[Lingtyp] An ideophone for cough?
rsimone at os.uniroma3.it
Tue Mar 15 11:14:01 UTC 2022
Thanks again to everyone for the addenda.
I would like to specify, however, that I was also asking if the
ideophones have a *written counterpart *and, if so, which one it is (if
applicable, in translitteration).
l 14/03/2022 11:41, Vijay D'Souza ha scritto:
> Dear Raffaele,
> In Hrusso Aka (ISO code: hru; named 'Hruso' in Ethnologue), a language
> of North East India, the ideophone for cough is [kjoxuʔ kjoxuʔ].
> Vijay D'Souza
> On Fri, 11 Mar, 2022, 15:29 Raffaele Simone, <rsimone at os.uniroma3.it>
> Dear all,
> working on a paper on ideophones and their place in grammar and
> lexicon I happened to wonder how things are concerning cough.
> Romance languages and other which I am familiar with do not seem
> to have a standard ideophone for it and even less a stable an
> accepted written version of it.
> Do you know languages that have an ideophone for cough and even
> more a way of indicating it in writing?
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