Translations:sitelen pona/82/en

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}} |- | soko |- ! uta | uta | uta |style="text-align: start;" | Dotless. Can create ambiguity with moku (otherwise moku; here confusable with luka uta). However, this ambiguity is not more than that which already exists with pali and kepeken (normally read as ilo and kepeken respectively, but technically possible to read as luka ijo and luka ilo). |- ! wile | wile | wile |style="text-align: start;" | Closed to become a turned heart or pilin. While the separation of the line endings varies in handwriting, this alternative is most likely influenced by sitelen pona pona (a font and derivative script). Most differences in sitelen pona pona are rejected by sitelen pona users, but some occasionally slip in when writers want to introduce oddities. |}