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By Frank J. Wilstach

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Sprigg also uses a transcription that is based on Mainwaring, although he replaces ch by c and chh by ch. Sprigg adds an apostrophe to indicate an initial glottal stop, and to avoid the suggestion of disyllabicity in words with an initial Ü he chooses to romanise this initial as 'y- instead of with Mainwaring’s ay-. (Sprigg 1983: 305). PHONOLOGY AND ORTHOGRAPHY 39 The system of transliteration used in Siiger and Rischel’s monograph (1967) is in principle the same as Grünwedel’s system, but for typographical reasons some diacritics are replaced by consonants.

In syllable-final position, /k/ is found to be realised as a voiceless unreleased dorso-velar stop [k ], usually reinforced with a simultaneous glottal stop [ k ], as is the case in kakyók [k kj k ] ‘nine’. kacer lúk ál ik^ kít rXa rák Aai ) ákrím kcRe lXUALa [k c r] [luk l] [kji t ] [r k ] [ a krim] ‘wheat’ ‘tomorrow’ ‘snatch’ ‘search, examine’ ‘bitter’ The phoneme /kh/ is an aspirated voiceless dorso-velar stop [kh]. The phoneme /kh/ occurs only in syllable-initial, not in syllable-final position.

The phoneme /ñ/ occurs only in syllableinitial, not in syllable-final position. J nyók iJ+ nyín JDe iJOlB [ t] [ i lo p ] [ k] [ in] ‘two’ ‘earlobe’ ‘delay’ ‘milk’ The phoneme /t/ is realised as a voiceless dental stop [t], or as a voiceless alveolar stop [t]. The phoneme /t/ is truly dental in that the tip of the tongue actually touches the back of the teeth. In syllablefinal position, /t/ is found to be realised as a voiceless unreleased dental [t ] or alveolar stop [t ], usually reinforced with a simultaneous glottal stop, like [ t ] or [ t ].

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