Re: Con/natlang phonologies
|From:||David Peterson <thatbluecat@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, March 6, 2004, 22:55|
Before you get a flood of Natlang phonologies, let me point you to this
Though it's not complete yet, their is to collect the phonology (among other
things) of every natural language that exists or existed. There are problems
with it, though. I keep trying to submit a .pdf of the Hawaiian phonology,
and it never works. Also, the page loads really slowly. Or...not at all,
as I've just tried to load it. Hmm... It did exist; I swear!
Here's another website:
It's got the basic "phonology" of all the languages it lists, and the
frequency of usage, but you get no phonological rules, or even any kind of phonetic
transcription (it appears to be in orthography or romanization). Still, it'll
give you a good idea of the phonologies of the languages listed.
I'm sure there other websites like these.