Betreft: PHON: Xkanxey and a question
|From:||Rob Nierse <rnierse@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, December 2, 1999, 7:33|
>>> FFlores <fflores@...> 12/02 12:05 >>>I wrote:
> In Xkanxey (<x> =3D retroflex s) there are three genders named after
> "elements": air, water and earth.
Speaking of which, I'm going to change some things about Xkanxey.
First of all I have to get rid of that horrible <x>. And then
>>>>>>>>That's funny. I'm struggling to get /x/ into one of my langs (I want to
give it an Aztec look).
How do you call a click that you produce with the tongue in position
for /n^/ (Spanish <=F1>)? I understand that a palatal click is somehow
>>>>>>>I don't know. Why not palatal click? If the POA is were /n^/ is,=20
I think it should be called palatal.