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This is for a language I invented long ago, but did not consider the current
problem. In Mayeemae Vuumae [J@je:m{ vu:m{], certain consonants become
palatals. If <l> [l] becomes <ll> [L], then a postalveolar trill [r] or
tap/flap [4] becomes palatal, but how does one represent it in X-SAMPA? [R]
(my analogical preference) is used for a voiced uvular fricative, but any
uvular fricative is lacking in Mayeemae Vuumae.

Also, is there a symbol indicating postalveolar.


"commune id vitium est, hic vivimus ambitiosa
paupertate"
"this is our common fault; here we live in ostentatious poverty"
Juvenal, Satires 3.182-3

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