Re: the Most Consonants in a row?
|Date:||Wednesday, September 14, 2005, 17:07|
Some Eastern European langs have like 5 or 6, but they usually have
schwas and stuff.
Basically the most I've managed in a conlang is 2, giving me a
syllable structer like so: [optional stuff in brackets]
On 9/14/05, Kit La Touche <kit@...> wrote:
> georgian manages an onset of 8 consonants, if i recall correctly, though
> it's arguable that some of those are actually syllabic, thus breaking it
> down significantly.
> On Wed, 14 Sep 2005, Rodlox R wrote:
> > This may sound odd, but I assure you that its for a conlang & a story.
> > What's the most consonants that can neighbor one another?
> > CCCC / CCCCC / CCCCCC / etc?
> > and does that upper limit [of consonants] exist in any NatLangs, or just in
> > ConLangs?
> > thanks.