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Discussion of "fransezo"

Comment #1: Why the "-zo" bit?
Curtis W Franks (Fri Jan 27 21:41:35 2017)
Comment #2: Re: Why the
Lorenzo Von Matterhorn (Sat Jan 28 13:56:46 2017)

Oh, you mean it could be franse? Hadn't thought of that.

fransezo is based on "fran?aise" (or the spelling of "fran?ais") and has
the stress in the right position, unlike franse.

I like franse, too, however.

Comment #3: Re: Why the
Lorenzo Von Matterhorn (Sat Jan 28 13:57:28 2017)

Oh, I just remembered.

The -o ending is because cultural gismu all end in -o.

Comment #4: Re: Why the
Lorenzo Von Matterhorn (Sun Feb 5 20:26:47 2017)

Oh, and of course under current rules, *franse is not even a legal
brivla, because it's a slinku'i.

Comment #5: Re: Why the
gleki (Mon Feb 6 10:01:37 2017)

selpahi wrote:
> Oh, and of course under current rules, *franse is not even a legal
> brivla, because it's a slinku'i.

i ka steiano xi vei ni'e spano

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