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i la'e di'e pagbu le mergu'e

  • jecrdelaua? (Delaware)
  • jecrflorida? (Florida)
  • jecrdjordja? (Georgia)
  • jecrkalifornia? (California) .i va'i la kalifornias?
  • jecrkansa? (Kansas)
  • jecrkentaki? (Kentucky)
  • jecrkolorado (Colorado)
  • le tcadu be fo la kolumbias? (District of Columbia) to je'u ma smuni le vomoi sumti be le bridi be zo tcadu toi
  • jecrkonetiku? (Connecticut)
  • jecrluizi,ana? (Louisiana)
  • jecrmasatcusetsa? (Massachusetts)
  • jecrmeine? (Maine)
  • jecrmerilande? (Maryland)
  • jecrmicigana? (Michigan)
  • jecrminesota? (Minnesota)
  • jecrmisisipi? (Mississippi)
  • jecrmizuri? (Missouri)
  • jecrmontana? (Montana)
  • jecrnebraska? (Nebraska)
  • jecrnevada? (Nevada)
  • jecrnortkarolaina i va'i berti jecrkarolaina (North Carolina)
  • jecrnordakota? i va'i berti jecrdakota (North Dakota)
  • jecrnu'amcira? i va'i cnino jecrxamcira (New Hampshire)
  • jecrnudjerzi i va'i cnino jecrdjerzi (New Jersey)
  • jecrnu,iorka? i va'i cnino jecrxiorka (New York)
  • jecrnumeksiko? i va'i cnino mexno (New Mexico)
  • jecrpensilvania? (Pennsylvania)
  • jecnrodailanda? (Rhode Island)
  • jecrsaudakota? i va'i snanu jecrdakota (South Dakota)
  • jecrsautkarolaina? i va'i snanu jecrkarolaina (South Carolina)
  • jectrteksa? (Texas)
  • jecrtenesi? (Tennessee)
  • jecrvermonta? (Vermont)
  • jecrvirdjinia? (Virginia)
  • jecrxaida'o? (Idaho)
  • jecrxaio,ua? (Iowa)
  • jecrxalabama? (Alabama)
  • jecrxalaska? (Alaska)
  • jecrxarizona? (Arizona)
  • jecrxarkansa? (Arkansas)
  • jecrxa,uai,i? (Hawaii)
    • Actually pronounced (In hawai'ian) such that jecry'avai,i would be better - Hawaiian w ranges from a voiced bilabial fricative (after rounded vowels) to a bilabial approximant (after unrounded vowels), but A is sometimes rounded (basically arbitrary) so the pronunciation of aw is by tradition - and the name Hawai'i comes from a long polynesian tradition that the most recently discovered island was always called Havaiki.
    • w following an a is often pronounced as /w/, and this is probably more recognizable.
      • To a native hawai'ian speaker (Though there are precious few nowadays) jecrxavai.i or jecry'avai.i would be the most understandable.
    • Non-intervocalic h maps to x in Lojban, and there is no /x/ in Hawai`ian, so there is no confusion.
      • Hawai'an phonology is such that there are no non-intervocalic consonants.
        • Initial consonants are non-intervocalic in Lojban, and Hawai`ian allows those.
    • Having checked my Hawai'ian language literature, jecrfavai,i also works.
  • jecrxilinoi? (Illinois)
  • jecrxindiana? (Indiana)
  • jecrxiuta? (Utah)
  • jecrxo'ai,o? (Ohio)
  • jecrxokla'oma? (Oklahoma)
  • jecrxoregona? (Oregon)
  • jecrxuacintona? (Washington)
  • jecrxuai,omina? (Wyoming)
  • jecrxuestrvirdjinia? i va'i stici jecrvirdjinia? (West Virginia)
  • jecrxuiskonsina? (Wisconsin)

The fact that these all start with {jecr} makes them practically unusable. Keep them as names and work off them with {me} tanru — which puts the name near the front. pc>|8} Could you provide an example?


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