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janKipo wrote:Simplified forms please. There are already a number of logogram suggestions a float.
rdmiller3 wrote:Actually, there is... but it was just something I was playing with. I called it "hó ni" (toki pona). I haven't messed with it in months though.
Syllables were consonant-vowel, using eight consonants and five vowels with three tones. I'd have to add something else to handle the new words though, since 8*5*3=120.
I suppose I could allow for final -m/-n like in real Toki Pona, or for consonant clusters or for a fourth tone.
Anyway, I came up with it just to see what playing with an artificial tonal language might be like.
mije Wi wrote:There is another good reason: I would like writing Japanese a lot.
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