Re: Bantoid conlang - phonology
|From:||Adam Walker <carrajena@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 24, 2004, 2:39|
--- Herman Miller <hmiller@...> wrote:
> Adam Walker wrote:
> > Sf is a sound which occurs in Shona. It is a sort
> > simutaneous articulation of /f/ and a
> > sibilant articulated about halfway between my /s/
> > my /S/.
> > +AHw-tf+AHw- is a sort of affricate with the stop
> > being a lamino-labial stop and the fricative
> > being /T/.
> > The other two are the voiced counterparts of said.
> > Ideas on how to represent these sounds in IPA and
> > X-Sampa or whatever we're using now?
> The "lamino-labial" stop might be what's called
Oops. That is, indeed, what I meant. With a hous
full of hungry people urging me towards the kitchen .
. . Well, I shoulda been more careful.
> for this is [+AF8-N]
Unfortunately, my email couldnt handle any of the
characters you sent. In fact, after returning from
your emailer, even my own character | was mangled.
All I got was a lot of +AF8-N type stuff. Switiching
the encoding to unicode changed nothing.
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Indjindrud edjuebu ul Acaz ad ul Ezecias. Indjindrud edjuebu ul Ezecias ad ul
Manases. Indjindrud edjuebu ul Manases ad ul Amos. Indjindrud edjuebu ul Amos
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