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Re; Good Clarifying Question

> Similarly, the most common cmavo are unlikely to be heard as
> rafsi. When I hear "le,DU'u" in a speech stream, the rules of
> stress automatically tell me that this is two cmavo, and "du'u"
> is never taken as part of the lujvo that might follow.

I'm skeptical that we hear the difference between "du'u" and "DU'u".
Further, {du'u} can be stressed "du'U", in which case it will
be ambiguous up to that point.

> With the exception of "bau", I can't think of any common cmavo
> which I have heard often in lujvo, and "bau" is one for which
> there is no meaning ambiguity.

Also {cai} and {rai}, which are like {bau}.