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Qoliet [QOL]
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Typology New 72 words Qoliet
kˤulyetˤe
[quljɛt̃ˤɛ]*
Registered by Jutomi on 24 July 2019
Language type Not specified
Species Human/humanoid
Sample of QolietCan't find any yet.
Latest vocabulary
ʕuunneutral
maaganbad
pˤezlangood
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvularPharyngealGlottal
Nasal m n       ŋ1      
Plosive p p̃ˤ b b̃ˤ t t̃ˤ d2 d̃ˤ       k3 g4 q   ʔ ʔ̃ˤ
Fricative   s s̃ˤ z z̃ˤ [z̩]5 (ʃ) ʒ ʒ̃ˤ [ʝ]6   x   ħ̃7 ʕ̃8 ɦ
Affricate   t͡s t͡s̃ˤ t͡ʃ d͡ʒ̃ˤ9     [k͡x̠]10      
Lateral approximant   l              
Approximant       j w        
Implosive             [ʛ]11    
  1. realization g̃ˤ and j̃ˤ
  2. dental; alveolar before /l/, making a potentially phonemic lateral series (i.e. /dˡ/)
  3. voiceless consonants not aspirated
  4. series may be palatalized before j (/gj/ → [ɟ] or [gʲ])
  5. sometimes in coda position, given it's the only non-sonorant that appears there, allophone of /z/
  6. anywhere, especially before /i/, allophone of /j/
  7. ħ~h̃ depending on dialect; analyzed as the nasalized counterpart to /x/
  8. may be considered the nasalized counterpart to /ɦ/
  9. devoiced in front-nasal dialect
  10. front-nasal dialectal variation, allophone of /q/
  11. Most prominently after /a/; may be epiglottal, allophone of /ʔ̃ˤ/
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i i:   u u:
Close-mid     [o]1 [o:]2
Mid   [ə]3  
Open-mid ɛ ɛ:    
Open a a:   [ɑ]4 [ɑ:]5
Polyphthongs [əɪ]6
  1. after nasalized consonants, allophone of /u/
  2. frequent after nasalized consonants, allophone of /u:/
  3. free variation after unnasalized consonants, allophone of /a/
  4. after nasalized consonants, allophone of /a/
  5. after nasalized consonants, allophone of /a:/
  6. after nasalized consonants, allophone of /i/
Syllable Structure(C)(l/N)V(n/m/l/z), where (N) indicates a nasalized series that can not be followed by /l/.
The exceptions are /n/, which replaces /l/ after /ʒ/ and /t͡ʃ/,
and glottal consonants, which cannot follow nor be followed by another consonant.
All syllables must start with an onset.
Stress informationThe first instance of the longest syllable. If all syllables are the same length, the first syllable.
Exceptions apply.
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Qoliet. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 QolietOrthography [edit]
'//-/ʔ//ʔ̃ˤ/, [ʛ]1Aa/a/, [ɑ]2, [ə]3AA aa/a:/, [ɑ:]4Bb/b/Bˤ bˤ/b̃ˤ/CH ch/t͡ʃ/Dd/d/5Dˤ dˤ/d̃ˤ/Ee/ɛ/
EE ee/ɛ:/Gg/g/6Hh/ɦ/Hˤ hˤ/ħ̃/7Ii/i/, [əɪ]8II ii/i:/Jˤ jˤ/d͡ʒ̃ˤ/9Kk/k/10Kˤ kˤ/q/, [k͡x̠]11Ll/l/Mm/m/
Nn/n/NG ng/ŋ/12Pp/p/Pˤ pˤ/p̃ˤ/Ss/s/SH sh/ʃ/13Sˤ sˤ/s̃ˤ/Tt/t/TS ts/t͡s/TSˤ tsˤ/t͡s̃ˤ/Tˤ tˤ/t̃ˤ/
Uu/u/, [o]14UU uu/u:/, [o:]15Ww/w/Xx/x/Yy/j/Zz/z/, [z̩]16ZH zh/ʒ/ZHˤ zhˤ/ʒ̃ˤ/Zˤ zˤ/z̃ˤ/ʕ/ʕ̃/17
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. Most prominently after /a/; may be epiglottal
  2. after nasalized consonants
  3. free variation after unnasalized consonants
  4. after nasalized consonants
  5. dental; alveolar before /l/, making a potentially phonemic lateral series (i.e. /dˡ/)
  6. series may be palatalized before j (/gj/ → [ɟ] or [gʲ])
  7. ħ~h̃ depending on dialect; analyzed as the nasalized counterpart to /x/
  8. after nasalized consonants
  9. devoiced in front-nasal dialect
  10. voiceless consonants not aspirated
  11. front-nasal dialectal variation
  12. realization g̃ˤ and j̃ˤ
  13. loan words only
  14. after nasalized consonants
  15. frequent after nasalized consonants
  16. sometimes in coda position, given it's the only non-sonorant that appears there
  17. may be considered the nasalized counterpart to /ɦ/
Typological information for Qoliet


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