On Mon, 23 Oct 2000, Yoon Ha Lee wrote:
> I'm working my way through an introductory phonology/phonetics book and
> trying to overhaul the phonology of Chevraqis. What I have, tentatively,
> is (using Kirschenbaum):
> (p) b t d c k
> m n
> (f) v s z S Z C x
Oops, forgot one more question--would it be too odd to use "q" for /x/?
And I just noticed that /c/ and /C/ also have voiced versions which
aren't represented, and the asymmetry of that worries me too.
Sorry--very scatterbrained today. Lots of errands to run.