Romanization game #2

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by Birdlang » 07 Sep 2019 02:17

/m n/ m n
/p t c k/ p t j k
/f v s z x h/ f w s z c h
/l/ l

/i ɪ y ɨ ʊ/ i ì u â ù
/e ø ɵ ʌ o ɔ/ e ö õ ŭ o ò
/a ɐ ɑ ɒ/ a à ā ã

Next
/m n/
/p t k/
/f s ç x h/
/l j/

/i e o a/
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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by shimobaatar » 07 Sep 2019 18:26

/m n/ <m n>
/p t k/ <p t k>
/f s ç x h/ <f s c g h>
/l j/ <l y>

/i e o a/ <i e u a>

Next:

/p b t d k g ʔ/
/ɸ β θ ð s z ʃ ʒ x ɣ h/
/m n ŋ/
/ɻ j w/
/r/
/l ʟ/

/i iː u uː/
/e eː ə əː o oː/
/a aː/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by idov » 07 Sep 2019 20:32

Spoiler:
/m n/ <m n>
/p t k/ <b t k>
/f s ç x h/ <f s j ch h>
/l j/ <l y>

/i e o a/ <i e o a>
/p b t d k g ʔ/ <p b t d k g '>
/ɸ β θ ð s z ʃ ʒ x ɣ h/ <f v th dh s z sh zh kh gh h~'> | <'> is used for /h/ after consonants.
/m n ŋ/ < m n nh>
/ɻ j w/ <r y w>
/r/ <rh>
/l ʟ/ <l lh>

/i iː u uː/ <i í u ú>
/e eː ə əː o oː/ <e é ë ëë o ó>
/a aː/ <a á>
Next, Proto-Austronesian essentially:
/m n ɲ ɳ ŋ/
/p b t d gʲ k g/
/s t͡s ç c͡ç ɟ͡ʝ h>
/l lʲ>
/w j/

/i u ə a iʊ̯ uɪ̯ aɪ̯ aʊ̯/
The accusative of <emo> is <eminem>. :lat:

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by this_is_an_account » 08 Sep 2019 01:08

/m n ɲ ɳ ŋ/ ⟨m n ń r ŋ⟩
/p b t d ɡʲ k ɡ/ ⟨p b t d ǵ k g⟩
/s t͡s ç c͡ç ɟ͡ʝ h/ ⟨s c ś ć j⟩
/l lʲ/ ⟨l ĺ⟩
/w j/ ⟨w y⟩

/i u ə a iʊ̯ uɪ̯ aɪ̯ aʊ̯/ ⟨i u e a iu ui ai au⟩

Next:

/m n ŋ/
/b t d k ɡ/
/f s ɕ ʂ x h/
/t͡s t͡ɕ d͡ʑ t͡ʂ d͡ʐ/
/r j w/
/i ĩ u ũ e ẽ o õ a ã/
/í ī ì ǐ î/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by Ryan Aditya » 09 Sep 2019 00:30

/m n ŋ/ ⟨m n ng⟩
/b t d k ɡ/ ⟨b t d k g⟩
/f s ɕ ʂ x h/ ⟨f s hs sz kh h⟩
/t͡s t͡ɕ d͡ʑ t͡ʂ d͡ʐ/ ⟨tz c z cz zs
/r j w/ ⟨r j v⟩
/i ĩ u ũ e ẽ o õ a ã/ ⟨i in u un e en o on a an⟩
/í ī ì ǐ î/ ⟨il i iw ix iy⟩

Next:

/m n̪ ŋ/
/p b t̪ d̪ k ɡ ʔ/
/mb ŋɡ/
/β̞ ð̞ s̪ z̪ ɹ̠ ʝ ʁ̞ ɦ ʔ̞/
/ɾ̪/
/mnŋɡɾ/
/l̪/
/mbl ndl ŋɡl/

/i̥ i ɯ u̥ u/
/e̞ ɛ̃ ə o̞ ɔ̃/
/æ ä ɑ ɑ̃/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by ɶʙ ɞʛ » 09 Sep 2019 04:10

/m n̪ ŋ/ <m n ng>
/p b t̪ d̪ k ɡ ʔ/ <p b t d k q '>
/mb n̪d̪ ŋɡ/ <ƀ đ ǥ>
/β̞ ð̞ s̪ z̪ ɹ̠ ʝ ʁ̞ ɦ ʔ̞/ <v ð s z ɍ j g h x>
/ɾ̪/ <r>
/l̪/ <l>

