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T. A. McLeay wrote:
> Henrik Theiling wrote:
>> Hi!
>>
>> Yesterday I was wondering what interesting stuff could happen to an
>> /y/ phoneme?  Same question about the lax variant /Y/.

> 
[Snip a bunch of examples]

Oh, also I forgot Korean, where I think /y/ and /2/ have generally
become in recent times /wi/ and /we/. That's almost boring, but invites
the possibility of a suffix apparently causing an epenthetic segment at
a distance (e.g. ti+pas > twipas).

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Tristan.