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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 4:01 pm 
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/m n/ <m n>
/p p' t t' c c' k k' kw kw' ʔ/ <p b t đ ch zh k g qo go ħ>
/ts ts'/ <c z>
/t͡ɬ/ <cl>
/θ s ʃ x h ħ/ <ç s sh x h v>
/ʋ~w/ <w>
/ɾ r r:/ <d r r̄>
/l~ɬ j/ <l j>

/i y u/ <i u o>
/ɨ/ <ê>
/e ə/ <e y>
/a~ɑ/ <a>

or /j ə/ <y ê>, or /ə ɨ/ <ai ei>

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 3:10 pm 
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Both variants look quite appealing. I think I will choose a mix of those two romanizations. Thanks for the effort.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 3:18 pm 
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/m n/ <m n>
/p p' t t' c c' k k' kw kw' ʔ/ <p p̓ t t̓ c c̓ k k̓ kw kw̓ ʼ>
/ts ts'/ <ts ts̓>
/t͡ɬ/ <tl>
/θ s ʃ x h ħ/ <θ s ṡ x h ḥ>
/ʋ~w/ <w>
/ɾ r r:/ <ř r rr>
/l~ɬ j/ <l y>

/i y u/ <i ü u>
/ɨ/ <ô>
/e ə/ <e o>
/a~ɑ/ <a>

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 4:09 pm 
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opipik wrote:
/i y u/ <i ü u>


Umlauts aren't allowed, as stated in my post you referred to :) interesting variant, though.

Here's my (former) solution I personally find to be aesthetically pleasing while being a complete mess from an outside view. That's why I was looking for a better alternative.

/m n/ <m n>
/p p' t t' c c' k k' kw kw' ʔ/ <p p' t t' c c' k k' ku k'u '>
/ts ts'/ <ts/tz ts'/tz'>
/t͡ɬ/ <tl>
/θ s ʃ x h ħ/ <θ s x h ħ>
/ʋ~w/ <u/w>
/ɾ r r:/ <hr/rh/r r r/rr>
/l~ɬ j/ <l i/j>

/i y u/ <i iu/y u>
/ɨ/ <i/y>
/e ə/ <e e/a>
/a~ɑ/ <a>

Additionally, here's an example I just made up. The project hasn't progressed that much yet.

inna umm-el-arsete mitzi tekni
not you.2PL-want-go.2PL middle.LOC world.LOC
You don't want to go to the middle of the world.
/inna ʔum əl arsetə mɨtsi tekni/


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 5:27 pm 
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mezziah wrote:
I could need some help with Romanization of my currrent project. Nothing too fancy, but I want it to be aesthetically pleasing.

/m n/
/p p' t t' c c' k k' kw kw' ʔ/
/ts ts'/
/t͡ɬ/
/θ s ʃ x h ħ/
/ʋ~w/
/ɾ r r:/ (no typo, they are indeed contrastive)
/l~ɬ j/

/i y u/
/ɨ/
/e ə/
/a~ɑ/

Rules:
    - no umlauts
    - digraphs are encouraged, trigraphs prohibited
    - no <th> for /θ/
    - diacritis are encouraged in a certain degree, don't let them be too fancy
    - apostrophe for ejective would be fine, but other solutions are welcome too

Variant 1:
«m n»
«p p! t t! k k! k· k!· q q! ?»
«ts ts!»
«tł»
«ţ s x x· h h·»
«v~w»
«d r r:»
«l~ł y»

«i u u·»
«i·»
«e e·»
«a~a·»

/inna ʔum əl arsetə mɨtsi tekni/
«inna ?u·m e·l arsete· mi·tsi tekni»

Variant 2:
«m n»
«p p! t t! c c! k k! k° k!° q»
«ts ts!»
«tł»
«ţ s ç x h ħ»
«v~j°»
«d r r:»
«l~ł j»

«i i° y°»
«y»
«e u»
«a~o»

/inna ʔum əl arsetə mɨtsi tekni/
«inna qy°m ul arsetu mytsi tekni»

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:27 pm 
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Consonants

nasals: /m n/
voiced plosives: /b d dz dʑ g/
voiceless aspirated plosives: /pʰ tʰ tsʰ tɕʰ kʰ/
ejective/glottalized plosives: /tsʼ tɕʼ kʼ ʔ/
voiced fricatives: /z ʑ ɣ/
voiceless fricatives: /s ɕ x h/
liquids: /ɾ l/
semivowels: /j w/

Vowels

close: /i y u/
close-mid: /e o/
open-mid: /ɐ ɔ/
open: /æ ɑ/

Syllables are CV(C).

