Error during command authentication.
Error - unable to initiate communication with LISTSERV (errno=104). The server is probably not started.
>>lars.finsen@... wrote: >>But one thing I am considering is to unvoice an m before >>unvoiced stops and s. Curiously I don't find a symbol for this in >>the Sampa chart. Is this something that's simply not done, or what? >JR <fuscian@...> wrote: >There's no separate symbol for it, but you can always put a little >circle underneath (or above, for a character has a descender) to show >voicelessness. In X-SAMPA it's _0. And voiceless nasals are found in >many languages, phonetically as well as phonemically. There is an unvoiced "m" in Senjecas. I use the little circle above when it is available. In X-Sampa I use /m_0/. In the standard orthography of the language I use the IPA symbol "m-hook" when available. Here on the list I use "mh." I use the "h" digraph here to represent the four unvoiced sonorants: mh, rh, lh, jh. I have read that there is an unvoiced "m" as an allophone in English. It occurs after another unvoiced consonant: smoke. Charlie http://wiki.frath.net/senjecas