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Re: Port House abbreviations

Posted: 21:41 Mon 01 Oct 2018
by jdaw1
DRT wrote:
19:40 Mon 01 Oct 2018
Suggestion: Lm = Quinta das Lamelas
Fine by me.

Also, I for Infantado doesn’t fit the general pattern of reserving the few single-letter names for the few ancient famous blends of large volume and fame. Should it be In or If or It or Id? Unless there’s strong and quick dissent, it’s going to be In.

Re: Port House abbreviations

Posted: 19:59 Wed 03 Oct 2018
by DRT
jdaw1 wrote:
21:41 Mon 01 Oct 2018
DRT wrote:
19:40 Mon 01 Oct 2018
Suggestion: Lm = Quinta das Lamelas
Fine by me.

Also, I for Infantado doesn’t fit the general pattern of reserving the few single-letter names for the few ancient famous blends of large volume and fame. Should it be In or If or It or Id? Unless there’s strong and quick dissent, it’s going to be In.
In works better than any of those alternatives.

Re: Port House abbreviations

Posted: 19:21 Fri 05 Oct 2018
by Doggett
Io?

Re: RE: Re: Port House abbreviations

Posted: 20:54 Fri 05 Oct 2018
by jdaw1
Doggett wrote:Io?
No. Consonants give gravitas and structure. Only vowels only when really necessary.

Re: Port House abbreviations

Posted: 01:54 Tue 16 Oct 2018
by Glenn E.
Are Eq and Ec not included because Eufemia doesn't (often? ever?) produce VP?

Question posed primarily due to the unique difficulty with naming the split house(s).

Re: Port House abbreviations

Posted: 00:35 Wed 07 Nov 2018
by jdaw1
Glenn E. wrote:
01:54 Tue 16 Oct 2018
Are Eq and Ec not included because Eufemia doesn't (often? ever?) produce VP?

Question posed primarily due to the unique difficulty with naming the split house(s).
As you say: no VP, no need. Do suggest — though it’s too late to go in the canonical list in The Book.