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On Thu, 9 Aug 2007 12:32:22 -0400, Ollock Ackeop wrote:

>>On 8/8/07, John Vertical <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> >On 8/6/07, R A Brown <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> >> (I'm not including |ch| which would add a whole lot more  :)
>>> >
>>> >Are there that many? I can only think of /k/, /S/, /tS/, /x/ ([X],
>>> >[C]).
>>>
>>> You can add /k_h/ (Greek loanwords)
>>
>>Do you mean "loanwords from some language into Greek" (which makes
>>little sense, since Greek is not usually written with the Latin
>>alphabet) or "loanwords from Greek into some language"? If the latter,
>>which language? If English, are you claiming a separate phoneme /k_h/
>>distinct from /k/?
>>
>>Cheers,
>>--
>>Philip Newton <[log in to unmask]>
>
>I imagine he means loans from Greek to English where the English variant
>uses /k_h/ for Greek /k/ -- in which case the letter used can be |c| or |k|
>(not sure why the difference exists, though).

I was thinking of Classical Latin, actually.

John Vertical