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Discussion of "veslxe"
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Comment #1: -
Arnt Richard Johansen (Sun May 30 09:32:41 2010)

> It should be lujvo, not fu'ivla. Please correct if you can.

That is because “lxe” is not a possible rafsi, because it begins with
a non-initial consonant pair.

Please do not add lujvo based on experimental gismu, because the web site
currently does not indicate which lujvo are based on existing rafsi and
which are not.

Comment #2: Re: -
Alex V (Sun May 30 15:50:26 2010)

arj wrote:
> > It should be lujvo, not fu'ivla. Please correct if you can.
>
> That is because “lxe” is not a possible rafsi, because it begins
with
> a non-initial consonant pair.
>
> Please do not add lujvo based on experimental gismu, because the web
site
> currently does not indicate which lujvo are based on existing rafsi and
> which are not.

But I need a word for maylily. So I added veslelxe.
Is such action prohibited ? How we should call the flower then ?

Comment #3: Re: -
Arnt Richard Johansen (Sun May 30 16:32:03 2010)

VesRul wrote:

> But I need a word for maylily. So I added veslelxe.
> Is such action prohibited ? How we should call the flower then ?

This looks like a prime candidate for a fu'ivla.
http://dag.github.com/cll/4/7/

Maybe you can ask Pierre Abbat for help? He is good with species names.

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