/i̥ i ɯ u̥ u/ <c i y w u>
/e̞ ɛ̃ ə o̞ ɔ̃/ <e ê ø o ô>
/æ ä ɑ ɑ̃/ <æ a å â>

Ta-lrm-zrq'-k'r
[tá lɹ̩̀m zɹ̩̀qʰ kʰɹ̩̀]
(colored text is pre-existing romanization)
/pʰ tʰ tsʰ tɬʰ kʰ qʰ/ <p' t' ts' tᶅ' k' q'>
/p t ts tɬ k q ʔ/ <p t ts tᶅ k q x>
/b d dz dɮ g ɢ/ <b d dz dɭ g c>
/ɸ s ɬ x χ h/ <f s ᶅ ⱪ ɋ h>
/β z ɮ ɣ ʁ ɦ/ <v z ɭ ɠ ç ᶍ>
/ʙ ɹ l ɰ/ <ƀ r l w>
/a i ʊ ɹ̩̀/ <a i u r>

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by Ryan Aditya » 11 Sep 2019 16:39

Next:

/m n/
/p b t d k ɡ kʷ/
/ts/
/s z h/
/j ɰ/
/ɾ/
/tɬ dɮ/
/l/

/i ɯ/
/e ə o/
/a/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by ɶʙ ɞʛ » 11 Sep 2019 17:40

You forgot to romanize the previous language.

/m n/ <m n>
/p b t d k ɡ kʷ/ <p b t d k x q>
/ts/ <c>
/s z h/ <s ś h>
/j ɰ/ <j g>
/ɾ/
/tɬ dɮ/ <cł z>
/l/ <l>

/i ɯ/ <i y>
/e ə o/ <e ø o>
/a/ <a>

/m n~ŋ~h/
/p t~k d~r~h/
/f s~ʂ~h/
/l/

/i ɛ ɔ u/

/n/ is realized as [n] normally, but /nt/ is always realized as [ŋk] (but [ɲcç] next to /i/). /n/ is also [ŋ] before /h/, [h] word-finally, [ɲ] next to /i/, and an offglide [ɨ̃] before /m p f/.
/m/ is realized as [ɱ] before /f/, an offglide [ʉ̃] before /t s d h/, and /ɸ/ word-finally.
/t/ is realized as [k] after /n/ or next to only /ɔ u/, [cç] next to /i/ and not /ɔ u/, [ts] next to /i/ and /ɔ u/.
/s/ is realized as [h] word-finally, [ʂ] in a /ds/ sequence or before [k h], [ç] before /i/.
/d/ is realized as [r] intervocalically, [h] word-finally, [θ] before a voiceless consonant, [ɟʝ] next to /i/, and /ds/ is realized as [ʂ].
All vowels are realized as short and voiceless [ə̥̆] between two voiceless consonants.
/i/ is realized as [ɪ] if not next to a palatal consonant, if next to a palatal consonant.
/u/ is realized as [ɯ] if between two alveolars, [y~i] if next to a palatal, and otherwise.
/ɛ/ is realized as [e] if next to a palatal consonant, [ɜ] if between labial or velar consonants, [ɛ] otherwise.
/ɔ/ is realized as [o] if next to a labial or velar consonant, [ɑ] if not next to a labial or velar consonant, [ɛ] if next to a palatal.

/dinɛnfɔ/ [ɟʝi.nɛɨ̃.fo]
/tuplɔnsɔ/ [kʰω̥̆.plɑn.(t)sɑ]
/timnɔn/ [cçiʉ̃.nɑh]
/timdɛsɔ/ [cçiʉ̃.dɛ.sɑ]
/sɔstɔn/ [sɐ̥̆.ʂkɞ̥̆h]
/pustɔdu/ [pʰʊ̥̆.ʂko.rɯ]

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by Birdlang » 12 Sep 2019 01:18

/m n/ m n
/p b t d k ɡ kʷ/ p b t d k g q
/ts/ c
/s z h/ s z h
/j ɰ/ j u
/ɾ/ r
/tɬ dɮ/ ƛ λ
/l/ l

/i ɯ/ i ũ
/e ə o/ e õ o
/a/ a
/pʰ tʰ tsʰ tɬʰ kʰ qʰ/ p̓ t̓ c̓ ƛ̓ k̓ q̓
/p t ts tɬ k q ʔ/ p t c ƛ k q ɂ
/b d dz dɮ g ɢ/ b d ʒ λ g ƣ
/ɸ s ɬ x χ h/ f s ṡ x ḫ h
/β z ɮ ɣ ʁ ɦ/ v z ż ǥ r ɦ
/ʙ ɹ l ɰ/ ɓ ź l w
/a i ʊ ɹ̩̀/ a i u e
/m n~ŋ~h/ m n~g~h
/p t~k d~r~h/ p t~k d~r~h
/f s~ʂ~h/ f s~š~h
/l/ l

