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> From: Lee <[log in to unmask]>
> > From: Andreas Johansson 
> > I suddenly feel guilty about having /T D D~/ in Meghean.
> > 
> 
> Not sure I'd call it guilt, but I also feel less than enthused about using /T D/ 
> in my conlang.

No need to feel guilty or blue, change the analysis: All languages have /T/ and /D/, it's just that some languages have no [T] or [D]. For instance, Japanese might have /T/ -> [t] and [ts] but never [T]. It's crazy phonology, but people have done crazier things. :)

-- Paul