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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 5:37 pm 
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Seed 1536240230 has 89 consonants because . . . why not?

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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
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Generated by Gleb version 0.3.1a / 5.0a with seed 2098048655. No nasals or approximants.

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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
PostPosted: Mon Apr 20, 2015 3:32 pm 
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Seed 1707785759:

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Oddly enough the "Some words" section was seemingly unaffected. (Ignore the ">>" button; that's from an extension.)

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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
PostPosted: Thu Apr 23, 2015 4:25 pm 
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Seed 1266739347: A pretty bland consonant inventory, although it does have /ɴ/, and seven vowels, all of which can be nasalized, but /aˤ ãˤ/ are obligatorily pharyngealized. As for the syllable structure:

(C1)(C2)(C3)(C4)(C5)V(C6)(C7)

C1: a consonant
C2: a consonant other than a stop (/p t k q/) or /ɴ/
C3: a consonant
C4: a consonant other than a stop (/p t k q/) or /ɴ/
C5: a consonant
V: a vowel
C6: a consonant
C7: a consonant

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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:01 pm 
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Pogostick Man wrote:
As for the syllable structure:

(C1)(C2)(C3)(C4)(C5)V(C6)(C7)

C1: a consonant
C2: a consonant other than a stop (/p t k q/) or /ɴ/
C3: a consonant
C4: a consonant other than a stop (/p t k q/) or /ɴ/
C5: a consonant
V: a vowel
C6: a consonant
C7: a consonant
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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2015 2:59 pm 
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Seed 2442424442: A vowel inventory of /u uː ʊ oː ɔː ɒː ʉ ʉː ʊ̈ aː ɛː œː eː øː ɪ ʏ i iː y yː/. Only the high and near-high vowels have short vowels, and the near-high vowels have no long counterpart.

Seed 1235426178625: A consonant inventory of /n t d k g r ɾ j/.

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Seed 1939907510 (n the online version at least):

Fairly small but boring consonant inventory with 11 consonants, but an insane, dare I say stupid, vowel system:

i u a ã ɟ̩ g̩

Yes, those are syllabic voiced stops.

Some example words:

/ajijuj/ [ɛjijij]
/jlikwaw/ [jlikʷwaw]
/jilg̩ga/ [jilg̩ga]
/jg̩jij/ [jg̩jij]
And my personal favorite: /jɟ̩jji/ [jɟ̩jji].

Only 4 words lacked /j/.

I'm guessing the seeds give different results between versions. I ran this seed using the current version of the command-line gleb and got something else, noteworthy for the fact that /h/ became a voiceless uvular trill word-initially.

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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2015 3:49 pm 
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Seed 2072122099 has /æ ä u/ as the vowels, otherwise it is an average inventory.

Here, have it's phonology for those interested:

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/b t d ʧ ʤ k ɡ/
/m n ɲ/
/s ʃ/
/ɾ j w/

/æ ä u/

(C1)V(C2)

Palatoalveolar affricates [t͡ʃ d͡ʒ] persistently become non-affricate non-coronal palatal [c ɟ] before a palatal nasal.
[ɟ] become [j]; [c] become [t͡ɕ].
Alveopalatal affricates [t͡ɕ] persistently become non-affricate non-coronal palatal [c] before a palatal stop or nasal.
Front consonants other than [j], i.e. [ɲ c ɟ t͡ɕ], become velar [ŋ k g t͡ʃ] before a non-low back vowel or a high velar semivowel. [t͡ɕ] become [t͡ʃ].
[æ] become [a] after a velar semivowel.
Non-sibilant coronal alveolar nasals [n] persistently become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent or nasal.
[w æ a] assimilate in frontness or palatalisation to a following semivowel. Before [j], [w] become [j].
Vowels [u a æ] persistently become nasal [ũ ã æ̃] before a nasal.
Non-glottal stop non-glottal fricative obstruents [b ɟ d͡ʒ ...] persistently assimilate in voice to a preceding obstruent. After a voiceless obstruent, [b] are deleted. After a voiced stop, obstruents other than stops become resonants; [ʃ] become [j]; [t͡ɕ] become [j].
Non-bilabial consonants other than semivowels [n t t͡ʃ ...] become rounded [nʷ tʷ t͡ʃʷ ...] before a high rounded vowel or semivowel. Non-coronal palatal stops or nasals become velar.
Coronal stops [t dʷ t͡ʃʷ ...] become non-affricate and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent. Before one of [t͡ʃʷ d͡ʒʷ ʃʷ], voiced stops become unrounded non-coronal front semivowels. Before one of [t͡ʃ d͡ʒ ʃ], voiced stops become non-coronal front semivowels. Before [b], voiceless stops are deleted. Before a laminal obstruent sibilant, [t tʷ t͡ʃ t͡ɕ t͡ɕʷ] become affricates and assimilate in palatalisation and rounding; [t tʷ] become sibilants and assimilate in palatalisation and rounding. Before [t͡ɕʷ], voiced stops become unrounded non-coronal semivowels. Before an apical obstruent, laminal affricates become taps and assimilate in rounding. Before [t͡ɕ], voiced stops become non-coronal semivowels.
Coronal consonants [n tʷ s ...] assimilate in laminality to a following coronal consonant.
Before a bilabial stop or nasal or word-finally, [n̻ nʷ̻ ṉ̺ ṉ̺ʷ ṉ̺ʲ ṉ̺ʲʷ t̻ d̻ tʷ̻ dʷ̻ t͡ʃ̺ d͡ʒ̺ t͡ʃ̺ʷ d͡ʒ̺ʷ t͡ɕ̺ t͡ɕ̺ʷ s̻ sʷ̻ ʃ̺ ʃ̺ʷ] become [n nʷ ṉ ṉʷ ṉʲ ṉʲʷ t d tʷ dʷ t͡ʃ d͡ʒ t͡ʃʷ d͡ʒʷ t͡ɕ t͡ɕʷ s sʷ ʃ ʃʷ].
Non-sibilant coronal alveolar stops [t̻ tʷ̻ d ...] become non-sibilant coronal [ɾ̻̥ ɾʷ̻̥ ɾ ...] before a non-nasal coronal fricative.
Non-nasal consonants [b t͡ʃ sʷ ...] persistently assimilate in voice to a following obstruent. Before a voiceless obstruent, [b] are deleted. Before a voiced stop, fricatives become resonants; palatoalveolar fricatives become non-coronal palatal semivowels; alveopalatal affricate sibilants become non-coronal semivowels; [t͡ɕʷ t͡ɕ̺ʷ ʃʷ ʃ̺ʷ] become [j j j j].
Coronal consonants other than alveopalatal laminal stops or nasals [n̻ t sʷ̻ ...] persistently assimilate in anteriority and retroflexion to a following coronal obstruent or nasal. Before an alveolar obstruent or nasal, alveopalatal stops or nasals become palatoalveolar; alveopalatal stops or nasals become laminal. Before a palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, taps become non-coronal palatal semivowels; [dʷ̻ dʷ ɾʷ̻̥ ɾʷ̻ ɾʷ̥ ɾʷ] become [j j j̥ j j̥ j]; non-sibilant coronal voiceless stops become affricate sibilants; non-sibilant coronal voiced stops become non-coronal palatal semivowels.
Palatal stops or nasals [ɲ c ɟ] become alveopalatal [ṉʲ t͡ɕ j] before a palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal. [c] become [t͡ɕ]; [ɟ] become [j].
Non-pharyngeal consonants other than semivowels or [ɲ ŋʷ c ɟ kʷ gʷ], i.e. [m d d͡ʒ̺ ...], persistently assimilate in palatalisation to a following consonant. Before a front consonant, alveolar obstruents or nasals other than non-sibilant coronal voiced stops become alveopalatal; alveolar apical obstruents or nasals other than [d dʷ] become laminal; taps become non-coronal semivowels; rounded taps become unrounded; [d̻ d d͡ʒ d͡ʒ̺] become [j j j j]; [dʷ̻ dʷ d͡ʒʷ d͡ʒ̺ʷ] become [j j j j]; non-sibilant coronal voiceless stops become affricate sibilants.