/i ɛ ɔ u/ i e o u

/n/ is realized as [n] normally, but /nt/ is always realized as [ŋk] (but [ɲcç] next to /i/). /n/ is also [ŋ] before /h/, [h] word-finally, [ɲ] next to /i/, and an offglide [ɨ̃] before /m p f/.
/m/ is realized as [ɱ] before /f/, an offglide [ʉ̃] before /t s d h/, and /ɸ/ word-finally.
/t/ is realized as [k] after /n/ or next to only /ɔ u/, [cç] next to /i/ and not /ɔ u/, [ts] next to /i/ and /ɔ u/.
/s/ is realized as [h] word-finally, [ʂ] in a /ds/ sequence or before [k h], [ç] before /i/.
/d/ is realized as [r] intervocalically, [h] word-finally, [θ] before a voiceless consonant, [ɟʝ] next to /i/, and /ds/ is realized as [ʂ].
All vowels are realized as short and voiceless [ə̥̆] between two voiceless consonants.
/i/ is realized as [ɪ] if not next to a palatal consonant, if next to a palatal consonant.
/u/ is realized as [ɯ] if between two alveolars, [y~i] if next to a palatal, and otherwise.
/ɛ/ is realized as [e] if next to a palatal consonant, [ɜ] if between labial or velar consonants, [ɛ] otherwise.
/ɔ/ is realized as [o] if next to a labial or velar consonant, [ɑ] if not next to a labial or velar consonant, [ɛ] if next to a palatal.

/dinɛnfɔ/ [ɟʝi.nɛɨ̃.fo] jineïŋfō
/tuplɔnsɔ/ [kʰω̥̆.plɑn.(t)sɑ] kʼůplãntsã
/timnɔn/ [cçiʉ̃.nɑh] ĉiŭŋnãh
/timdɛsɔ/ [cçiʉ̃.dɛ.sɑ] ĉiŭdesã
/sɔstɔn/ [sɐ̥̆.ʂkɞ̥̆h] sæ̈̊kä̊h
/pustɔdu/ [pʰʊ̥̆.ʂko.rɯ] pʼẘskōrû
Next
/p b t d k g ʔ/
/f v s z ʃ ʒ x/
/l j w ʁ~ɣ/

/i u ʊ e o ɞ ʌ ɑ/
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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by Ryan Aditya » 12 Sep 2019 01:49

/p b t d k g ʔ/ ⟨p b t d k g '⟩
/f v s z ʃ ʒ x/ ⟨f v s z š ž h⟩
/l j w ʁ~ɣ/ ⟨l y w ğ⟩

/i u ʊ e o ɞ ʌ ɑ/ ⟨i u ŭ e o ẽ õ a⟩

Next:

/m n/
/p b t d c ɟ k ɡ q/
/f v ð s z ʒ j w h/
/r/
/l/

/i y ɯ u/
/e ə o/
/œ ʌ ɔ/
/æ a/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by idov » 12 Sep 2019 18:12

/m n/ <m n>
/p b t d c ɟ k ɡ q/ <p b t d c j k g q>
/f v ð s z ʒ j w h/ <f v ð s z x y w h>
/r/ <r>
/l/ <l>

/i y ɯ u/ <i ü ï u>
/e ə o/ <é e ó>
/œ ʌ ɔ/ <ö ë o>
/æ a/ <ä a>

<x> is /ʒ/ because it was the only letter left in the alphabet.
Next, essentially Proto-Uralic:
/m n nʲ ŋ/
/p t t͡sʲ t͡ʃ k/
/s sʲ ʃ/
/ð ʝ ɣ/
/l ʎ/
/w r j/

/i y ɯ u/
/e o/
/æ ɑ/
The accusative of <emo> is <eminem>. :lat:

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by shimobaatar » 12 Sep 2019 18:37

/m n nʲ ŋ/ <m n nj ṅ>
/p t t͡sʲ t͡ʃ k/ <p t tj c k>
/s sʲ ʃ/ <s sj x>
/ð ʝ ɣ/ <d dj g>
/l ʎ/ <l lj>
/w r j/ <w r j>

