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Discussion of "loglo"
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Comment #1: Specificity
Curtis W Franks (Thu Dec 25 05:24:09 2014)

Would Lojban or other Loglan-inspired/-derived languages count as loglo?
Conversely, if this word exists, should lojbo still count Loglan as an
acceptable referent? If either is open/loose (inclusive), then how does
one specifically refer to something that is strictly of a type to which
that word refers (for example, how does one refer to something that is
strictly Lojbanic under the old interpretation)? Reduplication? On the
other hand, if both are now stricter, how does one refer to the general
"family" of (ideologically similar) Loglan-/Lojban-like languages?

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