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/n͡m ɳ͡m m mʲ n ɳ ɲ/
/t͡p d͡b ɗ͡ɓ̰ ʈ͡p ɖ͡b ɗ͡ɓ̢̰ /
/p b ɓ̰ t tʼ d ɗ̰ tʷ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z ʈ ʈʼ ɖ ɗ̢̰ ʈʷ t͡ʃ t͡ʃʼ d͡ʒ k kʼ g/
/s͡f z͡v ʃ͡f ʒ͡v θ̺ ð̺ s z ʂ ʐ ʃ ʒ h/
/r rʷ ɽ/
/l lʷ ɭ ɭʷ j w/

/i iː u uː o oː e eː a aː/


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Voiceless stops [t͡p tʷ kʼ ...] assimilate in glottalisation to a following non-nasal consonant other than resonant.
Short non-glottalised non-glottal fricative voiceless fricatives [s͡f θ̺ ʂ ...] become voiced [z͡v ð̺ ʐ ...] between a voiced phone and a voiced phone.
Non-retroflex coronal consonants [n͡m ɗ͡ɓ̰ ʒ͡v ...] persistently become retroflex [ɳ͡m ɗ͡ɓ̢̰ ʐ͡v̻ ...] after a retroflex consonant. [θ̺ ð̺] become [ʂ ʐ]; trills become taps.
Labial obstruents or nasals [n͡m ʈ͡pʼ s͡f ...] persistently assimilate in labiodentality to a following labial obstruent or nasal.
Back vowels [u uː o oː] become central [ʉ ʉː ɵ ɵː] after a front consonant.
Front vowels and semivowels [j i e ...] become central [∅ ɨ ɘ ...] after a velar semivowel. [j] are deleted.
Voiceless stops [t͡p p̪ k ...] persistently assimilate in glottalisation to a preceding non-nasal consonant other than resonant.
Stops [t͡p b̪ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪ ...] persistently become aspirated [t͡pʰ pʰ̪ ʈ͡pʰ̪ ...] before a glottal fricative. Glottalised stops become non-glottalised; voiced stops become voiceless; implosives become non-implosive.
Non-retroflex coronal consonants [n͡m tʰʷ ʃ͡ɸ ...] become retroflex [ɳ͡m ʈʰʷ ʂ͡ɸ̻ ...] before a retroflex consonant. [θ̺ ð̺] become [ʂ ʐ]; trills become taps.
Coronal consonants [n͡m ʈ ʐ͡β̻ ...] persistently assimilate in anteriority and retroflexion to a following obstruent other than non-affricate stop or nasal. Before a postalveolar obstruent sibilant, [θ̺ ð̺] become sibilants and assimilate in retroflexion. Before a retroflex obstruent sibilant, trills become taps. Before a palatoalveolar laminal obstruent, [n͡m n͡ɱ n t͡pʰ t͡p t͡pʼ d͡b ʈ͡pʰ ʈ͡p ʈ͡pʼ ɖ͡b t͡pʰ̪ t͡p̪ t͡p̪ʼ d͡b̪ ʈ͡pʰ̪ ʈ͡p̪ ʈ͡p̪ʼ ɖ͡b̪ tʰ t tʼ d tʰʷ tʷ tʼʷ ʈʰ ʈ ʈʼ ɖ ʈʰʷ ʈʷ ʈʼʷ ɗ͡ɓ̰ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰ ɗ͡ɓ̰̪ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪ ɗ̰ ɗ̢̰ t͡sʰ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z s͡ɸ z͡β s͡f z͡v θ̺ ð̺ s z] become [ɳ͡m ɳ͡ɱ ɳ ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ ʈ͡ʂʷ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ ʈ͡ʂʷ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽ ɽ ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʂ͡ɸ ʐ͡β ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ ʐ ʂ ʐ]; approximant laterals are deleted; [ɽ ɽʷ] become [ɾ ɾʷ].
Coronal consonants [n͡m ʈʼʷ ʂ͡ɸ ...] persistently assimilate in anteriority and retroflexion to a following fricative. Before a postalveolar fricative, [θ̺ ð̺] become sibilants and assimilate in retroflexion. Before a retroflex fricative, trills become taps. Before a palatoalveolar laminal obstruent other than a stop, [n͡m n͡ɱ n t͡pʰ t͡p t͡pʼ d͡b ʈ͡pʰ ʈ͡p ʈ͡pʼ ɖ͡b t͡pʰ̪ t͡p̪ t͡p̪ʼ d͡b̪ ʈ͡pʰ̪ ʈ͡p̪ ʈ͡p̪ʼ ɖ͡b̪ tʰ t tʼ d tʰʷ tʷ tʼʷ ʈʰ ʈ ʈʼ ɖ ʈʰʷ ʈʷ ʈʼʷ ɗ͡ɓ̰ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰ ɗ͡ɓ̰̪ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪ ɗ̰ ɗ̢̰ t͡sʰ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z s͡ɸ z͡β s͡f z͡v θ̺ ð̺ s z] become [ɳ͡m ɳ͡ɱ ɳ ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ ʈ͡ʂʷ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ ʈ͡ʂʷ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽ ɽ ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʂ͡ɸ ʐ͡β ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ ʐ ʂ ʐ]; [ɽ ɽʷ] become [ɾ ɾʷ]; approximant laterals are deleted.
Unrounded vowels and semivowels [j ɨ ɘ ...] become rounded [w ʉ ɵ ...] before a labial obstruent or nasal. Lax vowels become back; [j] become [w].
Coronal consonants [n͡m ɗ͡ɓ̰ ʐ͡β̻ ...] persistently assimilate in laminality to a following coronal consonant. Before an apical consonant, palatoalveolar laminal obstruents become retroflex.
Non-pharyngeal consonants other than apical consonants or retroflex consonants or [ɲ j w], i.e. [n͡m̻ tʰ̻ t͡ʃ ...], persistently assimilate in palatalisation to a following consonant. Before a front consonant, [h] become [j̥].
