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Friday, August 11

  1. page Kalim-Bukos edited ... fold bend, wrinkle, scrunch kicil ruin ruins, remains, demise, disarray v: destroy, wrec…
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    fold
    bend, wrinkle, scrunch
    kicil
    ruin
    ruins, remains, demise, disarray
    v: destroy, wreck
    adj: dilapidated

    Determiners
    ko
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  2. page Kalim-Bukos edited ... coincidence accident (not negative), happenstance poli fold bend, wrinkle, scrunch Dete…
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    coincidence
    accident (not negative), happenstance
    poli
    fold
    bend, wrinkle, scrunch

    Determiners
    ko
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Friday, June 9

  1. page Kalim-Bukos edited ... tawali emergency natural disaster disaster, accident konec end ... accord agreement,…
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    tawali
    emergency
    natural disasterdisaster, accident
    konec
    end
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    accord
    agreement, harmony, chord
    v: agree, consentconsent, accept
    aolan
    pride
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    ce
    instance
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    rep, occurence, eventevent, circumstance
    v: happen, occur
    adv: again
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    jail, confinement
    v: confine, chain down
    gulil
    grill
    grating, a barrier which allows air to pass through
    gulil-paty
    barbecue
    comp: grill + party
    sudaf
    coincidence
    accident (not negative), happenstance

    Determiners
    ko
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    since
    mwe
    with, accompanying, alongsidealongside, according to
    ede
    without
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    out, out of, outside
    dafe
    ...
    of, over, upup, above
    ake
    under, below, down
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Monday, May 29

  1. page home edited ... The lexicon of Angos has been influenced by many languages around the world. Some examples are…
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    The lexicon of Angos has been influenced by many languages around the world. Some examples are:
    Indo-European (Latin, Greek, German, Hindi, Persian, Russian, Gaelic, Armenian, Albanian)
    Altaic (Turkish, Japanese, Korean)Turkic
    Japonic
    Koreanic

    Sinitic (Chinese)
    Uralic (Finnish, Estonian, Hungarian)
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Thursday, May 25

  1. page Le Kalayo edited ... sus-amelikao - South America {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0f/South_…
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    sus-amelikao - South America
    {http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/0f/South_America_%28orthographic_projection%29.svg/541px-South_America_%28orthographic_projection%29.svg.png} alahentin - Argentina
    boliwiboliwy - Bolivia
    bulasil - Brazil
    cile - Chile
    kolombikolomby - Columbia
    ekwadol - Ecuador
    giyana - Guyana
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Wednesday, May 24

  1. page Kalim-Bukos edited ... health adj: healthy kamyu prison jail, confinement v: confine, chain down Determiners …
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    health
    adj: healthy
    kamyu
    prison
    jail, confinement
    v: confine, chain down

    Determiners
    ko
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    Dictionary
    English
    Français (out of date)
    Magyar (out of date)
    le fem-bukos
    Example Texts
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Monday, January 23

  1. page Kalim-Bukos edited ... entay whole adj: healthy bafel wind ... alakun raccoon saki health adj: healthy …
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    entay
    whole
    adj: healthy
    bafel
    wind
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    alakun
    raccoon
    saki
    health
    adj: healthy

    Determiners
    ko
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Sunday, December 18

  1. page Angos Grammar edited {AngosBook3-4-14.pdf} I. Phonology 1. Orthography and Pronunciation
    {AngosBook3-4-14.pdf}
    I. Phonology
    1. Orthography and Pronunciation
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  2. page Angos Grammar edited ... Angos uses the Latin script with no diacritics. The chart below shows the majuscule and minusc…
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    Angos uses the Latin script with no diacritics. The chart below shows the majuscule and minuscule letters with their corresponding IPA symbol and an example sound in English (for optional/alternate pronunciations of sounds, see IPA for Angos at the bottom of the page). The use of majuscule letters is not obligatory at the beginning of a sentence or for proper nouns, but they may be used for distinction or emphasis if needed. The name of each consonant ends in "e", and the name of each vowel is just the vowel's sound (a, be ce, de, e, fe, ge...)
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    When writing Angos, capitalization is not required.
    2. Diphthongs
    Diphthongs are two vowel sounds that merge into one syllable. In Angos, diphthongs can occur as follows:
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    aksalo
    aksal-omo
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    an unmarked glottal stop [ʔ] at
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    a natural occurenceoccurrence in many
    • Assimilation (the combining of adjacent sounds) does not occur at word boundaries. For compound words, the roots must be looked at individually. If they do not belong in any of the allowable syllable structures, then an [e] is placed at the syllable boundary.
    Examples of [e] usage:
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    ni – female
    ni-omo – woman
    kwi – othernon-binary
    kwi-omo – genderqueer individual
    The generic pronoun is expressed with the word omo “person”:
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