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The World Ash Life after Ragnarök.
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Andorian
Eahswa
Inggirian
Kaam
Kangshi All the clusters.
Long Island Cuhbi
Old Inggirian
Old Kangshi
Pirka
Proto-Kaam-Yerte
Ubghuu

Pandora's Box

This is a crosspost from the ZBB, because I think I done wrote something good and it would be madness to leave it languishing in C&CQ. It is, in effect, a practical extension of the first sermon.
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Hallow XIII read more (6839 bytes) · 2 years ago
It has occurred to me that my original Heterodoxy post has a problem: it's targeted primarily at people who already somewhat know what they're doing. Heck, it's pretty much a post to tell myself to be less silly.

So here is a bit of presumably even less controversial (should I rename this series "Orthodoxy"?) advice to people who are either starting out or have managed to avoid learning for a long time.  (…)
Hallow XIII read more (4116 bytes) · 4 years ago
I was lying in bed yesterday thinking about things like this, so I'mma write it down. There will be sequels on the finer points, but anyway have a bit of basic RPG combat typology.  (…)
Hallow XIII read more (3355 bytes) · 4 years ago
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i am low-key evangelizing anthologica on conlang discords is how
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btvrvt bgaeij nix n Anthologica / walcome to, anthologi dot ca

mere helloposts are extremely welcome because the overwhelming majority of new users do not make them and we get lonely. hello!

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I haven't done any quantitative studies on it, but I imagine such a situation would indeed be quite rare. It depends, somewhat, on the phonological context of your language. Is hiatus avoidance something that there are synchronic phonological rules for? As in, do underlying sequences of vowels occur, which are then resolved somehow, or do they just happen to not occur for whatever reason? It could be, for instance, that your language lost some consonant specifically between two <a>, such as /h/ or /ŋ/.

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