zh for r from PGmc z? both r and zh can sound like the Greenlandic r
q found in Inuit loans and random changes in Norse?
þ -> t change can be complete as in Faroese; đ sometimes becomes l
preserves and standardizes verb conjugations with clitic pronouns like -tu/-u for 2sg and -k for 1sg; officially VSO from insular Celtic influence?
Mainland Scandinavian-style nominal declension levelling but weird -- some nouns pluralize in m or with u-umlaut and no suffix?
Some differences between Esperanto as we know it and Lõisian Esperanto:
- Pronouns are mi, ci, ri, ni, vi, ili, oni
- Transitive verbs in transitive-intransitive pairs are always marked with a causative; the passive for these verbs is used for changes of state.
- -icho is standard for specifically masculine nouns.
- more noun cases (ergative at least)