Re: Glottal stop languages

Date: Thu May 29 2008 - 13:23:23 CDT

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    Karl Pentzlin <> wrote on 05/29/2008 05:22:08 AM:

    > Am Mittwoch, 28. Mai 2008 um 19:21 schrieb
    > Lso> This is the current version of the list I've got. It is tab
    > Lso> delimited. I've attempted to document various kinds of glottals.
    > Is the list intentionally confined to "glottals denoted by
    > hook-above-like or IPA-like characters" (besides the obvious
    > confinement to languages using the Latin script)?
    > Otherwise, e.g. Tlingit is missing (using U+002E full stop).
    > Also, afaik there are languages which use "basic" letters like q/Q.

    I am not attempting to document all glottals. This was mainly an attempt
    to document things that look like a straight apostrophe and I added in
    others as I came across them.


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