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Discussion of "xy'au"
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Comment #4: Re: Pattern
Ilmen (Thu Nov 26 18:27:42 2020)

Ilmen wrote:
> • no, pa, re, ci, vo, mu, xa, ze, bi, so, dau, fei, gai, jau, rei, vai,
> xy'au, zy'ei, by'ai, sy'au, ny'ei, py'ai, ry'au, cy'ei, vy'ai, my'au,
> xy'ei, zy'ai, by'au, sy'ei, ny'ai, py'au, ry'ei, cy'ai, vy'au, my'ei,
> In the above sequence, the CV'VV digits are made by combining the
> consonants from the 0-9 base digits with the diphthong endings from the
> ten-fifteen part.
> For example, py'ai begins with p- becauses 21 modulo 10 = 1, and p- is
> the consonant of the base digit pa.

That's certainly not the most elegant system, but it's trying to be
consistent with the patterns already present in the zero-fifteen official

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