Re: The Shuyghut Language -- A Formal Introduction.
|From:||Benct Philip Jonsson <bpj@...>|
|Date:||Friday, August 13, 2004, 21:56|
Ben Poplawski wrote:
> If a sound is actually followed by [h] when adding <h> would result > in a digraph, then a hyphen disconnects the sounds.
> E.g., <th> [T], <t-h> [th].
May I humbly suggest some modifications of the Romanization.
If /th/ actually occurs it is darn inconvenient to use _th_
for /T/, not to speak of using a hyphen where there is no
morpheme boundary! So while staying within Latin-1 you may
You'll have to use French quotes, but more power to French quotes!
Also if you don't have any geminates you may use _tt ss hh_ for
Lastly, if [e] and [o] are allophonic you may discard them,
using _e_ for the svarabhakti and _o_ for /a:/!
B.Philip Jonsson -- melroch at melroch dot se
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