Why preserve distinct subject and object forms in 1st and 2nd person singular pronouns but not other pronouns?
Most of the endings are axed full stop, but problems occur with semi-vowels. "lingua"->"ling", "aqua"-"ac" are just about OK, but what happens to "seruus"? Most recognisable would be "serv" of course. Maybe semivowels can be written as <v> and <j> and kept in stems altogether - "lingv", "aqv", "serv" thus. You could also change the semi-vowels to their corresponding vowels, thus lingu, acu, seru Nik 10:15, 2 April 2007 (PDT)