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 9:41 pm 
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<m n>
<b d dz dž g>
<p t ts tš k>
<ts' tš' k' '>
<z ž ġ>
<s š x h>
<r l>
<j v>

<i y u>
<e o>
<á ò>
<a å>

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 10:22 pm 
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Pamplonés (Pamplonese in English):
/p b t d t͡ʃ k ɡ/
/m n ɲ/
/r/
/ɾ/
/f s z ʃ x/
/w j/
/l ʎ/

/i u e o ɛ ɔ ä/

There are three major dialect groups: Spanish, Basque and Portuguese (in order of their population). In the Spanish and Portuguese, /j/ is /ʒ/. In Basque, it merges with /x/. /ʎ/ is also pronounced /ʒ/ in Spanish dialects, but not in Basque or Portuguese. Also, /x/ is silent for some speakers of Portuguese dialects. In southern dialects (Spanish and most Basque dialects), /b d ɡ/ become [β ð ɣ] in all places except after a pause, after a nasal consonant, or—in the case of /d/—after a lateral consonant. /ɛ ɔ/ only contrast with /e o/ in stressed syllables in the Portuguese dialects. In other dialects, there is no phonemic distinction between these sets at all.
Go here for the romanisation I used.
A text (currently without a phonetic transcription, imagine the speakers are speaking a Basque dialect)

agefaqeg-style:
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<p b t d ť k g>
<m n ṅ>
<r~r̀> (<r̀> only medially)
<r>
<f s z š kh>
<w ž>
<l lr>

<i u e o è ò a>
agefaqeg version of that text:
batida, una gizona abre lo ate.
khai, khwan, dize la gizona šoben, komo estas?
ben, ben, mas… por fabor, šoben seṅor, kin forkhu?
formi migel,
forkhu migel? mas kin migel?
mas forkhu no sabes? tuo kuzino, papai mio nikolas,
forkhu kuzino mio? eta nikolas, kin forkhe?
nikolas… mama sua rebeka,
rebeka tor̀es? forkhe realmente tia, eta entonses forkhu debe kuzino mio, ben dater,
rebeka tor̀es? es, abola mia rebeka gastia, lo sinto, khwan, la mèzon kor̀ekta es,
si, lo sinto, eta ademes, nome mio khwan es, formi antonio,

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 10:34 pm 
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I forgot, syllables are only CV(C) word-initially; otherwise syllables can be V(C) if the vowel is one of /ɐ ɑ/. Glottal stops only occur word-initially.

Here is the romanization I am thinking of:

<m n>
<b d dz dž g>
<p t ts tš k>
<ts' tš' k'>
<z ž ġ>
<s š x h>
<r l>
<y w>

<i ü u>
<e o>
<ə ò>
<a â>

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 10:39 pm 
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[non-sarcastic joke]
I got pretty close! :-D
Do I get a prize?
[/non-sarcastic joke]

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 26, 2017 12:52 am 
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as Pannonian:

nasals: /m n/ <m n>
voiced plosives: /b d dz dʑ g/ <b d dz dž g>
voiceless aspirated plosives: /pʰ tʰ tsʰ tɕʰ kʰ/ <p t c č k>
ejective/glottalized plosives: /tsʼ tɕʼ kʼ ʔ/ <cc čč kk ḍ>
voiced fricatives: /z ʑ ɣ/ <z ž gh>
voiceless fricatives: /s ɕ x h/ <s š ch h>
liquids: /ɾ l/ <r l>
semivowels: /j w/ <j w>

Vowels

close: /i y u/ <i ü u>
close-mid: /e o/ <e o>
open-mid: /ɐ ɔ/ <ë ů>
open: /æ ɑ/ <ä a>

