Who's got the right one, baby (UH-HUH)?
Mark A. Mandel
mamandel at LDC.UPENN.EDU
Thu Dec 9 17:01:58 UTC 2004
I love Webster's (NID3) solution to the phonetics of 'uh-huh': within the
usual backslashes we find not the usual symbols or any approximation
thereof, but the prose statement \a disyllabic sound with m-sounds at the
beginning & end, an h-like interval of voicelessness between, & heavier
stress on the first member...\
Meaning they don't consider it phonemic.
[This text prepared with Dragon NaturallySpeaking.]
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