Re: /N/ : suggestions please
|From:||Carlos Thompson <cthompso@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, November 17, 1998, 21:07|
"Mathias M. Lassailly" wrote:
> I need a (di)graph for the nasalysed velar (/N/) of my TUNU language. This
> phoneme occurs only in the end of a word after a vowel. I write it "q"
> currently. Other graphs already used are : a, c, e, h, i, k, m, n, o, p, r,
> s, t, w, y. I'd like to keep the phonology very simple (as is the grammar to
> my own standards) and as easy as possible to read for readers not versed in
> phonology because I'd like to make the grammar page legible without too much
> pain and ennui (like Carlos,
> Sally, Herman, Christophe and others succeeded). Thanks for your contribution.
I would vote for <g> or <ng>, but as seen in TANU, I believe <g> is a better
choice. I don't realy like <q> for /N/... I can't get the notion of nasal.
-- Carlos Th