to purify, to remove imperfections, to beautifyLao Kou wrote:Next: sthöimez [ˈsθøjmɛz] a verb
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i really have no idea what that post said...mucosa
Wikipedia wrote:Despite the 80-odd consonants of Ubykh, it lacks the plain velar /k/ in native words, as do the related Adyghe and Kabardian languages.
:-sLodhas wrote:if a labialised stop exists then its plain form also exists,
So to make this a realistic phonology, all I have to is add a velar plosive?Nortaneous wrote:Yes. /q/ without a velar stop is unheard of, and /ɮ/ is very rare.
Wikipedia says Qawasqar has velar plosives.MrKrov wrote:Qawasqar(?)
I very much like this./ʔ/ is pronounced /d/ at the beginning of a word and .
/w/ > /l/ when occurring intervocalically between open vowels.
The beer?Ceresz wrote:Red Stripe ;-).Sodomor wrote:Red is only good in small doses... like that gross cough medicine of which the name escapes me.
Too much red makes me upset :P