CONLANG Digest - 9 Nov 2000 to 10 Nov 2000 (#2000-308)
|From:||Matt McLauchlin <matt_mcl@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 11, 2000, 6:26|
> > Let's look at this from an artlang point of view.
> > Would you have the following pronounced as
> > one or two syllable words in your languages?
The following are permitted diphthongs based on sequence of vowels:
ai /ai/, oi /oi/, ui /ui/, au /Au/, eu /Eu/, iu /ju/.
If such a sequence were to be rendered as two syllables, it would be
necessary to add a diaeresis onto the second one. For example, cnaïl
"example" = /Sna'il/.
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