|From:||Peter Bleackley <peter.bleackley@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 12, 2003, 16:29|
Staving Jan van Steenbergen:
> --- Piotr Blikli skrzypszy:
> > One of my conlangs, currently called "Montanic", has a sound change where
> > each of the fricatives from its parent language, Khangathyagon, has become
> > the corresponding affricate. This includes a glottal affricate, which
> > sounds a bit like coughing when I try to pronounce it.
> > [...]
> > pf tth ts ch kkh 'h
> > [pf] [tT] [ts] [tS] [kx] ['h]
> > bv ddh dz j
> > [bv] [dD] [dz] [dZ]
>Does this mean that Montanic also has dental /t/ and /d/ (X-SAMPA: [t_d] and
They don't exist as independent phonemes. Possibly they're allophones in
the context of forming affricates.