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Re: Quick sound change plot

From:Christopher B Wright <faceloran@...>
Date:Thursday, June 13, 2002, 21:30
Jan van Steenbergen sekalge:
>Just curious, but what do you need such a program for?
I'm lazy and don't want to go through my Very Basic Root List (VBRL) (tm) and work on each root to make the words. Ah, well. I'll just do it the proper way. Christopher Bates sekalge:
>Out of interest, are any of the sounds in the language >represented by digraphs? Is your language strictly CVCVC.. etc or are >there any consonant clusters? Consonant clusters combined with digraphs >might make it slightly more difficult... not much though.
Raleh has four consonantal digraphs (ph and bh, labiodental plosives, mh /F/, and sh /S/) and four vowel digraphs (ae /ej/, ei /9/, eu /y/, ou /O/). There are many consonant clusters allowed; the syllable style is (S) (K) (L) V (F) (K), where S is a fricative, K is not a nasal or semivowel, F is not a stop, and L is a semivowel. (I am going for phonetic richness this time. By the numbers, there are 1,128,960 possible syllables.) I think that Raleh is a language for McLuddites (sp?). I have the same VBR (tm) for evil, auxlang, and technology.\ Laimes, Wright.