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Jäctezë sůchtezë lähimlëdono lüjjëtorů.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 31, 2017 9:26 pm 
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Telamkal (see this post) now has a Cyrillic script. This is for the convenience of another person I'm working with (and the Latin was for my own). The actual peoples are illiterate:

Тэламкал
/p~b t~d k~ɡ/ <п б т д к г>
/m n/ <м н>
/s~z ʃ~ ʒ x/ <с з ш ж х>
/w/ <ԝ>
/l/ <л>
/i u e o ə ä~ɑ~ɒ ji ju je jo jä wi wə/ <і у э о ӗ а а́ а́ ї ю ё я ԝї ԝё>

I think this is my first ever agefaqeg-style cyrillisation of another language:
/p t k/ <п т к>
/m n/ <м н>
/s ʃ x/ <с ш кг>
/w j/ <у́ р>
/l/ <л>
/i u e o ə ä/ <и у е о е̌ ѐ>

Latin: Namakpulankamu pamveh.
Romanised agefaqeg-style: nèmèkpulènkèmu pèmweh.
Cyrillic: Нама́кпула́нкаму памԝэx.
Cyrillised agefaqeg-style: нѐмѐкпулѐнкѐму пѐму́екг.
Phonemic: /ˈnä.mäk.pu.län.kä.mu ˈpä.mwex ‖/
Phonetic: [ˈnä.mɑk.pu.lɑŋ.kä.mu ˈpʰä.mwex ‖]
English: Don't drink blood.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 12:18 pm 
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Tangbago (Banda-Ndélé)

/p b ᵐb t d ⁿd ʧ ʤ ⁿʤ k ɡ ᵑɡ kp ɡb ᵑᵐɡb ʔ/
/m n ɲ/
/f v ᶬv s z ⁿz ʃ ʒ h/
/ⱱ ɾ/
/w l j/

/i ɨ u e ə o a ɔ/

/á ā à â ǎ/

/àlɔ̀ má ᵑᵐɡbàᵑɡà də̀ àbá ə̀sə́ də̀ ə̀jīlàᵑɡú || jē zā jàbùɾù nə̀ ɡùtə̀ || ə̀ⁿʤē ʔíà fó | ə́ ná | ə́ ló || ə́ də́ ə̀ᵑᵐɡbɨ̀ɾɨ̀ də́ nə̄ || mə̄ ɡú lə́ ə̄ɡō ʃéjē bə̀rə̀ sə̀ || ə̀bə̀ | ɡù wǎmə̄ || ʔǎ wù sə̀ nə̄ || bə̀ᵑɡá nə̀ sə́mə̀ ɡú | ə́ zá āᵑɡā | ə́ sə́ lə́ nə̀ ᵐbə́dé | sə̀ ɡú | ə̀ vó ᵐbə́dé sə́mə̀ | ə́ zá ə̀ nə́ jē | ə́ zá ə̀ nə́ bə̀ᵑɡá nə̀ sə́mə̀ fɨ̄ sə̀ || bə̀ zá kɨ̄ndɨ̄ tɨ̄ bə̀rə̀ jōkɔ̀ || ə̀ nə̄ sə́ ⁿdə́ mə̄ ᵑɡɔ́lɔ̀ ké/

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 3:04 pm 
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/p b ᵐb t d ⁿd ʧ ʤ ⁿʤ k ɡ ᵑɡ kp ɡb ᵑᵐɡb ʔ/ <p b mb t d nd c j nj k g ng kp gb ngb '>
/m n ɲ/ <m n ny>
/f v ᶬv s z ⁿz ʃ ʒ h/ <f v nv s z nz sh zh h>
/ⱱ ɾ/ <vw r>
/w l j/ <w l y>

