|From:||Jan van Steenbergen <ijzeren_jan@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, February 25, 2003, 13:21|
--- vaksje skrzypszy:
> Peter Clark wrote, 2003.02.24 16:09'jä:
> > From what I can make of it, Kyrgyz has the following vowels:
> >i y 1 u
> > e 2 o
> > E
> > &
> > a
That reminds me a lot of Vozgian, my North Slavic conlang that I am currently
i y I u
> Not sure about /o/ though. I found out the vowel I'm so desperately needing
> sounds somewhat like the |o| sound in the Dutch word "lopen" opposed to the
> one in "kooi". Thought this was /o/, but can anyone correct me?
IMO /o/ in "kooi" and in "lopen" are basically the same vowel.
They might be pronounced somewhat differently in certain non-standard
ideolects, for example: [kO:j] vs. [lov\p@].
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