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> According to the Magic Words page, {ybu} "is considered a single word of
> selma'o BU" (I suppose you mean BY) and this is done first. What does {zo y
> bu} turn into, as compared with {zo a bu}?

{zo y bu} = the word 'ybu'
{zo a bu} = the lerfu 'a'

This is the ugly consequence of introducing exceptions. We could
introduce further exceptions and preprocess {a bu}, {e bu}, {i bu},
{o bu} and {u bu} as well, but one exception always leads to another
and the result is a mess.

mu'o mi'e xorxes

 


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