/i ɨ u e ə o a ɔ/ <i ʉ u ɛ e o a ɔ>

/á ā à â ǎ/ <á a a aa aa>

/àlɔ̀ má ᵑᵐɡbàᵑɡà də̀ àbá ə̀sə́ də̀ ə̀jīlàᵑɡú || jē zā jàbùɾù nə̀ ɡùtə̀ || ə̀ⁿʤē ʔíà fó | ə́ ná | ə́ ló || ə́ də́ ə̀ᵑᵐɡbɨ̀ɾɨ̀ də́ nə̄ || mə̄ ɡú lə́ ə̄ɡō ʃéjē bə̀rə̀ sə̀ || ə̀bə̀ | ɡù wǎmə̄ || ʔǎ wù sə̀ nə̄ || bə̀ᵑɡá nə̀ sə́mə̀ ɡú | ə́ zá āᵑɡā | ə́ sə́ lə́ nə̀ ᵐbə́dé | sə̀ ɡú | ə̀ vó ᵐbə́dé sə́mə̀ | ə́ zá ə̀ nə́ jē | ə́ zá ə̀ nə́ bə̀ᵑɡá nə̀ sə́mə̀ fɨ̄ sə̀ || bə̀ zá kɨ̄ndɨ̄ tɨ̄ bə̀rə̀ jōkɔ̀ || ə̀ nə̄ sə́ ⁿdə́ mə̄ ᵑɡɔ́lɔ̀ ké/

Alɔ má ngbanga de abá esé de eyilangú. Ye za yaburu ne gute. Enjɛ 'iaa fó, é ná, é ló. É dé engbʉrʉ dé ne. Me gú lé ego shɛ́yɛ bere se. Ebe, gu waame. 'Aa wu se ne. Bengá ne séme gú, é zá anga, é sé lé ne mbédɛ́, se gú, e vó mbédɛ́ séme, é zá e né yɛ, é zá e né bengá ne séme fʉ se. Be zá kʉndʉ tʉ bere yokɔ. E ne sé ndé me ngɔ́lɔ kɛ́.

or tone is written only when it changes and like /á ā à â ǎ/ <á ā à áà~aà àá~aá>

Àlɔ má ngbànga de abá èsé dè eyīlàngú. Yē za yàburu ne gute. Enjɛ̄ 'íà fó, e na, e lo. E de èngbʉrʉ dé nē. Me gú le ēgo shɛ́yɛ̄ bère se. Ebe, gu waámē. 'Àá wù se nē. Bèngá nè sémè gú, e za ānga, é se le nè mbédɛ, sè gú, è vó mbédɛ semè, é za è né yɛ̄, é za è né bèngá nè sémè fʉ̄ sè. Be zá kʉ̄ndʉ tʉ bère yōkɔ̀. E nē sé nde mē ngɔ́lɔ̀ kɛ́.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 5:54 am 
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Another language of my as of yet-unnamed family that is more of a really big dialect continuum:

/p t tʃ k ʔ/
/s~ʃ x h/
/w~m ɾ~n j~ɲ ɰ~ŋ/

/i ε a u/
/i: ε: a: u:/
/ĩ ε̃ ã ũ/
/ĩ: ε̃: ã: ũ:/

Plosives are usually voiceless and unaspirated, though intevocalically before a long vowel and especially between two long vowels they can be weakly to moderately voiced. /s/ palatalises to /ʃ/ in any consonant cluster, before /i/ and word-finally, it is also usually partially voiced intevocalically unless palatalised. Maximum allowed syllable structure is (C)V(C), with plosives not being in codas outside of loanwords. Nasal consonants exist only as allophones of sonorants before nasal vowels, and nasality doesn't spread.

Sample text:
/i:wãɾε̃ɰεjsa: i:wãɾε̃ɰεjsa: wε̃ɾĩ: ɾĩsεɾεi wi: jã:wεɾu:siɾεhatawitεpa: ɰa:xatʃε̃jε̃siɾε̃ xatu wikε̃:ʔa/
[i:mãnε̃ɰεjʃa: i:mãnε̃ɰεjʃa: mε̃nĩ: nĩz̥εɾεi mi: ɲã:wεɾu:z̥iɾεhatawitεb̥a: ɰa:xatʃε̃ɲε̃z̥iɾε̃ xatu wig̐ε̃:ʔa]


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 25, 2017 5:06 pm 
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A new sketch (let's call it Weekendlang):

/m n ɲ ŋ/
/b d dz~z ɡ/
/(p) t ts k/
/v s h/
/w j/


The only permitted consonant clusters are wC, jC and NC (not necessarily homo-organic — there is no POA assimilation!).
The opposition between /ns/ and /nts/ is neutralized. Also, /p/ occurs only in Np clusters (forming a complementary distribution with /h/).

