Hey i was wondering: since i am after you in the relay, then i should have the lexicon; where is it?the pat5005 15:52, October 2, 2014 (UTC)pat5005

I'll add it, I promise. xD I just haven't gotten that far yet. xP It'll be up before it gets to your turn.
[This has been a Public Service Announcement from your Friendly Neighbourhood Despot.] 20:32, October 2, 2014 (UTC)

It's like some weird combination of Estonian and Icelandic sort of, with some Western Armenian because the weird stops. Also ʃnɛːkʰɯf. Phönix1 (talk) 19:37, November 2, 2015 (UTC)

Yehh. >:D I agree that word is weird, lol. I'm still iffy on the phonotactics of this lang. What weird stops though?
[This has been a Public Service Announcement from your Friendly Neighbourhood Admin.] 19:48, November 2, 2015 (UTC)

Considering Estonian is AK's favorite language, it's not really surprising. I don't know what he thinks about Icelandic but I think it's badass. Still not sexy for me though.
Mayhaps the "weird stops" are the aspirated(-only) voiceless plosives, I associate that with WArmenian as well. --Kauf the Trader (Offers go here) 11:27, January 21, 2016 (UTC)

Voicing and Aspiration in Plosives[]

In the phonologycal inventory we have voiced unaspirated plosives and voiceless aspirated ones. This doesn't make a lot of sense. For me the considerable possibilities are two:

  • voiced and voiceless unaspirated stops;
  • voiced and voiceless aspirated stops.

I sincerely think that the first hypothesis is better, because all other manners of articulation do not have aspiration. But the choice is yours. 

xhunahpú (talk) 14:58, September 7, 2016 (UTC)