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On Thu, Sep 16, 2004 at 09:53:26PM +0200, Rodlox wrote:
> unnamed language.
> concept: narration-based [all Implied First Person]
>
> phoneme pronounciation:
> gh (like "GHent" in Holland)
> jy (like "DJoser" in Ancient Egyptian)
> sy (like in East European languages)
> zy (like in East European languages)

Can someone tell me what these mean?

> kh (like "KHaan" in Mongolian)

I assume that's [x].

> o  (like "cOt" & "Octopus")
> u  (like "tUt & "bUnk")
> I  (like "tIn" & "pIn"
> ii  (like "sIght" and "strIve")

FYI, using a spelling based on the letter I for that sound is a very
highly marked English influence.

> s'aih = you
> s'aoh = they
> s'aeh = other

Okay, I didn't see "h" anywhere in your list -  how is it pronounced?

-Marcos