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Big Book of Erávahal Phonology (E Iodhámvaer Voior)
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ConsonantStandardPalatalisedOther
ssɕ
xθθʲ
ttc
dððʲ
mm
nnɲ
llʎ
rɾɾʲ
ckctɕ, before u
ç, before any other plosive
hhx, before u
ç, before any plosive (marginal)
gɣj
ff
pp
vvp, after s
b, after m
f, after p

VowelPronunciationLong VowelLong PronunciationIntervocalic Pronunciation
eɛkɛ:h,j1
ooqo:v (marginal)
uʉwu:v
aabɑ:
iijy:j

1h intervocalically, j between a consonant and a vowel
DiphthongPronunciationIntervocalic Pronunciation
ngɲ
aeæ
aiaɪ,ɛ2aj,h,j3
aoɔ
aqɔ:
auav
eiɛɪ, ɛ:4ɛj,çɪ,ç5
oaɑ
obo:
oeø
oivə, øj6və, øj6
qj(marginal)və:və:
ouov
uaə
ubə:
uiʏ
uoʊv
uqʊ:v

2word-initially, ɛ otherwise
3 aj word-initially, h intervocalically, j between a consonant and a vowel
4 ɛ: word-finally, ɛɪ otherwise
5 ɛj word-initially, çɪ following a vowel,intervocalically
6following a vowel, øj preceding a vowel
Palatalisation
Consonants are palatalised in several ways:

s and g are palatalised whenever they precede a front vowel, excepting /a/. g is reduced to /ɛ:/ when preceding j

Any consonant is palatalised if preceding a palatalised g

Any consonant is palatalised if preceding the intervocalic forms of e, k, i or j

h is palatalised when following /j/
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