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Re: LONG: Latest Wenetaic Stuff

From:Paul Bennett <paul.bennett@...>
Date:Wednesday, October 27, 1999, 10:47
Grandsire, C.A. <grandsir@...> wrote:
> > > The actual fricatives they become are: > > > {ph} -> [f] > > > {th} -> [T] > > > {kh} -> [C](SAMPA) the sound in German "ich"
> > Maybe it's due to a property of aspiration in Wenetaic that would > "centralise" the aspirated stop, so that {kh} is a little palatal (that > would explain its realisation [C]) and {ph} a little retracted, so that > its fricative form would be labiodental instead of dental.
Could be -- or maybe you can have both [C] and [x], depending on whether the following sounds are front or back? For example, [C] before [p] and [t], [x] before [k]? <<<<<<Pablo Partial POA assimilation? {ephpe} /eF:e/ {ephte} /efte/ {ephke} /efke/ {ethpe} /eTpe/ {ethte} /este/ or /eTte/ ? {ethke} /eSke/ {ekhpe} /eCpe/ {ekhte} /eCte/ {ekhke} /exke/ Some of the above are more dubious to me than others. ************************************************************* This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify the sender. This footnote also confirms that this email message has been scanned for the presence of computer viruses. *************************************************************