Re: Sst Phonology
|From:||Yoon Ha Lee <yl112@...>|
|Date:||Friday, April 27, 2001, 12:45|
Sorry for late response--very busy lately.
On Thu, 26 Apr 2001, Shreyas Sampat wrote:
> I thought that with all this auxlanging about, I'd post the phonology of
> this language I've been working on. It's fairly exotic and non-auxlangy.
> It was originally just an exercise in exoticism, but perhaps i'll make it
> into a magical language, since those are being discussed.
Exotic is fun. :-)
> p t t` k
> f s S x
> m n n` N
> Nasals are by default voiceless. R is a trill.
> Orthographically, p, f, m, t, s, n, r, tt, ss, nn, k, h, j.
> If a consonant becomes voiced, it's written like so: b, v, ym, d, s, yn, rr,
> dd, zz, ynn, g, yh, yj.
Trigraphs...<wry g> Probably a good thing the syllable structure is
fairly restricted or you'd have traffic jams. =^)
Interesting stuff, though I probably couldn't pronounce it effectively.
But hey, it's something to aspire to.