a language feature, but I would like a
discussion before it is formally adopted.
some other thoughts going on at the moment:
1. on the evidence of germination in Italian, should Brithenig prep. _a_
be followed by aspirant mutation;
ad + C > a + CC > a + Ch
2. with the loss of final plural -s, should Brithenig develop a more
definite indefinite plural than just yn + aspirant mutation?
3. I'm working on the architecture of the Brithenig page, breaking each
section down into separate pages, do readers still want a full page
option? Other editorial advice welcome. New update posting in the next
few weeks, depending on how much time I spend tidying it up.
Andrew Smith, Intheologus firstname.lastname@example.org
Life is short, so am I!
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