Central tense vowels [ɨ ʉ ɘː ...] become front [i y eː ...] before a front consonant.
Voiced vowels [i u ɵ ...] persistently become creaky-voiced [ḭ ṵ ɵ̰ ...] before a creaky-voiced implosive.
Coronal consonants other than [ɳ͡m ɳ͡ɱ ɳ ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ ʈ͡ʂʷ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ ʂ͡ɸ ʐ͡β ʂ͡f ʐ͡v ʂ ʐ], i.e. [n͡m̻ tʼ d͡ʑ ...], become postalveolar and assimilate in retroflexion to a preceding postalveolar consonant. After a postalveolar consonant, non-sibilant coronal fricatives become sibilants and assimilate in retroflexion; palatalised taps or trills become non-front and assimilate in retroflexion. After a palatoalveolar obstruent sibilant, non-implosive non-affricate stops become sibilants; apical obstruents or nasals become retroflex; non-implosive non-affricate non-labial stops become affricates; non-implosive bilabial stops become labiodental fricatives; non-implosive labiodental stops become fricatives; [r̻ rʷ̻ rʲ̻ rʲʷ̻ ɾ̻ ɾʷ̻ ɾʲ̻ ɾʲʷ̻ ɽ̻ ɽʷ̻ ɽ ɽʷ] become [r rʷ r rʷ ɾ ɾʷ ɾ ɾʷ ɾ ɾʷ ɾ ɾʷ]; approximant laterals are deleted; labial aspirated stops become unaspirated; non-implosive labial ejective stops become non-glottalised; apical implosives become non-glottalised resonants; [ɗ͡ɓ̰ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰ ɗ͡ɓ̰̪ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪] become [ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ ɽʷ]; [ɗ͡ɓ̰̻ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̻ ɗ͡ɓ̰̪̻ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪̻] become [w w w w]; [ɗ͡ɓ̰ʲ̻ ɗ͡ɓ̰̪ʲ̻ ɗ̰ʲ̻] become [w w j]; [ɗ̰̻ ɗ̢̰̻] become [j j]. After a retroflex consonant, palatalised consonants other than taps or trills become non-front; trills become taps.
Unrounded consonants [n͡m̻ bʲ ʈ͡ʂʼ ...] become rounded [nʷ gʷ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ ...] after a rounded consonant. Labial obstruents or nasals become non-labial; labial laminal obstruents or nasals other than palatoalveolar obstruents or nasals become apical; non-coronal labial stops or nasals become velar; labial-coronal palatalised obstruents or nasals become non-front; non-coronal front consonants become velar; non-front non-coronal labial stops or nasals become velar; non-coronal implosives become non-glottalised non-implosive; [h] become [w̥].
Non-nasal consonants other than implosives or [t͡pʰ̻ t͡pʰʲ̻ t͡pʰ ʈ͡pʰ̻ ʈ͡pʰ t͡pʰ̪̻ t͡pʰ̪ʲ̻ t͡pʰ̪ ʈ͡pʰ̪̻ ʈ͡pʰ̪ pʰ pʰʲ pʰ̪ pʰ̪ʲ tʰ̻ tʰʷ̻ tʰʲ̻ tʰʲʷ̻ tʰ tʰʷ ʈʰ̻ ʈʰʷ̻ ʈʰ ʈʰʷ cʰ kʰ kʰʷ t͡sʰ̻ t͡sʰʷ̻ t͡sʰʲ̻ t͡sʰʲʷ̻ t͡sʰ t͡sʰʷ ʈ͡ʂʰ̻ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ̻ ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ t͡ʃʰ t͡ʃʰʷ t͡ɕʰ t͡ɕʰʷ], i.e. [t͡p̻ ɟ ʒ͡v ...], persistently assimilate in voice to a following consonant other than resonant. Before a voiced obstruent or nasal, ejective stops become non-glottalised; [h] are deleted.
Non-back tense vowels and non-velarised tense semivowels [j̥ ɨ̰ ø ...] assimilate in frontness or palatalisation to a preceding semivowel. After one of [w̥ w], [j] are deleted; [j̥] become [h].
Back tense vowels [u uː o̰ ...] become central [ʉ ʉː ɵ̰ ...] before a palatal semivowel.
Non-retroflex coronal consonants [n͡m̻ ɗ͡ɓ̰ʲ̻ ɕ͡f ...] persistently become retroflex [ɳ͡m̻ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̻ ʂ͡f̻ ...] after a retroflex consonant. Palatalised consonants become non-front; non-sibilant coronal fricatives become sibilants; trills become taps.
Front vowels and semivowels [j̥ y eː ...] become central [h ʉ ɘː ...] before a velar semivowel. [j] are deleted; [j̥] become [h].
