I’ve noticed that i’ve had some confusion as to the order of genitive constructs when eliminating the preposition. I see that i’ve used both áran clag (library) and djε§t lað (king). In keeping with the order that makes the most sense to me and the correlatives, the official rule shall now be: genetive particle first followed by subject. Hence:
|library – clag arán ||ruler – djε§t lað ||dlatci – dlát§i glơd ||bedtime – caiþ ðlai |
|school – bul arán ||student – bul lað ||german – doit§ glơd ||morning – tεmέt (ðlai) |
and so on... And note the invention of caiþ, the word for sleep.
Well, time to revise the lexicon again.
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