Dh: what is it?
|From:||Christopher Wright <faceloran@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, December 5, 2001, 18:46|
>Skt bh, dh, gh represent most nearly b, d, g with a
>following h (really a kind of breathiness throughout the syllable).
As I just found out this morning, looking at a Hindi grammar / phonology
site (I'm making a Hindi version of Latin, sort of... like Romance Hindi,
but backwards). Hindi and Sanskrit (and Urdu) are similar....
Anywho, that would be D<super>h</super>, or (if you can't view HTML) D
super-h. I was confused because I'm stupid and I've seen precedents for dh
as a digraph.
Lai piluni gerno, sur esam mete.
If flowers glow, everything will soon be good.
(Lai, if) (pilun, flower) (gernei, to shine, -o, 3rd pl present) (sur all,
every, everything, etc.) (esei to be, -am 3rd sing near future) (mete good)