Re: Verbs in Finlaesk
|From:||Paul Bennett <paul.w.bennett@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, September 27, 2007, 16:27|
On 9/27/07, Paul Bennett <paul.w.bennett@...> wrote:
> On 9/27/07, Benct Philip Jonsson <conlang@...> wrote:
> > Just a note: the -isk morpheme is usually reduced to -sk
> > in ON, so you'll get _skrælingskr_ and _vinlenzkr_,
> > and since language names are weak feminines you get
> > _skrælingska_ and _vinlenzka_.
> My sound changes must still be broken. From those names (with long _i_
> in the latter), I get _sclęglīkska_ /sklEGli~kSkA/ and _ uínlīsska_
> /wi:nli~sSkA/, which are just flat-out ugly, never mind not fitting
> the syllable shapes I'd decided to allow.
I've fixed a couple of the bugs. I now have _scęlīkska_ /skEli~kSkA/
and _uínlītska_ /wi:nli~tSkA/, which are better though still not
perfect. I'm trying to think of "good" ways to reduce all (phonemic)
CCC clusters to CC clusters, and nothing's really sitting well.