Pronounciation & Word Formation
Folio 81 Recto:
The text explains citations rather than explanation of specific words. An example of this is found on line 5 stating that (otuã oh oh oh eiṇ oh ar) which can been rendered as "they double 'oh oh' and never 'oh ar'". Another example of a citation is found in line 22: (ĺiðã goh oh) which can be rendered as "they pronounce 'goh' as 'oh'", once again it seems to be a citation rather than definitions of the words. This folio seems to be dealing with pronunciation of words as well as how letters are formed.