Re: Name mangling (Was: Re: First Sound Recording of Asha'ille!)
|From:||B. Garcia <madyaas@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, March 8, 2005, 3:28|
On Mon, 7 Mar 2005 22:16:59 +0100, Andreas Johansson <andjo@...> wrote:
> Tairezazh could keep those pretty intact, except Björn, which would have to
> morph to _Béren_, pronounced ['be:r@n] or ['be:rn=] depending on lect. Meghean,
> rather OEesquely, would make it into _Beorn_ [bjorn]. The final cluster '-rn'
> is not found in native Meghean words, but I think they'd find it easy enough to
> acquire. Or, pronouncing Björn svecically as [bj9:n`], maybe _bén_ [be:n] and
> _beon_ [bjon] respectively are closer
Ayhan doesn't do much odd to names, at least those in most of the
Western European languages :).
> Henrik > Khanrik [xanrik]
> Björn > yurun [jMrMn], or yuran [jMran] homophonuous to the word for "troll".
> Arthaey > Artay [artaj]
> Angosii > Angusi [aNgMsi], if IIRC that 'ii' is [i:].
> Rachel > Rachar [ratSar] (or Raychar if Rachel = /rejtS-/
> Robert > Rubart [rMbart]
> Roland > Rurand [rMrand]
> Rudi > Rudi [rMdi]
> Lisa > Risa [risa]
> Stéphanie > Stifani ['stifani]
The above would become:
Henrik > Henrik /hen'rik/
Bjorn > Byorna /'byorna/
Arthaey > Artay /ar'taj/
Angosii > Anggosi /aN'gosi/
Rachel > Recel /re'tSel/
Robert > Raberta /ra'berta.
Roland > Rolanda /ro'landa/
Rudi/Rudy > Rudi /'rudi/
Lisa > Lisa /'lisa/
Stephanie > Stefani /'stefani/
> Andreas Johansson would, I guess, become respectively:
In Ayhan: Andreyas Yohanson /an'drejas jo'hanson/
> Let's honour our old Lord of Instrumentality by doing "John Cowan" too:
Jan Kawan - /dZan kawan/
My name is pretty simple:
Bari Garsiya - /'bari gar'sija/