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From: "Carlos Thompson"


> Just a little nitpick in conventions.  What does consonants like /kth/
mean?
> Slanted brackets (slashes) are used to give phonetic descriptions, then
> /kth/ would mean the phonemes /k/, /t/ and /h/ (a pretty interesting
cluster
> IMO), or does /th/ mean english <th> sound? (note: angle brackets for
> orthographic conventions).  In most ASCII-IPA encodings, english voiceless
> <th> is noted as /T/, or does /th/ mean aspirated /t/ (/t_h/)?

Shameless conlang plug:

Géarthnuns allows kth in syllable initial position, that's /kT/. Such as:

kthédez    career into
kthelez     die (from a disease)
kthöileb    respective

Kou