blog.Voynichology.net post 4, page 39
Much of the above is necessarily rather speculative
given the very early stage at which the research stands.
Nevertheless I have felt compelled to include
as much as I can of what I forsee even dimly,
even though this has led to extended discussions
of various possible scenarios & interpretations
that further research aught soon to resolve clearly.
In this more speculative category I would include
for instance, the discussions of;
-the various ways that the vowels might work;
-the question of which, if any other Voynich-Old Turkic letter-forms,
other than d=t,d, are able to represent multiple related letter-sounds;
-the question of how the letter L is represented
& whether jaiin could represent the Old Turkic
plural & verbal suffix 'ler';
-the question of which kind of Old Turkic Voynich is writing
& specifically whether we are looking at Kaladj
based on the identification of h=ch
which only Kaladj retained in initial position;
In the more secure category of conclusion, I would include;
-the recognition of the virtual identity
of Brigadier Tiltman's Paradigm
with the grammatical & phonetic structure of Old Turkic,
as described by Marcel Erdal, 2009;
-Captain Currier's puzzled conclusion,
"In no language I know of
does the suffix of a word
have anything to do with
the beginning of the next word."
has been explained,(Marcel Erdal, 2009),as being the result of,
"the phonotactic compatibility of stems and suffixes,
(which)demands suffix allomorphs,"
suffix allomorphs being a series of different spellings in Old Turkic
for the same suffix depending on the ending of the previous stem.
This conclusion also explains Jorge Stolfi's
similarly puzzled conclusion that Voynichese appears to have,
"multiple spellings for the same(suffix)syllable".