Stops or nasals other than [t͡sʰ̻ t͡s̻ t͡sʼ̻ d͡z̻ t͡sʰʷ̻ t͡sʷ̻ t͡sʼʷ̻ d͡zʷ̻ t͡sʰʲ̻ t͡sʲ̻ t͡sʼʲ̻ d͡zʲ̻ t͡sʰʲʷ̻ t͡sʲʷ̻ t͡sʼʲʷ̻ d͡zʲʷ̻ t͡sʰ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z t͡sʰʷ t͡sʷ t͡sʼʷ d͡zʷ ʈ͡ʂʰ̻ ʈ͡ʂ̻ ʈ͡ʂʼ̻ ɖ͡ʐ̻ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ̻ ʈ͡ʂʷ̻ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ̻ ɖ͡ʐʷ̻ ʈ͡ʂʰ ʈ͡ʂ ʈ͡ʂʼ ɖ͡ʐ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ ʈ͡ʂʷ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ ɖ͡ʐʷ t͡ʃʰ t͡ʃ t͡ʃʼ d͡ʒ t͡ʃʰʷ t͡ʃʷ t͡ʃʼʷ d͡ʒʷ t͡ɕʰ t͡ɕ t͡ɕʼ d͡ʑ t͡ɕʰʷ t͡ɕʷ t͡ɕʼʷ d͡ʑʷ], i.e. [n͡m̻ t͡p̪̻ tʰʷ ...], persistently become non-affricate and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent or nasal. Before an unrounded non-front non-labial palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, implosives become non-glottalised non-coronal front semivowels. Before a non-front palatoalveolar rounded obstruent or nasal, implosives become non-glottalised non-coronal back semivowels. Before a labial-alveopalatal obstruent or nasal, implosives become non-glottalised non-labial non-coronal velar rounded semivowels and assimilate in place of articulation. Before a labiodental-palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, non-implosive stops become fricatives and assimilate in palatalisation. Before a non-front labial-palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, implosives become non-glottalised non-labial non-coronal velar rounded semivowels and assimilate in place of articulation. Before a bilabial-palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, non-implosive stops become labiodental fricatives and assimilate in palatalisation. Before an unrounded non-labial alveopalatal obstruent or nasal, implosives become non-glottalised non-coronal semivowels. Before a labial-palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, aspirated stops become unaspirated and assimilate in place of articulation; non-implosive ejective stops become non-glottalised and assimilate in place of articulation. Before a palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, non-implosive coronal stops become sibilants and assimilate in place of articulation. Before a palatal or velar stop or nasal, implosives become non-glottalised non-implosive and assimilate in palatalisation and rounding. Before a non-labial palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal, non-implosive stops become affricates and assimilate in palatalisation and rounding. Before an alveopalatal rounded obstruent or nasal, implosives become non-glottalised non-coronal velar or uvular back semivowels.
Alveopalatal stops or nasals [n͡m̱ʲ t͡ɕʰ t͡ɕʰʷ ...] become non-affricate non-coronal palatal [mʲ kʲʰ kʰʷ ...] before a palatal stop or nasal. Rounded stops or nasals become velar; labial nasals become palatalised; [n͡ɱ̱ʲ] become [mʲ].
Palatoalveolar stops or nasals [n͡m̱ t͡ʃʰ t͡ɕʰ ...] become non-affricate non-coronal palatal [mʲ kʲʰ kʲʰ ...] before a palatal stop or nasal. Rounded stops or nasals become velar; labial nasals become palatalised; labiodental nasals become bilabial.
Palatoalveolar stops or nasals [n͡m̱ t͡ʃʰ t͡ɕʰ ...] become non-affricate non-coronal palatal [mʲ kʲʰ kʲʰ ...] before a palatal stop or nasal. Rounded stops or nasals become velar; labial nasals become palatalised; labiodental nasals become bilabial.
Palatal stops or nasals [kʲ kʲʰ gʲ ...] persistently become alveopalatal [t͡ɕ t͡ɕʰ d͡ʑ ...] before a palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal. Stops become affricates.
[ɳ͡m̻ ɳ͡ɱ̻ ɳ̻ ɳʷ̻ ʈ͡pʰ̻ ʈ͡p̻ ʈ͡pʼ̻ ɖ͡b̻ ʈ͡pʰ ʈ͡p ʈ͡pʼ ɖ͡b ʈ͡pʰ̪̻ ʈ͡p̪̻ ʈ͡p̪ʼ̻ ɖ͡b̪̻ ʈ͡pʰ̪ ʈ͡p̪ ʈ͡p̪ʼ ɖ͡b̪ ʈʰ̻ ʈ̻ ʈʼ̻ ɖ̻ ʈʰʷ̻ ʈʷ̻ ʈʼʷ̻ ɖʷ̻ ʈʰ ʈ ʈʼ ɖ ʈʰʷ ʈʷ ʈʼʷ ɖʷ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̻ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪̻ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪ ɗ̢̰̻ ɗ̢̰ʷ̻ ɗ̢̰ ɗ̢̰ʷ ʈ͡ʂʰ̻ ʈ͡ʂ̻ ʈ͡ʂʼ̻ ɖ͡ʐ̻ ʈ͡ʂʰʷ̻ ʈ͡ʂʷ̻ ʈ͡ʂʼʷ̻ ɖ͡ʐʷ̻ ʂ͡ɸ̻ ʐ͡β̻ ʂ͡f̻ ʐ͡v̻ ʂ̻ ʐ̻ ʂʷ̻ ʐʷ̻ ɽ̻̥ ɽ̻ ɽʷ̻̥ ɽʷ̻ ɽ̥ ɽ ɽʷ̥ ɽʷ ɭ̻̥ ɭ̻ ɭʷ̻̥ ɭʷ̻ ɭ̥ ɭ ɭʷ̥ ɭʷ] become non-retroflex after a front high vowel or a high palatal semivowel. Apical stops become retroflex; non-sibilant coronal non-implosive non-labial stops become affricate sibilants; approximant laterals are deleted; non-implosive bilabial stops become labiodental fricative sibilants; non-implosive labiodental stops become fricative sibilants; taps become alveolar; [ʈ͡pʼ̻ ʈ͡pʼ ʈ͡p̪ʼ̻ ʈ͡p̪ʼ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪] become [ʃ͡f ʂ͡f ʃ͡f ʂ͡f ɽʷ ɽʷ]; laminal taps become apical; labial implosives become non-labial rounded; labial aspirated stops become unaspirated; [ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̻ ɗ͡ɓ̢̰̪̻ ɗ̢̰ʷ̻] become [w w w]; [ɗ̢̰ ɗ̢̰ʷ] become [ɽ ɽʷ]; [ɗ̢̰̻] become [j].

