Philology A-Z

Copyright Joseph Markenstein July 27, 2013

Cataplasm: any vowel; when tongue is at rest from contact with the upper pallet. Metaplasm: any of the consonance that bend the tongue and still make no closure contact with the pallet. Neoplasm: (N.B. in internal medicine, neoplasia is the state of tissue damage from caulis covering tender tissues. Hence closure contact with the pallet.) any of the consonance which make the closure contact with the pallet in order to establish the end of one “verbal” (vowel) word from an other. These are needed as liaisons between meta-plastic pre-fixations with vowels. These definitions are phonetic rules which apply to every language, be it pictographic in character or alphabetical meaning alpha-beta iconographic. The following alphabetical iconographic list of letter character will be abbreviated as such: C=cataplasm, M=metaplasm, N=neoplasm. A=C B=N C=M (when soft) N (when hard) D=N E=C F=M G=M H=M I=C J=M K=N L=N M=N (the lips close) N=N O=C P=N Q=N R=M S=M T=N U=C V=M W=M X=N (when annunciated in its titular. Otherwise its Meta as is the letter Z) Y=C/M (in phonics Y is mean between vowel and metaplasm) Z=M

With this now at its drawl, the constructs of language manifold between Germanic and Romantic configurations of alphabet/“picot-bet” applications in phonetics. Far eastern languages have both these types. Vine=Wein English=German In this English/German example, the phonetic is the same, even the meaning is the same, only the iconography/orthography varies. Here, there is only one neoplastic segment to liaison the augment of W and V as metaplastic with E and I as cataplasms. German tends to have predominant fixations with consonants while Chinese has predominant fixations with Vowels. However, the literal character of every language derives between Hebrew and Chinese, mediating at Greek with the Omega and Iota being the binary cataplastic middle of all language. Journey to the center of Language!

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