A priori or A Posteriori:
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Use it as you see fit. Feel free to remove or add on it to suit your conlang.
How about the Toonatopian language?
What does script depth mean?
Script depth means how closely the script matches the phonetics of the language. Czecklish has a shallow script depth, because there is exactly one letter or digraph (letter combo) for each sound. This allows a reader to predict the spelling of a word and its pronunciation. In contrast, English has a deep script depth, with different letters or digraphs being used to represent different sounds (For example, <x> can be pronounced [ks] [gz] or [z]; <y> can be pronounced [i] [ɪ] or [aɪ]). This makes predicting the spelling and pronunciation of a word difficult. Hopefully I explained everything all right. If you still have any questions, please ask
updated 3/21/14. Happy Spring Break!
Just curious. About exoglottonyms, in case of a conlang for my conworld, should I only and the English exonym or the exonyms of all surrounding languages?