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I got ʀ̃ʷ, but I forgot the seed.

Seed 1668036196 has the vowel inventory of /i y u e ẽ ø ø̃ o õ ɛ ɛ̃ œ œ̃ ɔˤ ɔ̃ˤ a ã aˤ ãˤ/

A seed I forgot had /ɗ͡z̰̻ ɗ͡ʐ̰ ɗ͡ʒ̰/ It had also no low vowels.

The approximant inventory of seed 1834429332. is /l ɰ ʟ/. Its vowels are also interesting, they are /ä ä̃ ʌ ɯ ɯ̃/.

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Generated by Gleb version 0.3.1a / 5.0a with seed 1807887890. r is the only approximant
I forgot the seed, but I got a lang with Welsh vowels minus the schwa.
Phonemic inventory

Consonants
Bilabial Alveolar Velar
Nasal m n m n
Stop pʰ p b tʰ t d kʰ k ph p b th t d kh k
Fricative s x s c
Approximant l w l u

Vowels
Front Central Back
High ɯ ɯː i ī
Mid-high e eː e ē
Low a aː ɒ ɒː a ā å â
Syllable structure

(C1)(C2)V(C3)

C1: an alveolar consonant; i.e. one of /n tʰ t d s l/
C2: a consonant
V: a vowel
C3: a consonant other than /b d/

Allophony

Front vowels [e eː] become central [ɘ ɘː] before a velar semivowel.
Between a voiced phone and a voiced phone, [s] become [r]; [x] become [w].
[p t k] persistently become aspirated after an aspirated stop.
Unrounded vowels [ɯ e ɘː ...] become rounded [u o oː ...] before a rounded semivowel. Non-back vowels become back; front vowels become non-front.
Central vowels [ɘ ɘː a aː] become back [ɤ ɤː ɑ ɑː] before a semivowel.
Consonants [t l x ...] persistently become rounded [tʷ lʷ xʷ ...] before a rounded semivowel.
Alveolar approximant laterals [l lʷ] become trills [r rʷ] before an alveolar trill.
Non-high vowels [e ɤ aː ...] persistently become nasal [ẽ ɤ̃ ãː ...] before a nasal.
[m mʷ nʷ pʰ p b pʰʷ pʷ bʷ tʰʷ tʷ dʷ kʰ k kʰʷ kʷ sʷ x xʷ rʷ lʷ w] become front before a front vowel. Rounded consonants other than [sʷ] become unrounded; non-sibilant coronal stops or nasals become non-alveolar bilabial; [kʰʷ kʷ] become [c͡pʰ c͡p]; [sʷ] are deleted; [xʷ] become [j]; [rʷ] become [j]; [lʷ] become [j].
Alveolar stops [tʰ d tʷ ...] become sibilants [t͡sʰ d͡z t͡sʷ ...] before a non-nasal alveolar fricative.
Semivowels [j w] become near-high [ɪ̯ ʊ̯] before a lax vowel.
Obstruents [c͡pʰ tʰ kʷ ...] persistently assimilate in voice to a following obstruent or nasal. Before a voiced stop or nasal, aspirated stops become unaspirated; palatal or velar stops become nasals; non-alveolar obstruents other than stops become resonants; [s sʷ] become [r rʷ]; [x] become [w].
Nasals [ɲ͡m mʲ ɲ ...] become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent or nasal.
Central vowels [ɘ ɘ̃ aː ...] become front [e ẽ ɛː ...] after a front consonant. Lax vowels become mid.
Some words

/sɯsɯːl/ [sɯrɯːl]
/kɯnlɯːs/ [kɯnlɯːs]
/sɯːnaːw/ [sɯːnɒːw]
/tʰɯpɯː/ [tʰɯpɯː]
/sɯːsllɯːs/ [sɯːrllɯːs]
/peːlsɯːw/ [pʲeːrruːw]
/lɯːkɯː/ [lɯːkɯː]
/bedɯ/ [bʲedɯ]
/tʰɯːtsɯ/ [tʰɯːt͡ssɯ]
/dɯːsɯː/ [dɯːrɯː]
/taːl/ [taːl]
/xela/ [çela]
/pɯbe/ [pɯbʲe]
/tɯltɯː/ [tɯl̥tɯː]
/senɯ/ [sẽnɯ]
/pɯːttɯ/ [pɯːttɯ]
/dɯspɯː/ [dɯspɯː]
/lapʰɯːste/ [lapʰɯːste]
/weltʰɯː/ [jel̥tʰɯː]
/lɯla/ [lɯla]
/taːwla/ [tɒːwla]
/aslɯ/ [arlɯ]
/sɯxtʰe/ [sɯxtʰe]
/dɯknɯ/ [dɯnnɯ]
/menɯ/ [mʲẽnɯ]
/pɯwɯ/ [puwɯ]
/sɯwsɒ/ [suwrɒ]
/lɯːspeːk/ [lɯːspʲeːk]
/snɯtɒ/ [rnɯtɒ]
/letɒk/ [letɒk]
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Seed 2060900046: A vowel inventory of /ɯ o eˤ i/.
Seed 2144785239: Perhaps not weird, but gleb basically gave me something that reminds me of PIE:

