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Discussion of "orko"
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Comment #3: Re: orka clash
Curtis W Franks (Sat Feb 21 04:24:03 2015)

phma wrote:
> gleki wrote:
> > Clashes with orka which was added earlier. Or may be doesnt clash,
you
> > decide. Just noticing.
>
> It clashes. Use orxo or gorguni instead.

It clashes only by gismu creation rules (to my knowledge). I support using
distinct words and think that there should be some rules in the books that
regulate such occurrences, but there are none (again, to my knowledge) as
of now.

Comment #4: Re: orka clash
Alex Burka (Sun Feb 22 16:59:19 2015)

krtisfranks wrote:
> phma wrote:
> > gleki wrote:
> > > Clashes with orka which was added earlier. Or may be doesnt clash,
> you
> > > decide. Just noticing.
> >
> > It clashes. Use orxo or gorguni instead.
>
> It clashes only by gismu creation rules (to my knowledge). I support
using
> distinct words and think that there should be some rules in the books
that
> regulate such occurrences, but there are none (again, to my knowledge)
as
> of now.

Well under one of the fu'ivla rafsi proposals, orka and orko would
both have the short rafsi -orky- which would be ambiguous (then again,
there are those who don't think this is a problem!). Of course their long
rafsi -orka'y- and -orko'y- are still unique.

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