Mark J. Reed wrote: > On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 11:31 AM, David McCann<[log in to unmask]> wrote: >> Purquì? S' iscrivi "gh" pur /ǰ/ in Liburnes — no teni nigỳn disavantagh. > > It's just a convention thing. I'm used to seeing the spelling "gh" > used to explicitly mark a <g> as "hard" (that is, [g]) where a bare > <g> might possibly be interpreted as "soft" ([dZ]). So using <gh> to > *mean* [dZ] feels exactly backwards to me. > > The other common use for <gh> is of course for [G]. So far Deini is the only conlang I have with /G/. The Deini letter is romanized as <q>.