/p b t̻ d̻ t͡ʃ d͡ʒ k̟ g̟ k g kʷ gʷ/
/f s̻ ʃ x̟ x xʷ h/
/r̻/
/w l̻ j/

/ɔ ɔː a aː ɛ ɛː/

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Will Gleb ever be updated?

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seed 1508741661. No e and o, instead, /ɪ ʊ/. Also, t and d become affricated and palatized when next to a front vowel.

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Seed 1308235966: Not really odd so much as gleb actually included /g ɢ/ for once.
Seed 1284938398: The only long fricative is /hː/.
Seed 1288673818: This is the vowel inventory: /u uː ɑ ɑː ɑ̃ ɑ̃ː a aː ã ãː i iː/.
Seed 1243944178: This vowel inventory:
gleb wrote:
High i iː ɨ ɨː u uː
Near-high ɪ ɪː ɪ̈ ɪ̈ː ʊ ʊː
Mid-high e eː ɤ ɤː o oː
Mid-low ɛ ɛː œ œː ʌ ʌː ɔ ɔː
Low æ æː ɑ ɑː ɒ ɒː
Seed 1241715879: A vowel inventory of /u o ɔ ɔˤ æ/.

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1623091923: /m n p k͡t k͡x͡t͡ɬ t k f x͡s s x h ʋ r j ʟ/ /i ɨ u a/
1874424841: Nasals [m n ɲ ...] become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to the previous phone between an obstruent or nasal and an obstruent or nasal. Nasals [m n ṉ̺ ...] persistently become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent or nasal and become no phones word-finally.
1858434350: Nasals [ŋ͡m̥ m̥ n ...] become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent.
1854666213: Non-sibilant coronal alveolar nasals [n̻] persistently become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent or nasal. Nasals [m ɱ ŋ ...] persistently become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent or nasal.

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1369224741: /i e a/
1345893660:
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/ŋ͡m̥ ŋ͡m m̥ m n̥ n ŋ̥ ŋ/
/k͡pʰ k͡p ɡ͡b pʰ p b tʰ t d kʰ k ɡ/
/s h/
/l/

/i ɨ u ɪ̈ e o ɛ ɔ ɑ ɒ/
1606069511: /ʝ̩̃ z̩̃ z̩̃ʷ i ɨ ɨ˞ ʉ˞ u a a˞/
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/m n ɲ/
/p b t d ʧ̺ ʤ̺ k ɡ/
/f s z ʃ̺ ʒ̺ x ɣ/
/ɹ j/

1512940852: /pː rː/ as the only long consonants.

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Seed 1780179716: The only voiced fricative is /ʒ̰˂/, a creaky-voiced ingressive postalveolar fricative.
Seed 1805836508: /ɯ o ɒ ɑ a e i/.

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1547811908 has /z̰˂/ with the additional twist that: "Before a non-nasal alveolar fricative, [t d] become [t͡s d͡z]; [ɗ̰] become [z̰˂]. " /s/ and /z̰˂/ are the only alveolar fricatives.

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Seed No. 1543547388
/ɲ͡m ŋ͡m m̥ m mʲ̥ mʲ ṉʲ̥ ṉʲ n̥ n ɲ ŋ ŋʷ/
/c͡pʰ c͡p ɟ͡b ɟ͡b̰ k͡pʰ k͡p g͡b g͡b̰ pʰ p b b̰ pʰʲ pʲ bʲ b̰ʲ t͡ʃʰ t͡ʃ t͡ʃʼ d͡ʒ t͡ɕʰ t͡ɕ t͡ɕʼ d͡ʑ tʰ t tʼ d t͡sʰ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z cʰ c cʼ ɟ kʰ k kʼ g kʰʷ kʷ kʼʷ gʷ/
/f v fʲ vʲ ʃ ʒ ɕ ʑ s z h/
/r rʲ ɾ ḻʲ j l w/
That's 75 consonants, 44 of which are stops.

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Syllable structure

(C1)V(C2)(C3)

C1: a consonant
V: a vowel
C2: a consonant other than one of /d ɟ g gʷ t͡sʰ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z d͡ʒ d͡ʑ v vʲ z ʒ ʑ/ (/d ɟ g gʷ t͡sʰ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z d͡ʒ d͡ʑ v vʲ z ʒ ʑ/)
C3: one of /ŋ͡m m̥ m ŋ k͡pʰ k͡p g͡b g͡b̰ kʰ k kʼ g f v h/

