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Nik Taylor wrote:

> What do you mean by "aspirated vowels"?  Do you mean voiceless vowels?
> There are some natlangs that have that phonemically, altho I can't think
> of any examples right now.

Comanche, Ute, and the rest of the Numic branch of Uto-Aztecan.  Too
bad Dirk Elzinga has not rejoined the list, he would be a great source
for these.
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