Sound changing game.

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby dtp883 » Sat 05 Sep 2009 3:56 am

Raising of [e] to [i]

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby linguoboy » Sat 05 Sep 2009 4:45 am

Shift of labialised velars to labiodentals (with labial offglide retained before front vowels):

[ˌkəˈfʷiː]
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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby kaenif » Sat 05 Sep 2009 6:39 am

Nasalization of long vowels. (Is it okay to do this?)

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby linguoboy » Sat 05 Sep 2009 3:30 pm

kaenif wrote:Nasalization of long vowels. (Is it okay to do this?)

Eh, doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but it's not the most implausible sound change we've had here so far. Besides, I dislike it when features are simply lost without a trace, so I'm more than happy to have nasalisation back here.

/ŋ/ ephenthesis after nasal vowels in hiatus:

[ˌkəˈfʷĩːŋ]
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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby rickardspaghetti » Sat 05 Sep 2009 10:41 pm

[ˌkəˈfʷĩːŋk]
word final nasals become prenasalized voiceless plosives.
そうだ。死んでいる人も勃起することが出来る。
俺はその証だ。

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby Kietl » Sun 06 Sep 2009 4:53 am

Initial [k] becomes [p].

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby ILuvEire » Sun 06 Sep 2009 5:01 am

Elision of unstressed schwas

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby Kietl » Sun 06 Sep 2009 6:09 am

[f] differentiates to [z] (retaining labial offglide).

[ˈpzʷĩːŋk]
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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby dtp883 » Sun 06 Sep 2009 7:02 am

Not sure this is a likely change so ignore it if it's not.

Syllable initial [p]s assimilates into fricatives when no vowel is present.

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Re: Sound changing game.

Postby linguoboy » Sun 06 Sep 2009 4:09 pm

Kietl wrote:Initial [k] becomes [p].

Again, I feel I must point out: This isn't a letter-substitution game, it's sound change game. How likely is an unconditioned change of initial /k/ to /p/ in a language? (Yes, they're both voiceless plosives, but produced at opposite sides of the mouth.) If we're going to throw all phonetic plausibility out the window, then the game becomes essentially mechanical and mindless.

Diphthongisation:

[ˈzʷẽĩŋk]
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