I guess everyone's out watching the Olympics.
Anyway, I thought I should update this thread a bit for the sake of everyone who isn't following the "discussion" over on Unilang.
1) The [ɮ] sound isn't used anymore for the soft mutation of <ll>. Instead, we have [l] <l>.
2) The genitive construction is formed by putting the possessor after the possession. No articles are allowed before the possession so as not to cause confusion. The definite/indefinite distinction is made for the possession with the soft mutation; definite possessions are mutated and indefinite ones aren't. Never mind the words that can't mutate, they apparently don't matter.
3) There may be something called a vocative that's marked with the soft mutation.
4) Leafoosish seems to have 4 words for "door"; yfw
. (The issue is with the last one -- it may be of English origin only and if so I'll have to get rid of it.) There are also two words for "fire"; ffw
. I'll get into this stuff in more detail later if somebody asks.
5) There's some controversy over what feminine nouns do. I think the general idea is that they get soft mutated and cause stuff following them to do the same, and masculine nouns don't do any of that.
6) We can't figure out how the present tense works.
7) <dd> is now written <dh>.
8) I should be in bed.