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Discussion of "rindo"
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Comment #1: Further proposals
Curtis W Franks (Thu Feb 13 23:43:36 2014)

This is a list of other words for Native American groups that I submit for
consideration. For all of them, I am not very familiar with their
endonyms. I also am proposing these in gismu form, even though I do not
necessarily advocate that any of them become Lojbanized as gismu (fu'ivla
are most likely); I put them in this form for a sense of how they would
appear/result when in Lojban, more than anything else. I am also not
guaranteeing that any of these even work as brivla morphologically- I was
just approximating pronunciation and form without too much thought since
this is a first pass.

rokxo (not preferred), xotnu(coni), ganonsioni - Iroquois
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iroquois#Name)

patco, something based on "Dine"/"Inde" might be preferred - Apache
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache#Name_and_synonyms)

peblo - Pueblo
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pueblo#Etymology_and_usage)
xopci - Hopi

jibve, tcipo - x1 reflects Ojibwe culture x2
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ojibwe#Name)

nabvo?, "Dine"? - Navajo

(x)rapxo, xino'eino, inunina - Arapaho
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arapaho#Name)

gonko, .omamvini (preferred) - Algonquin
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algonquin_people)

nadzo - Nadouessioux/Sioux

xluto - Aleut
nutxo(?), nunvo, nukto - Inuit
skimo - Eskimo (Inuit, Yupic, Aleut)
skalo - Eskimo-Aleut/Eskaleut

naxto? (bad), nauatlu (preferred) - Nahuatl
majno - Mayan
majnriukateko (obviously dependent on aforementioned "majno"/Mayan) -
Yukatec Mayan

kosko - Incan. (Named after the capital Cusco)
*Need a word for Quechua. Might consider a combination of zo ketco, zo
kosko, and "Inca", and others.
kecko - Quechua


.apaleico - Appalachian





kadjo - Cajun/Arcadian
bemjoitco - Americas

Comment #2: Re: Further proposals
gleki (Fri Feb 14 06:28:18 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> This is a list of other words for Native American groups that I submit
for
> consideration. For all of them, I am not very familiar with their
> endonyms. I also am proposing these in gismu form, even though I do not
> necessarily ad that any of them become Lojbanized as gismu (fu'ivla
> are most likely); I put them in this form for a sense of how they would
> appear/result when in Lojban, more than anything else. I am also not
> guaranteeing that any of these even work as brivla morphologically- I
was
> just approximating pronunciation and form without too much thought since
> this is a first pass.
>
> rokxo (not preferred), xotnu(coni), ganonsioni - Iroquois
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iroquois#Name)
>
> patco, something based on "Dine"/"Inde" might be preferred - Apache
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache#Name_and_synonyms)
>
> peblo - Pueblo
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pueblo#Etymology_and_usage)
> xopci - Hopi
>
> jibve, tcipo - x1 reflects Ojibwe culture x2
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ojibwe#Name)
>
> nabvo?, "Dine"? - Navajo
>
> (x)rapxo, xino'eino, inunina - Arapaho
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arapaho#Name)
>
> gonko, .omamvini (preferred) - Algonquin
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algonquin_people)
>
> nadzo - Nadouessioux/Sioux
>
> xluto - Aleut
> nutxo(?), nunvo, nukto - Inuit
> skimo - Eskimo (Inuit, Yupic, Aleut)
> skalo - Eskimo-Aleut/Eskaleut
>
> naxto? (bad), nauatlu (preferred) - Nahuatl
> majno - Mayan
> majnriukateko (obviously dependent on aforementioned "majno"/Mayan) -
> Yukatec Mayan
>
> kosko - Incan. (Named after the capital Cusco)
> *Need a word for Quechua. Might consider a combination of zo ketco, zo
> kosko, and "Inca", and others.
> kecko - Quechua
>
>
> .apaleico - Appalachian
>
>
>
>
>
> kadjo - Cajun/Arcadian
> bemjoitco - Americas

Don't we have something like ISO for nations?

Comment #3: Re: Further proposals
Curtis W Franks (Fri Feb 14 06:45:35 2014)

> Don't we have something like ISO for nations?

I honestly do not know. For their languages, certainly, but that only
goes so far. I will look into it.

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