Re: uvular click
|From:||Matthew Turnbull <ave.jor@...>|
|Date:||Monday, January 5, 2009, 18:30|
Ah, thank you for that, that makes much more sense, it is an ingressive.
Also, thank you for the clarification on what a click is, I was lead
to believe that all voiceless implosives were called clicks.
On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 1:29 AM, Alex Fink <000024@...> wrote:
> On Sun, 4 Jan 2009 19:26:06 -0600, Matthew Turnbull <ave.jor@...> wrote:
>>no, I meant a uvular click, it's really not that hard to do, to test
>>out sounds for conlangs I usually pick a MOA and "roll" it from front
>>to back on the POAs, so I made a uvular click (which is just an
>>ingressive uvular plosive right?),
> Clicks are _velaric_ ingressives (or at least dorsal ingressives): that is,
> their airflow is inward but into a low-pressure compartment formed by the
> two points of contact of the tongue, the further back of which is dorsal.
> You can't have a uvular click since there's no such point further back.
> Your sound is probably a _glottalic_ ingressive uvular stop, much like a
> voiceless version of an implosive. That's generally written [G\_<_0] now,
> but like the other voiceless glottalic ingressives it used to have its own
> symbol [q_<], q with hooktop. Unless yours is voiced; then it's just [G\_<].
>>and all I can find is uvular
>>I think that I am making it with epiglottal accompanyment, but am not sure.
> If you are, that's purely extra; there's no reason glottalic ingressives
> would need an accompaniment.