Re: USAGE: Thorn vs Eth
|From:||tim talpas <tim@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, July 11, 2002, 2:51|
# Kendra wrote:
# > I'm curious as to how many natural languages have th and dh, as I heard that
# > not many do. Anyone? :)
# Modern Greek for one. Castilian Spanish has /T/ and [D] as an allophone
# of /d/. Icelandic has /T/ and /D/. I can't think of any others
# off-head. Those are fairly rare.
Albanian. And my very limited experience with it tells me that /T/ and /D/
aren't as marginal as in say, english, or icelandic.