daniel at ryan-prohaska.com
Wed Oct 31 19:37:53 GMT 2012
I know. I just don't think it justfies spelling the same suffix two diffrent ways, which leaves you with two variants of the same word in the singular meaning zhe same thing with an identical pronunciation.
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On 31.10.2012, at 19:22, Michael Everson <everson at evertype.com> wrote:
> On 31 Oct 2012, at 17:59, Daniel Prohaska wrote:
>> I don't think it's ideal to have two spelling of what is essentially the same ending, pronounced the same. There's a wide consensus to spell this <-ek>, I think that's what we ought to do.
> We have a rule about plural formation and the singular. If the plural is in -egyon, the singular ends in -ek. If the plural ends in -ogyon, the singular ends in -ak.
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