Re: Zaik! (Hi there!) - Description of Lyanjen
|From:||Herman Miller <hmiller@...>|
|Date:||Friday, September 1, 2000, 1:13|
On Thu, 31 Aug 2000 06:10:06 +0100, Raymond Brown <ray.brown@...>
>>Lojban and Loglan do: "c" = /S/, "j" = /Z/.
>Yiklamu and Vorlin also use "c" and "j" the same was. Didn't Ro also use
>the symbols that way? I was under the impression - maybe mistakenly - that
>this was not an uncommon practice among north American conlangers.
Ludireo -- and its predecessor Eklektu -- also use that pronunciation for
"c" and "j". I think that Lojban might have been an influence in that
usage. My older languages used "c" for /k/, /ts/, or /tS/, and "j" for /j/
or /dZ/, depending on the language. Olaetian "j" merged with "zh" /Z/.
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