Okay, here are my pronunciations again, but with synchronic phonemes being added. (Note that this is using a relatively simple analysis that lacks phonemic vowel length or nasalization being marked, even though both appear to be phonemic in edge cases.)
factory: /ˈfɛktʃəri/ > [ˈfɛʔk̚tɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤi(ː)]
factorial: /fɛkˈtɔriəl/ > [fɛʔk̚ˈtʰɔːʁˤjɯ̞(ː)] or, carefully, [fɛʔk̚ˈtʰɔːʁˤiːɯ̞(ː)]
century: /ˈsɜntʃri/ > [ˈsɜ̃tʃɹ̠͡ɰˤi(ː)] or, carefully, /ˈsɜntʃəri/ > [ˈsɜ̃tɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤi(ː)]
centurion: /sɜnˈtʃəriɪn/ > [sɜ̃ˈtɕʰʁ̩ˤːʁˤjɨ̃(ː)n] or, carefully, [sɜ̃ˈtɕʰʁ̩ˤːʁˤĩːɨ̃(ː)n]
victory: /ˈvɪktʃəri/ > [ˈvɪʔk̚tɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤi(ː)]
victorious: /vɪkˈtɔriɪs/ > [vɨʔk̚ˈtʰɔːʁˤjɨs] or, carefully, [vɨʔk̚ˈtʰɔːʁˤiːɨs]
restaurant: /ˈrɜstʃərant/ > [ˈɰˤɜɕtɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤãʔ]
restauranteur: /ˈrɜstʃəranˌtur/ > [ˈɰˤɜɕtɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤãˌt̻ʰʉ̯̆ŭʁˤ]~[ˈɰˤɜɕtɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤãˌt̻ʰʉ̯uʁˤ]
history: /ˈhɪstʃəri/ > [ˈhɪɕtɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤi(ː)]
historical: /hɪˈstɔrɪkəl/ > [hɨˈs̻t̻ɔːʁˤɨɡ̊ɯ̞(ː)]
mystery: /ˈmɪstʃəri/ > [ˈmɪɕtɕʁ̩ˤːʁˤi(ː)]
mysterious: /mɪˈstɪriɪs/ > [mɨˈs̻t̻ɪːʁˤjɨs] or, carefully, [mɨˈs̻t̻ɪːʁˤiːɨs]
interest: /ˈɪnˌtʃrɜst/ > [ˈɪ̃ˌtʃɹ̠͡ɰˤɜs̻t̻] or, very carefully, /ˈɪntʃəˌrɜst/ > [ˈɪ̃tɕʁ̩ˤːˌʁˤɜs̻t̻]
interesting: /ˈɪntʃrɪstɪŋ/ > [ˈɪ̃tʃɹ̠͡ɰˤɨs̻t̻ɨ̃(ː)ŋ] or, a bit carefully, /ˈɪnˌtʃrɜstɪŋ/ > [ˈɪ̃ˌtʃɹ̠͡ɰˤɜs̻t̻ɨ̃(ː)ŋ] or, more carefully, /ˈɪntʃəˌrɜstɪŋ/ > [ˈɪ̃tɕʁ̩ˤːˌʁˤɜs̻t̻ɨ̃(ː)ŋ]
interestingly: /ˈɪntʃrɪstɪŋli/ > [ˈɪ̃tʃɹ̠͡ɰˤɨs̻t̻ɨ̃ːŋɰi(ː)] or, a bit carefully, /ˈɪnˌtʃrɜstɪŋli/ > [ˈɪ̃ˌtʃɹ̠͡ɰˤɜs̻t̻ɨ̃ːŋɰi(ː)] or, more carefully, /ˈɪntʃəˌrɜstɪŋli/ > [ˈɪ̃tɕʁ̩ˤːˌʁˤɜs̻t̻ɨ̃ːŋɰi(ː)]
There are some cases above that seem a bit weird, such as when I write /stʃ/ rather than /ʃtʃ/ even though, in my own everyday speech the latter would probably be a better description than the former. However, I write the former because in more careful speech pronunciations with [s̻] rather than [ɕ] initially may show up, and even I when trying to pronounce it very carefully seem to at least front the pronunciation of it more than if it were /ʃ/ initially.
Also, when I write /tʃr/ above I mean it, and not /tr/. Many idiolects in my dialect medially contrast /tr/ with /tʃr/ as [tʂɹ͡ʁˤ] versus [tʃɹ̠͡ʁˤ] (and likewise contrast /dr/ with /dʒr/ as [d̥ʐ̊ɹ͡ʁˤ] versus [d̥ʒ̊ɹ̠͡ʁˤ]), even though mine does not. However, in these cases here it is clear that these are indeed /tʃr/ and not /tr/ despite my pronouncing the two identically.
Dibotahamdn duthma jallni agaynni ra hgitn lakrhmi.
Amuhawr jalla vowa vta hlakrhi hdm duthmi xaja.
Irdro. Irdro. Irdro. Irdro. Irdro. Irdro. Irdro.
Last edited by Travis B. on Thu Jun 30, 2011 7:09 pm, edited 1 time in total.