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Context 34
Elmincár And seventy worlds and seven hundred words is not enough: how could it be for anyone?
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Maotic river speech
Proto-* pronounced /ˈpɹoto stɑɹ/ or /ˈpɹoto 'æstəɹɪsk/
Weyötiss An alternate vistorie of Modern Greek

ᚹᚨᛒᛃᚨᛚᛖᚷᚨᚾ

I would not call myself a good conlanger, since I have neither the education nor experience. But I'd like to offer what I think is some good advice anyway.
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1. Pronounced /kɑxjʌk/, for some approximation of /x/.
2. Source: Arka
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Forbidding hiatus between consecutive words is also quite valid.

Ancient Greek was against vowel hiatus rather strongly, especially the Attic dialect. I mention it only because it's rather amusing how many different ways it invented to eliminate hiatus: elision of the first vowel, elision of the second vowel, contraction into a long vowel or diphthong, epenthesis of /n/, epenthesis of /t/ (arguably, from -mn̥-).
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I don't care about anything that happened after 100 BC
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it's /j/, it's a real letter that existed, see Buck § 5

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