Re: MNCL5 Phonology and Orthography
|From:||John Vertical <johnvertical@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, November 20, 2007, 12:42|
>Jeffrey Jones writes:
>>... Plus there may be discrepancies from CXS that I have to sort
>> out. In particular, I've used superscript N for nasalization, and
>> superscript A for alveolar (how _do_ you specify that in IPA?).
>For alveolar there is no special diacritic IIRC. In what context do
>you use it, maybe there is a different way to express what you want?
extIPA has = belo for alveolarity (also used for labioalveolars in a similar
way as the dentality sign can be used for labiodentality); in Z-SAMPA they
have _a\ for that same purpose.