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It could labialize the stop making it /p/.



On Sun, Feb 26, 2012 at 6:35 PM, Peter Collier
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> A quick straw poll:
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> I have a RomLang where some elision of final vowels could leave me with
> word
> final /kw/. This is a phonotactic no-no, but  I can't decide which way to
> go
> with that stranded /w/. I could vocalise it to /U/, or I could just drop it
> and leave the bare /k/.
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> Whither?
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