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Re: Phonology Paper Released
la paulos. cusku di'e
> The IPA uses [X] (similar to lowercase Greek 'chi') to represent an
> unvoiced *uvular* fricative (check ipakeys.hlp in silip12a.exe).
> However, this symbol is consistently used throughout the paper. Does
> it mean [x] ? Are [x] and [X] accepted variants of Lojban 'x' ?
> Is [X] (uvular) the preferred version ?
Woops. [x] is correct, though I suppose [X] might work as well, provided
it isn't mistaken for [R]. I have changed [x] to [X] throughout.
John Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
e'osai ko sarji la lojban.