Date: Tue May 27 2003 - 08:32:08 EDT
> Kent, the symbol used in linguistics is not the Danish capital vowel;
> it is the empty set symbol.
One more linguistic usage sample (don't have any linguistic books at my desk,
so I'll have to resort to googling)-- the Finnish "consonant gradation":
And I can assure you that the Finnish consonant gradation does not change
'k' to the Danish vowel :-) It simply means "disappears" (or in reverse,
"appears from nothing").
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