Re: OT: YAEPT: English low vowels (was briefly: Re: Y/N variants (< OT: English a...
|From:||Gary Shannon <fiziwig@...>|
|Date:||Friday, December 14, 2007, 0:38|
--- "Mark J. Reed" <markjreed@...> wrote:
> As to which vowel I have in "palm", the answer is "none of the above".
> For me, "all" words form a lexical set unto themselves: All, awl,
> ball, Bali, balm (doesn't rhyme with bomb), bawl, call, calm, caul,
> Collie, doll, dolly, fall, folly, gall, golly, hall, holly, jolly,
> Kali, lolly, mall, maul, Molly, Nall, pall, palm, Paul, Polly, qualm,
> Raleigh, Rawls, solly, tall, trawl, vol, wall, y'all.
I would put Bali, Kali with bash, cash, satin,...
I would put Collie, doll, dolly, golly, holly, jolly, lolly, Molly, Polly,
solly, vol with fAther, pAsta, cOtton, ...
The rest (along with haul) I would leave together as a set.