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On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, D Tse wrote:

> >No, that's *definitely* not glottalized, but tensed obstruents.  Under
> >http://yhl.freeservers.com/links2.html#LANG I have a link to a Korean
> >language website that has audio clips, which is probably the fastest way
> >to figure out what's going on as far as learning what it sounds like.
>
> I knew I'd seen it somewhere! It's the very site you linked to that
> says "pp" et alia is known as glottalised!
>
> http://catcode.com/kintro/peas.htm
>
> Does anyone care to comment on what the technical name *should* be?

Very puzzling!  Because those sounds sure as heck don't *sound*
glottalized to me.  <shaking head>  Anyone know?

YHL