203005Re: Terzemian Vowels (again)
- May 6, 20142014-05-06 10:22, Roman Rausch skrev:
>> >I've settled on "ы" and "ъı" for/jM/ and/M/ respectively.But what would a native speaker of Terzemian find most natural? :-)
> As a native speaker of Russian, I'd find <ы> for [ɯ] and something like <йы> for [jɯ] more natural.
Considering Ukrainian and Rusyn mappings, and what was
available in pre-Soviet printshops I'd definitely use
>These are nice. I guess one could use
>> >Less obvious are/y/, /2/, /e~/ and /A~/.
>> >Bearing in mind that the Cyrillic script was introduced back before
>> >the 19th and 20th century Russian spelling reforms, and the region was
>> >Soviet for as long as that was relevant, what do you recommend?
> For the front rounded ones Chechen uses <уь> and <оь>.
и /jɨ/ иь /ji/
ы /ɨ/ ыь /i/
but bear in mind that in lead printing one always could
rotate types to get new letters, so considering that Swedish
/y/ and /ø/ are in practice rendered by ю and е why not
> Apostrophes should also be possible, I think: <у’> and <о’>.Why not use the apostrophe to indicate nasalization?
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