Is there anyone here who understands hyphenation patterns?

Such a document:

\setuplayout[textwidth=0.2cm]
\starttext
\language[la] Manovich.
\stoptext

hyphenates 'Manovich' into Ma-no-vi-ch, while it should be Ma-no-vich. The
same applies for Italian and Lithuanian languages (in LaTeX as well).

Could there be such an omission in the hyphenation patterns? Or am I
missing something?

Thanks,
--  Rogutės Sparnuotos
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