Voiced/unvoiced fricative discrepancy (and Collective Plurals)
|From:||Andy Canivet <cathode_ray00@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, June 20, 2002, 23:56|
Thanks Andreas - and thanks to everybody else who responded too!
You've given me a few things to think about when I start to develop the
history and future of the language, as well as reassuring me that I'm not
completely off base in my guesses about phonology (and collective plurals
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>From: Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>
>Reply-To: Constructed Languages List <CONLANG@...>
>Subject: Voiced/unvoiced fricative discrepancy
>Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2002 19:54:49 +0000
>Earlier this week, there was a thread about the naturalness of a system
>both voiced and uncoived stops, but only unvoiced fricatives. I thought
>somebody 'd like to now that one of my sketchier conlangs, Siréazh
>- this is the Tairezazh term; haven't worked out what the native is yet!)
>had the following cutish system of stops and fricatives during a period of
>p t k
>f s x
>b d g
>v B z D G R
>Later this was simplified by B>v, D>z, G>zero and R>G. It may be noted that
>/R/ is from earlier /G/ ...
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