simon at IPFW.EDU
Tue Sep 2 22:16:31 UTC 2003
"dog" in Hindi and in Urdu is kutta (short /u/ (vowels have length),
double dental (not retroflex) /t/. I don't have access to devanagari or
perso-arabic script on this email system.
beth lee simon, ph.d.
associate professor, linguistics and english
indiana university purdue university
fort wayne, in 46805-1499
voice 260 481 6761; fax 260 481 6985
email simon at ipfw.edu
>>> douglas at NB.NET 9/2/2003 5:07:42 PM >>>
>'Pooch,' he said, 'is Hindustani for dog. ....'
I don't think so.
-- Doug Wilson
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