/iː uː/
/ɪɛ ɨə/
/eː oː/
/ɜ ə ʌ/
/aː ɑ/


Short vowels (/ɪɛ ɨə ɜ ə ʌ ɑ/) occur only in short syllables. (In stressed words, there's at least one long vowel — the last one takes the primary stress.)
/ə/ occurs only word-finally or in triphthongs /a:jə aːwə/.
Also, /ɪɛ ɨə ɜ ʌ ɑ/ tend to co-occur/alternate with /aː iː eː uː oː/ respectively. (But that should not necessarily be reflected in the orthography.)

(I'd ask about the main inspiration, but it'd be too easy.)

Sample text:
/ɑwkoːhʌmbʌ ɲiːɲmə hɑwuːŋ || ɲiːɲtə ʌnduːhɜn || weːs ɜŋgɜnuːtɨə siːŋtɨə ɑmboːŋgɑt || viː ɜndeːndoːm tsiːŋ boːw koːhɑhɑw kaːn || muːŋ muːbɨəm ɲiːh haːŋ hiːŋmə || viː ɪɛndaːnmə teːmŋə/

The relative occurrence frequencies are roughly as follows:
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 26, 2017 3:59 pm 
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<m n ny ng>
<b d z g>
<f t c k>
<v s f>
<w y>
<î û>
<a i>
<ê ô>
<e ü u>
<â o>
/a:jə a:wə/ <aë aö>
length is unwritten in monosyllables or disyllabic words with -ü

/ɑwkoːhʌmbʌ ɲiːɲmə hɑwuːŋ || ɲiːɲtə ʌnduːhɜn || weːs ɜŋgɜnuːtɨə siːŋtɨə ɑmboːŋgɑt || viː ɜndeːndoːm tsiːŋ boːw koːhɑhɑw kaːn || muːŋ muːbɨəm ɲiːh haːŋ hiːŋmə || viː ɪɛndaːnmə teːmŋə/
Owkôhumbu nyinymü howûng. Nyinytü undûfen. Wes enggenûti sîngti ombônggot. Vi endêndôm cing bow kôfofow kan. Mung mûbim nyif fang fingmü. Vi andânmü temngü.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 27, 2017 10:44 am 
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Thank you. It's ugly, ambiguous and non-intuitive, but thank you nevertheless.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 27, 2017 10:14 pm 
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Wiikenzaaŋ

<m n ñ ŋ>
<b d z g>
<p t ts k>
<v s h>
<w j>

<ii uu>
<a i>
<ee oo>
<e ĕ u>
<aa o>

Owkoohumbu ñiiñmĕ howuuŋ. Ñiiñtĕ unduuhen. Wees eŋgenuuti siiŋti ombooŋgot. Vii endeendoom tsiiŋ boow koohohow kaan. Muuŋ muubim ñiih haaŋ hiiŋmĕ. Vii andaanmĕ teemŋĕ.

alternative for the vowels:

Wikènzaŋ

<i u>
<iè ie>
<é ó>
<è e o>
<a ò>

Òukóhombo ñiñme hòwuŋ. Ñiñte onduhèn. wés èŋgènutie siŋtie òmbóŋgòt. Vi èndéndóm tsiŋ bóu kóhòhòu kan. Muŋ mubiem ñih haŋ hiŋme. Vi ièndanme témŋe.

agefaqeg-style:

Wiikèndzaaŋ

<m n ň ŋ>
<b d dz g>
<h t ts k>
<v s h>
<w r>

<ii uu>
<ìè  ɨê>
<ee oo>
<è ê ɇ>
<aa ò>

òukoohɇmbɇ ñiiñmê hòwuuŋ, ñiiñtê ɇnduuhèn, wees èŋgènuutɨê siiŋtɨê òmbooŋgòt, vii èndeendoom tsiiŋ boou koohòhòu kaan, muuŋ muubɨêm ñiih haaŋ hiiŋmê, vii ìèndaanmê teemŋê,

