pmcgraw at LINFIELD.EDU
Thu Jul 1 16:04:15 UTC 1999
In Turkish orthography (according to my Teach Yourself Turkish book) c
has the same value as the j in English orthography. If the newspapers
are passing on the correct Turkish spelling, the O in Ocalan's name
indicates a mid back rounded vowel. However, if they are simply ignoring
a dieresis over the O (just as we are forced to in ASCII) , then the
first vowel is mid front rounded.
On Thu, 1 Jul 1999 11:33:22 -0400 Beverly Flanigan
<flanigan at OAK.CATS.OHIOU.EDU> wrote:
> I've heard [och at lan] more often (ch=[c] with hachek, @=schwa). Others?
> At 09:54 AM 7/1/99 -0500, you wrote:
> >Speaking of Dokic, I'm mystified by Ocalan (as in Abdullah Ocalan, the
> Kurd >leader), pronunciation (I think) /@rdjalan/ (based on the ADS IPA
> symbols >for e-mail). Is that correct? I have heard the last two
> vowels pronounced >various ways.
> > >Thanks,
> >Jessie >
Peter A. McGraw
pmcgraw at linfield.edu
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