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- 14 May 2019 15:34
- Forum: Conlangs
- Topic: Random phonology/phonemic inventory thread
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/pʰ tʰ kʰ/ /pː tː t͡s kː/ /s/ /sː/ /m n l j w/ /mː nː lː/ /i u/ /e ə o/ /a/ Syllable structure is (C)(G)V(N), where C is any consonant, G is a glide, and N is one of /m l/, where /m/ assimilates to the POA of a following obstruent. Onset-less syllables are restricted to word-initial /a/, with other ...
I guess seeing how I actually have a thread here now I should add Asta to the list. Asta - a priori, minimal phonology, agglutinative-polysynthetic, nominals marked for possession, number, noun class and case (adverbial vs. non-adverbial), polypersonal marking, ergativity, rigid transitivty of verb...