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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby rickardspaghetti » Fri 04 Sep 2009 8:41 pm

[θ:] becomes [h̪͆:]. Yes, that's a bidental fricative. Extremely rare and one of my favourite sounds.
I'm glad I could cram it in here somewhere and doing so with [θ:] seemed plausible.
Go bidental fricative! :D

[ˌkwǿ́ˈkwǿ́h̪͆:]
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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby Kietl » Fri 04 Sep 2009 10:21 pm

You know, if you look at [h̪͆] where it appears in natural languages, you'll see that usually it's a dialectal variation on [x] or [h], rather than [θ]. This makes sense, since neither of those phonemes are apical (and neither is [h̪͆]), while [θ] definitely is.

In view of this:

[h̪͆:] weakens to [h] in final position!

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby rickardspaghetti » Fri 04 Sep 2009 10:27 pm

Kietl wrote:You know, if you look at [h̪͆] where it appears in natural languages, you'll see that usually it's a dialectal variation on [x] or [h], rather than [θ]. This makes sense, since neither of those phonemes are apical (and neither is [h̪͆]), while [θ] definitely is.

Well, I figured that both are dental so... yeah.

[h̪͆:] weakens to [h] in final position!

[ˌkwǿ́ˈkwǿ́h]

I've always had problems pronouncing h word finally. Therefore: h lengthens preceding vowel!
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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby Talib » Fri 04 Sep 2009 10:39 pm

/w/ disappears, leaving labialization on consonants.

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby linguoboy » Fri 04 Sep 2009 10:55 pm

Labial dissimilation again:

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby Talib » Fri 04 Sep 2009 11:36 pm

And apparently vowel lowering?

[ˌkʷɛˈkʷɛː]

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby dtp883 » Sat 05 Sep 2009 2:50 am

[ɛ] raised to [e].

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby Kietl » Sat 05 Sep 2009 2:52 am

Vowel reduction to schwa in unstressed syllables.

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby linguoboy » Sat 05 Sep 2009 2:53 am

Spirantisation in intervocalic position:

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby Kietl » Sat 05 Sep 2009 2:55 am

Loss of labialization in unstressed syllables.

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