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Secundomian language

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Romanized Secundomian is the same as Secundomian, however, the secundomian letters are not included, and are replaced by romanized symbols from the English alphabet. Due to the complex nature of Secundomian grammar and few differing sounds in the language, Romanized Secundomian often results in words appearing extremely long and cumbersome. For example, the accusative plural form of the word "Person" appears as such: pbluuma. While this word appears extremely long at first glance, there are only 6 letters involved in the full word when converted into Secundomian (րⱠ፥፥Ꮩʖ), thus making it just as long as the english word.
[[Category:Dialects]] [[Category:Secundomia]][[Category:Languages]]

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