Re: Ehh, help with the IPA notation of a particular consonant, please?
|From:||Pavel Iosad <pavel_iosad@...>|
|Date:||Monday, December 30, 2002, 3:19|
> Strong [s] is pronounced with a lot more force and I think
> a touch of pharyngealization (at least, it feels like the
> pharynx is involved when I pronounce it). Is there a specific
> IPA symbol for increased 'oomph' in a consonant? [s_?\_h] for
> strong [s], maybe?
Some Daghestani languages (Tsez springs to mind but I'm not sure at all)
do have a glottalized [s]. The X-SAMPA is [s_>], and the IPA
straightforwardly [s']. A pharyngealized [s] is [s_?\], and velarized
[s_G]. Take your pick.
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