Allophony

Unaspirated obstruents [c͡p d t͡ʃʼ ...] persistently assimilate in glottalisation to a preceding non-nasal consonant other than resonant.
Palatoalveolar stops or nasals [ṉʲ̥ t͡ʃʼ t͡ɕ ...] become non-affricate non-coronal palatal [ɲ̥ cʼ c ...] before a palatal stop or nasal.
Consonants other than resonants or [ɲ͡m ŋ͡m ŋ ŋʷ c͡pʰ k͡pʰ pʰ pʰʲ tʰ cʰ kʰ kʰʷ t͡sʰ t͡ʃʰ t͡ɕʰ], i.e. [m̥ b̰ʲ t͡ɕ ...], persistently assimilate in voice to a following obstruent and become voiceless word-finally. Before a voiced obstruent, [h] are deleted.
Front vowels and semivowels [j i ɛ] become central [∅ ɨ ɜ] before a velar semivowel. [j] are deleted.
Non-pharyngeal consonants other than [ɲ͡m ɲ̥ ɲ c͡pʰ c͡p c͡pʼ ɟ͡b ɟ͡b̰ cʰ c cʼ ɟ ɟ̰ j w], i.e. [ŋ͡m t d͡ʑ ...], persistently assimilate in palatalisation to a following consonant. Before a front consonant, alveolar consonants other than taps or trills become alveopalatal laminal; rounded stops or nasals become unrounded non-front; non-sibilant coronal stops become affricate sibilants; [ɾ] become [ɾ̱]; [h] become [j].
Unaspirated obstruents [c͡p ɟ t͡ɕʼ ...] persistently assimilate in glottalisation to a following non-nasal consonant other than resonant and become glottalised word-finally.
Non-front palatoalveolar consonants [ṉ̥ t͡ʃʼ ʃʼ ...] persistently become non-retroflexed alveolar [n̻̥ t͡sʼ̻ sʼ̻ ...] before a non-retroflexed alveolar obstruent or nasal except for a non-affricate stop or nasal.
Coronal nasals [n̻̥ n̥ ṉ ...] become approximants and assimilate in nasality and vibrancy and laterality to a following coronal resonant. Before a coronal resonant, voiceless nasals become voiced and assimilate in vibrancy and laterality. Before a tap or trill, palatoalveolar nasals become alveolar apical; [ṉʲ̥ ṉʲ] become [r r].
Obstruents other than [v vʲ z̻ z ʒ ʑ], i.e. [c͡pʰ cʼ t͡ʃʰ ...], persistently assimilate in aspiration to a following consonant other than resonant. Before an aspirated consonant, glottalised obstruents become non-glottalised; voiced stops become voiceless; voiced obstruents other than stops become unaspirated.
Non-pharyngeal non-front consonants other than [w], i.e. [ŋ͡m k̟ fʰ ...], become front [ɲ͡m c fʰʲ ...] after a front consonant except for a semivowel. Apical consonants other than taps or trills become alveopalatal laminal; alveolar laminal consonants other than [r̻] become alveopalatal; rounded stops or nasals become unrounded non-front; non-sibilant coronal stops become affricate sibilants; [ɾ̻] become [ɾ̱]; [ɾ] become [ɾ̱]; [r̻] become [rʲ]; [h] become [j].
Non-front vowels other than [ɒ], i.e. [ɨ u ɔ ...], assimilate in backness or velarisation to a preceding one of [j w]. After [j], rounded vowels become unrounded.
[n̻̥ n̻ n̥ n ṉ̥ ṉ tʰ t tʼ d d̰ t͡sʰ̻ t͡s̻ t͡sʼ̻ d͡z̻ d͡z̰̻ t͡sʰ t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z d͡z̰ t͡ʃʰ t͡ʃ t͡ʃʼ d͡ʒ d͡ʒ̰ sʰ̻ s̻ sʼ̻ z̻ z̰̻ sʰ s sʼ z z̰ ʃʰ ʃ ʃʼ ʒ ʒ̰ r̻ r ɾ̻ ɾ ɾ̱ ɾ̱ʲ l̻ l ḻ] persistently assimilate in laminality to a following coronal consonant. Before an apical consonant, palatoalveolar consonants other than [ɾ̱ʲ] become alveolar; [ɾ̱ʲ] become [ɾ̱].
Voiced obstruents [ɟ͡b ɟ̰ d͡ʑ ...] become nasals [ɲ͡m ɲ̰ ṉʲ ...] after a nasal. Affricates become non-sibilant coronal nasals; obstruent sibilants other than stops become non-sibilant coronal nasals; labiodental fricatives become bilabial nasals.
Nasals [ɲ͡m n̻̥ ṉʲ ...] persistently become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to the previous phone between an obstruent or nasal and an obstruent or nasal. After a non-labial velar consonant other than [w], voiceless nasals become voiced and assimilate in rounding. After a bilabial-palatal or velar stop or nasal, voiceless nasals become voiced and assimilate in palatalisation.
Non-prenasalised stops [c͡pʰ d̻ kʷ ...] become prenasalised [ɲ͡mc͡pʰ nd̻ ŋkʷ ...] after a nasal.
Non-prenasalised stops [c͡pʰ d̻ kʷ ...] become prenasalised [ɲ͡mc͡pʰ nd̻ ŋkʷ ...] after a nasal.
Prenasalised stops [ɲ͡mc͡pʰ nd̻ ŋkʷ ...] become nasals [ɲ͡m̥ n̻ ŋʷ ...] before an obstruent or nasal. [ɲ͡mc͡p ɲ͡mc͡pʼ ŋ͡mk͡p ŋ͡mk͡pʼ mpʼ mpʼʲ ntʼ̻ ntʼ ɲcʼ ŋkʼ̟ ŋk ŋkʼ ŋkʷ ŋkʼʷ nt͡s̻ nt͡sʼ̻ nt͡s nt͡sʼ nt͡ʃ nt͡ʃʼ nt͡ɕ nt͡ɕʼ] become [ɲ͡m ɲ͡m̰ ŋ͡m ŋ͡m̰ m̰ m̰ʲ n̰̻ n̰ ɲ̰ ŋ̰̟ ŋ ŋ̰ ŋʷ ŋ̰ʷ n̻ n̰̻ n n̰ ṉ ṉ̰ ṉʲ ṉ̰ʲ]; affricate sibilants become non-sibilant coronal nasals; aspirated stops become unaspirated.
Nasals [ɲ͡m̥ ɱ̰ ṉʲ ...] persistently become nasals and assimilate in place of articulation to a following obstruent or nasal. Before a non-labial velar consonant other than [w], voiceless nasals become voiced and assimilate in rounding. Before a bilabial-palatal or velar stop or nasal, voiceless nasals become voiced and assimilate in palatalisation.
Palatal stops or nasals [ɲ͡m̥ ɲ͡mc͡pʼ c͡p ...] become alveopalatal [mʲ̥ mpʼʲ pʲ ...] before a palatoalveolar obstruent or nasal. Bilabial stops or nasals become non-coronal; non-bilabial stops become affricates.
[ɲ͡m̥] persistently become [ɲ͡m] before a palatal stop or nasal.
Short non-glottalised unaspirated voiceless fricatives [f s̻ ʃ ...] become voiced [v z̻ ʒ ...] between a voiced phone and a voiced phone.
[n̻̥ n̻ n̰̻ ṉ̥ ṉ ṉ̰ ntʰ̻ nt̻ ntʼ̻ nd̻ nd̰̻ tʰ̻ t̻ tʼ̻ d̻ d̰̻ nt͡sʰ̻ nt͡s̻ nt͡sʼ̻ nd͡z̻ nd͡z̰̻ nt͡ʃʰ nt͡ʃ nt͡ʃʼ nd͡ʒ nd͡ʒ̰ t͡sʰ̻ t͡s̻ t͡sʼ̻ d͡z̻ d͡z̰̻ t͡ʃʰ t͡ʃ t͡ʃʼ d͡ʒ d͡ʒ̰ sʰ̻ s̻ sʼ̻ z̻ z̰̻ ʃʰ ʃ ʃʼ ʒ ʒ̰ r̻ ɾ̻ ɾ̱ ɾ̱ʲ l̻ ḻ] assimilate in anteriority and retroflexion to a preceding coronal consonant. After an alveolar consonant, [ɾ̱ʲ] become [ɾ̱]. After a palatoalveolar consonant, non-sibilant coronal stops become affricate sibilants; [r̻] become [r].
Voiced vowels and semivowels [j ɯ ʌ ...] become creaky-voiced [j̰ ɯ̰ ʌ̰ ...] before a creaky-voiced obstruent or nasal.
Back vowels other than [ɒ ɒ̰], i.e. [ɯ ṵ ɔ ...], become central [ɨ ɨ̰ ɜ ...] before a palatal semivowel. Rounded vowels become unrounded.


