Proposed record for 'fonnapa'

Doug Ewell doug at
Thu Jun 9 23:50:40 CEST 2016

John Cowan wrote:

> It pretty much has to be. It's used for hundreds of languages in North
> America, and variants of it (so saith Wikipedia) for Slavic, Indic,
> Semitic, Caucasian, and some Uralic languages, plus Proto-Indo-
> European.

Michael Everson wrote:

> It’s necessary for those. 

I realize this. I'm just mentioning it in case someone reviews the form
and thinks we overlooked something.

Doug Ewell | | Thornton, CO 🇺🇸

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