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Re: [tT] affricate

From:Andreas Johansson <andjo@...>
Date:Saturday, March 8, 2003, 13:34
Quoting Rachel Klippenstein <estel_telcontar@...>:

> I recall someone (Andreas, I think) a little while ago > wondering about a [tT] affricate, and I just wanted to > say that some Salish languages around here (West coast > of B.C.) have them. Sliammon [slaI&m@n] for example, > has [tT], as well as an ejective counterpart (No > voiced version because no voiced obstruents in > Sliammon). Its other affricates are [tS] > (alveopalatal) and [tK] (lateral), as well as the > ejective versions thereof.
Yea, that was me, and thanks. I always feel slightly better when I can justify my conlang's features by ALF. An ejective lateral affricate, oh my ... So, I just want to say that this was _ettham_ of you. ([@'tTam] "sweet", properly of taste, but slangily used to mean roughly "nice".) Andreas