From: Doug Ewell (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Nov 05 2003 - 13:10:58 EST
I need someone to think of a quick example, off the top of their head,
of a language (and example word) that uses the voiced velar fricative,
the voiced equivalent of the 'ch' in Scottish 'loch'. The IPA symbol
for this sound is [ɣ], or U+0263.
The more commonly known the language, the better (i.e. no South American
languages with 200 speakers, please).
This is a personal query. Please reply OFF-LIST unless you can think of
some way this topic would interest the list at large.
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