/i y ɯ u/ <i y ə u>
/e o/ <e o>
/æ ɑ/ <a â>

Next:

/p b t d tʲ dʲ k g ʔ/
/s z sʲ zʲ h/
/t͡s d͡z t͡sʲ d͡zʲ/
/m̥ m n̥ n n̥ʲ nʲ ŋ̊ ŋ/
/j w/
/r rʲ/
/l lʲ/

/i u/
/e o/
/a/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by Birdlang » 13 Sep 2019 00:15

/p b t d tʲ dʲ k g ʔ/ p b t d c j k g 7
/s z sʲ zʲ h/ s z f v h
/t͡s d͡z t͡sʲ d͡zʲ/ x q ȼ ɉ
/m̥ m n̥ n n̥ʲ nʲ ŋ̊ ŋ/ ḿ m ń n ñ́ ñ ŋ́ ŋ
/j w/ i u
/r rʲ/ r ɍ
/l lʲ/ l ƚ

/i u/ y w
/e o/ e o
/a/ a

Next
Basically similar to Spanish
/m n ɲ/
/p b t d k g/
/β f θ ð s z x~h ɣ/
/ʧ ʤ/
/l j ɰ/
/ɾ r/

/i u e o a/
/ˈa/
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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by ɶʙ ɞʛ » 13 Sep 2019 22:56

/m n ɲ/ <m n ń>
/p b t d k g/ <p b t d k x>
/β f θ ð s z x~h ɣ/ <w f ç ż s z h gx>
/ʧ ʤ/ <ć ź>
/l j ɰ/ <l j g>
/ɾ r/ <r rr>

/i u e o a/ <i u e o a>
/ˈa/ <á>

Doesn't Spanish (at least most standard dialects) maintain an /e/ vs /ɛ/ distinction in closed syllables though? <veinte> /bente/ <viento> /bjɛnto/

The only natlang (?) with phonemic /ɶ/ contrasting with /œ/:
/m n ŋ/
/pʰ ts tɕ kʰ/
/b̥ d̥ ɡ̊/
/f s ɕ h/
/ʋ~ʊ̯ ð̠˕ˠ l j~ɪ̯ ʁ̞~ɐ̯/
/i i: y y: u u:/
/ɪ ɪ: ʏ ʏ: ʊ ʊ:/
/e e: ø ø: o o:/
/ɛ ɛ: œ œ: ɔ ɔ:/
/æ æ: ɶ ɶ: ɒ ɒ:/
/a a:/
/ˀ/
Last edited by ɶʙ ɞʛ on 13 Sep 2019 23:02, edited 1 time in total.

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by shimobaatar » 13 Sep 2019 22:59

ɶʙ ɞʛ wrote:
13 Sep 2019 22:56
Doesn't Spanish (at least most standard dialects) maintain an /e/ vs /ɛ/ distinction in closed syllables though? <veinte> /bente/ <viento> /bjɛnto/
No, not in any variety I've heard of.

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by ɶʙ ɞʛ » 13 Sep 2019 23:07

It is probably just a monophthongal realization of /ej/ though in closed syllables, the original /e/ vs /ɛ/ distinction in earlier stages disappeared in some way. All other Romance languages have a more widespread /e/ vs /ɛ/ distinction. Spanish also has no /o/ vs /ɔ/, as /ɔ/ became /wɛ/ or /we/.

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by All4Ɇn » 14 Sep 2019 00:08

/m n ŋ/ <m n ng>
/pʰ ts tɕ kʰ/ <p ts tst k>
/b̥ d̥ ɡ̊/ <b d g>
/f s ɕ h/ <f s st h>
/ʋ~ʊ̯ ð̠˕ˠ l j~ɪ̯ ʁ̞~ɐ̯/ <v z l j r>
/i i: y y: u u:/ <ï i û ü u̇ u>
/ɪ ɪ: ʏ ʏ: ʊ ʊ:/ <i í ü ű u ú>
/e e: ø ø: o o:/ <ė e ô ö ȯ o>
/ɛ ɛ: œ œ: ɔ ɔ:/ <e é ö ő ó>
/æ æ: ɶ ɶ: ɒ ɒ:/ <ä ä ø ø å å>
/a a:/ <a a>
/ˀ/ <t>
Those marked with the same vowel use the one without /:/ when before multiple consonants and those with /:/ elsewhere. If it's a short vowel and occurs before a single consonant, the consonant is written as if it were doubled. If it's a long vowel and occurs before multiple consonants, a silent e is written after the vowel.


