Doug Ewell wrote:

"In fact, there's really no reason why an alphabet couldn't have reordrant
letters, though I can't think of such an alphabet offhand."

Although not actually so, as I understand it, Irish might seem to be that
way in some instances. One example is the name Áine (trust I spelled it
OK), which is pronounced "Anya". (I'm referring to the harper/singer Áine
Minogue.) No disrespect intended, surely!

Nicholas Bodley /*|*\ Waltham, Mass.
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