Re: Transcriptions of "Unicode"

From: Richard Cook (rscook@socrates.Berkeley.EDU)
Date: Fri Jan 12 2001 - 13:16:37 EST wrote:
> On 01/12/2001 10:33:48 AM Marco Cimarosti wrote:
> >Is that k aspirated?
> It is for any English speakers I've ever met.
I think the question about aspiration of this k relates to the fact that
it is at the onset of a word-medial unstressed syllable. So, although it
is aspirated, the aspiration might not be as pronounced as it would be
in a stressed and/or word-initial environment.

BTW, in a very close transcription, if one is using superscription
(position above baseline) and relative size reduction to indicate
aspiration, I suppose that degree of superscription or the size or both
could be modulated to indicate degree of aspiration?

Or perhaps just mark-up the unsuperscripted aspiration indicator, to
note degree of aspiration ... however you would like to measure that.

I guess you see what I'm hinting at ...

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