2584Re: [elfscript] Re: Tengwar Challenge 7
- Sep 6, 2003Teithant Mach Hezan:
>Doesn't 'worthy' have a voiceless 'th' (at least that's'Worthy' has a voiced 'th'. 'Worth' has a voiceless 'th'.
>what my RP dictionary tells me)?
>And another thing I'd have done different is theI think Chris is thinking less of both aesthetics and possible
>representation of 'ee'. But that's you choice.
>I don't like short carriers and I believe in the principle
>of one-sign analysis, you don't like doubled
>tehtar and you prefer esthetics to possible
principles than he is of attested examples. We know that Tolkien used
the doubled short carriers with acute accent tehtar for 'ee' in 'seen'
in the title page. The use of the doubled acute accent tehta for 'ee' is
indeed logical, but unattested. If this is Chris's reason, then I agree
with his choice; an attested example by Tolkien takes precedence over
Cuio mae, Danny.
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