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(Please note: this is nothing but a plain and real question)

Not long ago Jorge proposed a definition of "word" in terms of quoting
(something like "a word is anything that may be quoted with 'zo'").

Well, the morphology paper states that rafsi are not words. Does it
mean rafsi are unquotable? But if they are quotable, how does one
distinguish them from homophonic (or whatever is the correct term)
cmavo in a quotation?

co'o mi'e paulos.

    Paulo S. L. M. Barreto  --  Software Analyst  --  Unisys Brazil
    Standard disclaimer applies ("I do not speak for Unisys", etc.)
                       e'osai ko sarji la lojban.