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Re: VMs: Further investigatio of folio f1r
On Tuesday 06 Apr 2004 4:33 am, Dennis wrote:
Don't forget, EVA was never intended to represent one
> grapheme with one transcribed character, and it
> doesn't. EVA /iin/ is a case in point.
The <iin> example is not convincing (to me). Not very long ago, I posted
several examples of words just ending in <n> and not being preceeded by <i>.
Moreover, one of the signatures on the first page reads <ydaraishy>, so <i>
must represent something on its own too.
The problem of defining the character set is not that straightforward as some
have suggested before.
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