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Re: Spelling of "nd" and "ld"

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  • j_mach_wust
    ... I guess you didn t. But most are stable if we don t consider the Elvish modes of old, the mode of Beleriand and the classical Quenya mode. ... j. mach
    Message 1 of 11 , Jan 6, 2005
      Dave 'Hísilómë' wrote:
      > As for "stable" tengwar (if by this we mean "representing the same
      > sound in _all_ 'Tolkien-attested' modes", incl. the Classical Quenya
      > Mode, the Mode of Gondor ["Standard Sindarin"], the Full Mode of
      > Gondor, the Mode of Beleriand, as well as the phonemic/phonetic and
      > orthographic English modes [both oomatehtar and full modes]), there
      > really aren't that many (according to this strict standard), except
      > tinco, parma, formen, lambe, silme, hyarmen--or did I forget any/make
      > a mistake?

      I guess you didn't. But most are "stable" if we don't consider the
      Elvish modes of old, the mode of Beleriand and the classical Quenya mode.

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      j. 'mach' wust
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