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Matt Pearson asked:


> Carlos Thompson wrote:
>
> >Most of the bases of Hangkerimce is the language of the Hembica people,
> >which is pronounced (in modern Hangkerim) as /hEmbiCA/ or /?EmbiCA/...
I'm
> >not sure were it is stressed.
>
> What do /C/ and /A/ stand for again?

// (c cedilla) and script a in IPA, which mean voiceless palatal fricative
and low back unrounded vowel respectively.

-- Carlos Th