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Discussion of "lacy'inda"
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Comment #5: Re: What kind of word is this?
gleki (Mon Jun 15 16:11:26 2015)

Wuzzy wrote:
> spheniscine wrote:
> > It is valid under a proposal by la xorxes for zi'evla lujvo-formation,
> and
> > is accepted under both versions of camxes parser.
> Can you please, for the future, mention this non-standard word formation
> the notes or etymology? I don't like to see non-standard words mixed up
> with standard words, as jbovlaste does not make any sort of difference


Also notes isn't the best place for that. A change in the db model of JVS
is needed, at least tagging capabilities for each definition.

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