Next:
/m m: n n: ɳ ɲ ŋ/
/mʱ nʱ ɳʱ ɲʱ ŋʱ/
/p t ʈ tɕ k/
/pʰ tʰ ʈʰ tɕʰ kʰ/
/b d ɖ dʑ ɡ/
/bʱ dʱ ɖʱ dʑʱ ɡʱ/
/f s ʂ ɕ x h/
/ʋ ɹ ɻ j ɰ/
/ɭ/

/i i: u u:/
/ə/
/a a: ʲa ʲa:/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by Ryan Aditya » 14 Sep 2019 02:53

/m m: n n: ɳ ɲ ŋ/ ⟨m m̱ n ṉ nr ñ ŋ⟩
/mʱ nʱ ɳʱ ɲʱ ŋʱ/ ⟨mh nh nrh ñh ŋh⟩
/p t ʈ tɕ k/ ⟨p t tr c k⟩
/pʰ tʰ ʈʰ tɕʰ kʰ/ ⟨ph th trh ch kh⟩
/b d ɖ dʑ ɡ/ ⟨b d dr j g⟩
/bʱ dʱ ɖʱ dʑʱ ɡʱ/ ⟨bh dh drh jh gh⟩
/f s ʂ ɕ x h/ ⟨f s sr sh e h⟩
/ʋ ɹ ɻ j ɰ/ ⟨v r rh y w⟩
/ɭ/ ⟨l⟩

/i i: u u:/ ⟨i ī u ū⟩
/ə/ ⟨o⟩
/a a: ʲa ʲa:/ ⟨a ā ea eā⟩

Next:
/m n/
/p b t d c q ʡ ʔ/
/s ʒ/
/ɸ f v θ x ʍ ɣ w χ ʁ ħ ʕ h/
/ɾ/
/r ʀ ʜ ʢ/
/l ʎ/

/i ɪ y ʏ ɨ ʉ u ʊ/
/e ɘ ɵ ɤ o/
/ɛ ɜ ɞ ʌ/
/a ɐ ɒ/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by All4Ɇn » 15 Sep 2019 15:28

/m n/ <m n>
/p b t d c q ʡ ʔ/ <p b t d c k q '>
/s ʒ/ <s z>
/ɸ f v θ x ʍ ɣ w χ ʁ ħ ʕ h/ <ph f v th ch wh g w kh gh ħ â h>
/ɾ/ <r>
/r ʀ ʜ ʢ/ <rr rh hh grh>
/l ʎ/ <l ly>

/i ɪ y ʏ ɨ ʉ u ʊ/ <ī i ȳ y ï ü ū u>
/e ɘ ɵ ɤ o/ <ē ê ô ë ō>
/ɛ ɜ ɞ ʌ/ <e ä ė o>
/a ɐ ɒ/ <a ȧ ā>

Next:
/ŋ ɴ/
/k ɡ q ɢ ʡ ʔ/
/k͡x ɡ͡ɣ q͡χ ʡ͡ʢ ʔ͡h/
/x ɣ χ ʁ ħ ʕ h ɦ/
/ɰ ʁ̞ ʕ̞ ʔ̞/
/ɢ̆ ʀ ʟ̠/

/ɯ u/
/ɤ o/
/ɑ/

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Re: Romanization game #2

Post by ɶʙ ɞʛ » 16 Sep 2019 17:26

/ŋ ɴ/ <n ń>
/k ɡ q ɢ ʡ ʔ/ <t d ʈ đ ꝁ +>
/k͡x ɡ͡ɣ q͡χ ʡ͡ʢ ʔ͡h/ <tθ dð ʈx ꝁj +h>
/x ɣ χ ʁ ħ ʕ h ɦ/ <θ ð x ɓ ħ j h ɨ>
/ɰ ʁ̞ ʕ̞ ʔ̞/ <ꝥ ƀ ɉ 1>
/ɢ̆ ʀ ʟ̠/ <r ǂ l>

/ɯ u/ <i u>
/ɤ o/ <e o>
/ɑ/ <a>

/m n̪ ȵ n̺ ɳ ŋ/
/p t̪ ȶ t̺ ʈ k/
/ɸ θ ɕ s̺ ʂ h/
/w l̪ j r̺ ɻ/

Consonant/vowel harmony: All coronals in one word must be front, back, apical, or laminal.

Front laminal: /ɪ u æ/
Back laminal: /i y e/
Front apical: /ə o ɑ/
Back apical: /e ɞ æ/

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