Can you give some indication of how the word is pronounced? I would be glad to help you. Caeruleancentaur 14:13, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
- It's fairly simple. In Conlang X-SAMPA: /keNes/. I'm a one sound, one symbol kind of a guy.
- Turkestani and Uygur Transcriptions might help you out some, but the Short Guide to Weird Letters in Turkestani Latin Script is as follows: "N-with-cedilla" is /N/, "S-with-cedilla" is /S/, "C" is /ts/, "C-with-cedilla" is /tS/, "T-with-cedilla" is /T/, "G-with-hacek" is /G/, "A-with-dieresis" is /&/, "U-with-dieresis" is /y/ or /Y/, "O-with-dieresis" is /2/ or /9/, "dotless-I" is /M/. I think that covers it all. Geoff 23:39, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
- BTW, what did you have in mind for help? I'd be glad of some input on the constitution, if I ever get around to writing it, and indeed, for any suggestions as to how the government actually works. Turkestan is scheduled to have an election this year, and I have to decide what happens in that, and I still have only the vaguest idea of how the government process actually works. How much influence can and does the Ilxan exert on the day to day running of the government and decision-making process? I have only the slightest idea. Any suggestions you want to bring would be deeply appreciated. Geoff 22:04, 11 May 2009 (UTC)