Tamahi: an Ebisedian descendent language


Introduction

Tamahi was a language spoken by a comparatively large group of people during the Era of Scattering. It was a descendent language from Ebisedian, and inherited many grammatical traits from the same. Historically, it was derived from Old Tamahi, which in turn was directly descended from Ebisedian. It was spoken around the middle of the Era of Scattering.

Comparison with Ebisedian

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Last updated 12 Jan 2006.

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