Hey Karyu, awesome. Thanks for understanding: I felt a bit awkward for redoing something you'd done, which is one of the reasons I've made it as conclusive as possible. I am 99% certain that this dictionary is pretty much perfect. I've gone over the data so many times, and from the original sources, not from the posts or the blogs or your dictionary (although that started me out, so thanks a million.) About stress, I think we're just going to have to assume it's variable. A lot of the stress makes no sense: for examples, look at the various words that add +an and +e. It's ridiculous.
I'm working on a version of your guide, currently, so to speak. Well, I'm going back to the original stock, from Frommer's blog post and from wikipedia and the sentences from which they derive information. Hopefully, this one will not be a guide, like yours is, but a grammar, a full list of everything we know and don't know about this language. I hope you'll approve of this: your guide is essential for entering the language, but I want something a bit more conclusive, if that's cool. Have you derived any new words or edited your vocabulary list, and found anything that isn't in mine? Please let me know, if so, I don't want to run over all of your lists again (for the tsìvol krr, haha). Glad you're updating yours more.
Could you please add just a line about the sources you used to compile the document? I unlocked the thread in the normal section about this, because I feel it is very important (one of the reasons I've spent days, literally, editing this dictionary to make sure that everything works, source-wise. No idea where alìm is from, though. Damn.)