Cthulhu wrote:any vowel plus -h velarizes the vowel or changes its height
áh-(æˠ) ah-(a) eh-(e)/(eˠ)/(ɛˠ) ih- (ɨ) oh-(ɔ)/(ɔˠ)/(oˠ) uh-(ʊ)/(ʉ)
Cthulhu wrote:Velarisation was misused, I guess. I meant to show that the vowel was accompanied by an unvoiced velar consonant. [æˠ] would perhaps be better portrayed as [æx]. In my opinion, it's not that significant of a part of the language to be agonized over. The -h was just meant to change the vowel to another vowel, there wasn't meant to be a particular pattern.
Cthulhu wrote:Phonemes and how they are written.
á-(æ) k-(k) u- (u)
a-(ɑ) l- (l), (ɬ) v- (v)
b- (b), (β) m-(m), (mʲ) y- (j)
d- (d) n- (n), (ɲ)
e- (ɛ) o- (o)
f- (f), (vʷ) p- (p), (b)
g- (g) r- (r)
h-(h), (hʷ) s- (s)
i- (i) t- (t), (tɕ)
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