here is a query which came through to Quettar from Reinier Joosse :
Anyway, I have got a question. If you have a noun, for example alda, and you
make it dual, it becomes aldu: the a is replaced. Or cirya - ciryat. The a is
not replaced. My question is about the ending -u.
I know that the choice between ending -u or -t is made by euphony, so by 'what
But why is the ending vowel in alda replaced if you add an -u (not aldau) and
that in pé not? (peu, diphthong) Is the ending vowel only replaced if it does
not sound well otherwise?
If someone could put an answer together I will forward it to her(?). We might have a new member shortly if we can provide this help.
Thanks in advance