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ajencis-sejenus posted 27 Apr 2006, 03:04 by talek, Candidate

It intrigues me that phonetically, "Sejenus" and "Ajencis" differ only in the ordering of their consonant sounds (assuming that the "c" is soft) and in their vowel sounds; and their vowel sounds are very closely related. As I read, I had to make a bit of an effort to keep them apart. There is also an intriguing phonetic similarity between Kianese names and nonmen names. Whether either of these is deliberate or significant I have no idea. view post


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