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From:daniel andreasson <daniel.andreasson@...>
Date:Thursday, May 31, 2001, 12:41
Eric Christopherson wrote:

> > No, {ch} is the mutated form of {c}, which I decided should > > occur after the definite article. I'm still not sure if there > > should be mutation or not after _i_ (sg) and _ir_ (pl).
> Is <ch> pronounced /x/ then, or /S/ or something?
For the moment I've decided to go for [x] in every environments, tho /S/ is definitely a possibility.
> I'd assume that if /tSEjn/ comes from /kwenja/ then > the result of /kwesse/ would be /tSEss/ <cess>.
Yes. Did I say otherwise?
> Can affricates undergo spirant mutation?
Yes, they become frex <ch> [x] or [S] as above. ||| daniel -- <> Mad llamgalf! <> <> <> Ond llam! <> <>


Eric Christopherson <rakko@...>