Proper ussyfication of words

-If the word starts with a consonant that isn’t a P, B or B followed by a vocal, ussy goes after it.

-If the word starts with a P, B or S followed by a vocal, ussy goes after the next consonant.

-If the word starts with a vocal that isn’t an U, ussy goes after the first consonant.

-If the word starts with a consonant followed by another consonant, the ussy goes after both consonants. This rule also applies if ussy was to follow a consonant that isn’t the first in the cases of the second or third rules.

-If the word has the syllable “pu” and it isn’t the first syllable, ussy goes after it.

-If the word has an U followed by an S and the U isn’t the first letter, ussy goes after it.

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