> Miguel Carrasquer wrote:There is no "my solution". In Romanian there are two words, both
> > Unstressed:
> > illam > ella > lla > wa > o.
> that doesn't work. The solution of Mr Iacomi looks more plausible
> since loosing the "n" from "unã" there is an "uã" which is more
> like "o". The lla > wa > o is simply nothing since there should
> be phoneticaly something else (lla > ia)
> 2)Accepting the palatalisation of "ll" there must be a kind of "i"Check the rules about the exitus of latin -lla- in Romanian before
> there,instead of "ll", it cannot be lost in the air.