I wonder- I know about bilabial-velars, but is there any language (natlang or conlang) with bilabial-palatals or bilabial-uvulars you know of?

Seed No. 1388032149 has a vowel system of /i a ã o/.
Seed No. 1404219688 looks nice- implosives, ejectives, and the vowel system of Hungarian.
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/m n/
/b ɓ̰ t tʼ d ɗ̰ k kʼ g ɠ̰ ʔ/
/t͡sʼ k͡xʼ/
/f s h /
/ɾ ɰ w/

/i iː y yː u uː/
/ɛ ɛː œ œː ɔ ɔː/
/a aː/


Seed No. 1452881229- Distinguishes /ɴ̥ ɴʷ/, but has no standalone /ɴ/ (it does have /ŋ/ though). /x/ and /χ/ exist as their rounded forms only.
Seed No. 1474377410- Vowels are /ɨ a/, with no vowel allophonies at all.
Seed No. 1222674465- Out of its 16 consonants, 11 are stops. Vowel system is /i a u/ with nasality and length.
Seed No. 1240828333- Has /ɟ/ for no apparent reason. The syllable structure: CV, with C being a consonant That isn't /ɟ/.
Seed No. 1255477091- Its resonants are /ɾ̥ ɾ ʟ̥ ʟ ʟʷ̥ ʟʷ/. There isn't any voicing or rounding distinction in the other consonants (/p t k m n s/).
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UberBen wrote:
Seed No. 1240828333- Has /ɟ/ for no apparent reason. The syllable structure: CV, with C being a consonant That isn't /ɟ/.
That's it, you've won the thread.


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UberBen wrote:
I wonder- I know about bilabial-velars, but is there any language (natlang or conlang) with bilabial-palatals or bilabial-uvulars you know of?

No, but the Papuan language Yelî Dnye contrasts labial-velar and two distinct labial-alveolar points of articulation.

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Why is Gleb so unusually biased towards extreme phonologies like these? I wonder if it's because there's not enough weighting against dense, ludicrously complex phonologies and uncommon phonemes, so they appear far more than you'd expect, even though Gleb is just picking randomly with little weighting.

Actually, being able to weight things would be great, as well as creating "presets" like "East Asian Tonal Language", "Indo-European Language", "North Caucasian Mixed With Australian", etc.

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 Post subject: Re: The glebst of Gleb
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Seed 1721083895: The standard five long vowels, but the only short vowel is /i/.
Seed 1517181820: The only two vowels are /a i/.
Seed 1610773332: …This:

gleb wrote:
Syllable structure

(C1)(R)V(C2)(C3)(C4)(C5)(C6)(C7)(C8)

C1: a consonant
R: a resonant; i.e. one of /ɾ ʋ j w/
V: a vowel
C2: one of /m n g͡b g ɾ ʋ j w/
C3: a consonant other than an affricate (/nt͡s nt͡sʼ nd͡z t͡s t͡sʼ d͡z/) or one of /ŋ͡mk͡p mp nt ŋk b d/ (/ŋ͡mk͡p mp nt ŋk b d/)
C4: a consonant other than /j/
C5: one of /m n ŋ͡mk͡pʼ ŋ͡mg͡b mpʼ mb ntʼ nd ŋkʼ ŋg k͡p k͡pʼ g͡b p pʼ t tʼ k kʼ g f v s z ɾ ʋ w/
C6: one of /ŋ͡mk͡pʼ ŋ͡mg͡b k͡p k͡pʼ g͡b f v s z ɾ ʋ j w/
C7: a labiodental consonant; i.e. one of /f v ʋ/
C8: an alveolar consonant other than an affricate; i.e. one of /n nt ntʼ nd t tʼ d s z ɾ/

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/pwantpŋ͡mk͡pʼŋ͡mg͡bfntʼ/

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Seed 1907023281: The only long consonants are /pː ɭː̻ wː/. /ɭː̻/ has no lateral counterpart; instead there is /ɽ̻/.

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Seed 1767476587: /ɒ/ is listed in the consonant section as a velar/uvular trill.

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