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Re: spelling of u/w in English modes [was: How do I write "I"]

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  • j_mach_wust
    ... If I remember correctly. Unless you count the samples in DTS 17, 18, 23 that lack the dot below, but I think these are mistakes. ... j. mach wust
    Message 1 of 6 , Oct 25, 2004
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      Dave wrote:
      >
      > > I think both features, the single 'l' and the missing 'e' show us
      > > that these samples are to be understood as samples of phonemic
      > > English tehtar modes. The 'missing e' is of especial interest,
      > > since in other phonemic English modes (both in the very well
      > > attested full writing modes and in the few words of tehtar modes,
      > > that is, in the word "Britain" /britn/ in DTS 39), syllabic
      > > consonants like the 'n' in /rivndel/ are normally marked with a
      > > dot below (e.g. DTS 23 "welcome" /welkm/, "little" /litl/).
      >
      > So this is the only known example of "missing" (intended or not)
      > dots under syllabic consonants, I gather?

      If I remember correctly. Unless you count the samples in DTS 17, 18,
      23 that lack the dot below, but I think these are mistakes.

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