Richard Wordingham wrote:
> --- In, "Peter T. Daniels" <grammatim@...> wrote:
> > But using the conjoined forms is the equivalent of a
> > virama; remember, Tamil is the odd-script-out in South Asia, the only
> > one that's abandoned conjunct forms completely. (Tibetan and Javanese
> > both still use a few of them, and Burmese uses them only in
> > Sanskrit-origin words.)
> If you look at ,
> you'll find 42 conjuncts that are used in native words at the start of
> a phonetic syllable. Look in Section 5 there, 'Conjuncts'.

No, I won't do that, but you could say which script you're talking
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...