Ho, I forgot about this one. ju'e is part of the language, not experimental;
if it is not in the cmavo list, that is an error in the cmavo list. Bob LeChevalier
peaks of ju'e
as "adopted", and says that this includes adding a line to the cmavo list.
Since there is no such line, I suppose the currently posted cmavo list
is out of date here.
It appears that it is mentioned in the cmavo list after all, but nowhere in The Book.
Which cmavo list? Not the 06/13/94 version available at
. If anyone has a later version,
let me know at .
There's a file called "cmavo" and one called "CMAVO". The latter is the new list and contains ju'e.