Phonetic transcription (was: Sibilants)
|From:||John Vertical <johnvertical@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 29, 2008, 22:34|
>On Sun, 2008-08-17, Benct Philip Jonsson wrote:
>> I hereby propose U+01A3
>> LATIN SMALL LETTER OI = LATIN SMALL LETTER GHA
>> with CXS [q\] for the voiced uvular approximant.
>> I hearby propose [D\] as an abbreviation for [D_-
>> _o] in CXS. (Yes, I'm in a symbols-proposing mood
>> today! :-)
For the record, the Z-SAMPA has [y\ D_a\] for these (the latter is just an
"alveolar" diacritic). [q\ D\] are voiceless uvular lateral fricativ &
voiced palatal sibilant. I'd say your proposition on the latter makes more
sense, but I'm not convinced about the former either way.
( http://wiki.penguindeskjob.com/Z-SAMPA )
OI for IPA sounds agreeable. I don't feel like checking what canIPA uses,
but most likely something like "turned small delta with angled upper right
corner" and "reverse smallcaps R with curly serifs".
( http://venus.unive.it/canipa/ )