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 3:27 am 
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And now for something completely different: another screwed-up descendant of English, but this time it's British!

p pʰ~f t̪ʰ~θ t̪ tʰ~t͡s t kʰ~x k ʔ
s ɕ ʂ
t͡ɕʰ~ɕ t͡ɕ
m n̪~ð̃ n ŋ
l̪ l̠ r
ʋ w j

Aspirated consonants may be lenited intervocalically; the relative frequencies of this process for each consonant may be arranged into a scale from the most to the least frequently lenited: /t̪ʰ/>/tʰ/>/t͡ɕʰ/>/kʰ/>/pʰ/. Standard news anchor pronunciation involves leniting only the coronal aspirates.

Sonorants and aspirated plosives are restricted to onsets.

Consonant clusters are less frequent and convoluted than the ones in modern RP English, but are still prevalent.

i y e ø ɛ a ɔ ɤ o ɯ u

All vowels can be long with no change in quality. Long vowels are only ever found in closed syllables.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:31 am 
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mèþru wrote:
agefaqeg-style:

Wiikèndzaaŋ

<m n ň ŋ>
<b d dz g>
<h t ts k>
<v s h>
<w r>

<ii uu>
<ìè  ɨê>
<ee oo>
<è ê ɇ>
<aa ò>

òukoohɇmbɇ ñiiñmê hòwuuŋ, ñiiñtê ɇnduuhèn, wees èŋgènuutɨê siiŋtɨê òmbooŋgòt, vii èndeendoom tsiiŋ boou koohòhòu kaan, muuŋ muubɨêm ñiih haaŋ hiiŋmê, vii ìèndaanmê teemŋê,

Thank you, Methru! One can always count on the power of the stroked E!

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:38 am 
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ror̀ wèlkùm, þê pol,

agefaqeg style is more shameless advertising for my own threads than because of practicality.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:01 am 
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Orja:

/m n/
/p t k q/
/f s x χ/
/v d g ɢ/
/l r/
/j ɥ w/

/i y (ɯ) u/
/e ø ɤ o/
/æ ɑ/
And numerous diphthongs made from these vowels

Syllables are (C)V(C). Glides cannot end a syllable, /d g ɢ/ cannot begin a word, and only /m n p t k q s l r/ can end a word. Of the diphthongs, most can only occur in open syllables.
[ɯ] only occurs immediately adjacent to uvular consonants. Front vowels do not occur in this environment. Thus, [ɯ] can be treated as an allophone of /i/, but only if underlying front vowels adjacent to uvulars are posited.
/d g ɢ/ are realized as stops when geminated, after nasal, and after /v s/; elsewhere they are realized as fricatives [ð ɣ ʁ].
/t s d/ palatalize to [tʃ ʃ ʒ] before /i y j ɥ/; [dʒ] occurs in the same environments as voiced stop phones.
Non-open vowels become lax (more open and more centralized) in syllables ending in obstruents and /r/. All vowels become nasal but remain tense before nasal consonants.
All non-nasal consonants (including the liquids) assimilate in voicing to a following non-glide consonant. Voiceless stops and non-sibilant fricatives merge into their voiced obstruent counterparts when voiced while /s/ simply voices to [z].

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:38 pm 
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/p pʰ b t tʰ d ʧ ʧʰ ʤ k kʰ ʔ/
/m n ɲ ŋ/
/r/
/f s h/
/w l j/

/i ɨ u ɛ ʌ o ɔ a ɒ/
/iː ɨː uː eː ɛː əː ʌː oː ɔː aː ɒː/
/i̤ ɨ̤ ṳ ɛ̤ ʌ̤ o̤ a̤ ɒ̤/
/i̤ː ɨ̤ː ṳː e̤ː ɛ̤ː ə̤ː ʌ̤ː o̤ː ɔ̤ː a̤ː ɒ̤ː/
/ia i̤a̤ ua ṳa̤/

