Re: new Unnamed Conlang
|From:||Andreas Johansson <andjo@...>|
|Date:||Friday, September 17, 2004, 20:13|
Quoting Rodlox R <rodlox@...>:
> > > kh (like "KHaan" in Mongolian)
> >Mongolian might be a poor example, since very few people speak it.
> you never heard of Gengis Khan? :)
I have, and usually pronounced ['jINIs 'kA:n].
(How do anglophones pronounce it?)
> > > jy (like "DJoser" in Ancient Egyptian)
> >I don't know how AE sounded, and I doubt anyone else does for sure either.
> >worse, I don't even know what the conventional pronunciation of 'dj' is for
> ýn X-Sampa - J\
Ah. Would I then be right in assuming that 'sy' and 'zy' denote, respectively, a
voiceless and a voiced palatal fricative? (I'm still curious to hear what
Eastern European language uses them - I thought I had a decent grasp of the
various Latin orthographies of EE.)