Representing the affricates kx and unvoiced velar lateral affricate
|From:||John Vertical <johnvertical@...>|
|Date:||Monday, September 19, 2005, 17:19|
Chris Bates wrote:
> Can anyone suggest a letter or symbol (doesn't have to be ASCII as long
>as it's typeable on a computer) for represent these two sounds?
Just one? Hmm ... cent symbol and L-with-bar?
If polygraphs are OK, I might use <cx cxl>. Or maybe just <x xl> to save
space. And if the letter x is out of the question, how about <qh ql>?
But then again, this depends a lot on what's your orthography otherwise like
>Also, can anyone tell me the X-SAMPA or CXS symbol for a velar lateral
>fricative? My books say that such a sound does exist (or at least, the
>affricate does) but I can't find anyway of writing it in either of those
/L\_r/, or if you want the unvoiced one (I'd guess so) /L\_r_0/.
Z-SAMPA (the ZBB-born extension of X-SAMPA) uses /V\ F\/.