/kʌːt ɲʨɒːʔ mṳːj na̤ːw buaj ʨaː ʔakaː kuː paː li̤a̤ʨ-sɛː || mṳːj taŋaj na̤ːw bɨːn ʨaː ʔakaː pɨ̤ːt pɨ̤ːt || na̤ːw bɨːn hɒːʔ ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː || ka̤j puʔ diŋ ʨiŋ wṳa̤ naʔ ni̤a̤ || ʨiŋ ʨaː nɒː tʌ̤ːn kɔː puʔ bɨːn pʰrɔː ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː ki̤a̤m kuː lɨ̤ŋ plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ || mṳːj taŋaj na̤ːw siː pə̤ːʔ ʨɛːm hɒːtdiaw buaj ʨaː klɒː kuː || na̤ːw ʨiŋ ʨiː buaj ʨɛːm hɒːtdiaw ʔɒːn ʔɛː ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː lɒ̤h luː plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ na̤ːw || naː̤w waː̤w paːj na̤ːw ʨiŋ ʨaːŋ || ʨɛːm hɒːtdiaw siː pə̤ːʔ naʔ ka̤j kɔː ʥɔʔʥial || na̤ːw ʨiŋ ʔɛː kabaːh ɲa̤t səː plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ kʰɒŋ ɲʨɒːʔ ka̤j || nɛ̤ː na̤ːw ʨiŋ ŋkɛːm ʔɛː ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː lɒ̤h luː plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ ɲʨɒːʔ ||/

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:17 pm 
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/p pʰ b t tʰ d ʧ ʧʰ ʤ k kʰ ʔ/ <p ph b t th d ch c-h dy k kh ʼ>
/m n ɲ ŋ/ <m n nh ng>
/r/ <r>
/f s h/ <f s h>
/w l j/ <v~u l gi~i>

/i ɨ u ɛ ʌ o ɔ a ɒ/ <i ư u e ơ ô o a ó>
/iː ɨː uː eː ɛː əː ʌː oː ɔː aː ɒː/ <ii ưư uu êê ee ơơ ââ ôô oo aa óó>
/i̤ ɨ̤ ṳ ɛ̤ ʌ̤ o̤ a̤ ɒ̤/ <ì ừ ù è ờ ò à ă>
/i̤ː ɨ̤ː ṳː e̤ː ɛ̤ː ə̤ː ʌ̤ː o̤ː ɔ̤ː a̤ː ɒ̤ː/ <ìì ừừ ùù ềề èè ờờ ầầ ồồ òò àà ăă>
/ia i̤a̤ ua ṳa̤/ <ia ìa ua ùa>

/kʌːt ɲʨɒːʔ mṳːj na̤ːw buaj ʨaː ʔakaː kuː paː li̤a̤ʨ-sɛː || mṳːj taŋaj na̤ːw bɨːn ʨaː ʔakaː pɨ̤ːt pɨ̤ːt || na̤ːw bɨːn hɒːʔ ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː || ka̤j puʔ diŋ ʨiŋ wṳa̤ naʔ ni̤a̤ || ʨiŋ ʨaː nɒː tʌ̤ːn kɔː puʔ bɨːn pʰrɔː ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː ki̤a̤m kuː lɨ̤ŋ plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ || mṳːj taŋaj na̤ːw siː pə̤ːʔ ʨɛːm hɒːtdiaw buaj ʨaː klɒː kuː || na̤ːw ʨiŋ ʨiː buaj ʨɛːm hɒːtdiaw ʔɒːn ʔɛː ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː lɒ̤h luː plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ na̤ːw || naː̤w waː̤w paːj na̤ːw ʨiŋ ʨaːŋ || ʨɛːm hɒːtdiaw siː pə̤ːʔ naʔ ka̤j kɔː ʥɔʔʥial || na̤ːw ʨiŋ ʔɛː kabaːh ɲa̤t səː plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ kʰɒŋ ɲʨɒːʔ ka̤j || nɛ̤ː na̤ːw ʨiŋ ŋkɛːm ʔɛː ŋhaːŋ ʔakaː lɒ̤h luː plɒ̤ŋ kɒːʔ ɲʨɒːʔ ||/

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