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# File: ch_ch_FONIPA.txt
# Generated from CLDR
#
# Transformation from Chamorro (ch) to its IPA transcription (ch_FONIPA).
#
# http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamorro_language#Orthography
# http://www.omniglot.com/writing/chamorro.htm
# http://guampedia.com/chamorro-orthography-rules/
# http://finochamoru.blogspot.com/2009/04/leksion-chamoru-pronunsiasion.html
#
# Recorded sound samples: http://www.chamorro.com/fino/fino.html
#
# http://guampedia.com/chamorro-orthography-rules/ lists in section 3.b)
# graphemes that would be used for loanwords/proper names. Most examples
# are Spanish. Our rules thus generate the Spanish sounds [θ], [x], [β]
# and [w] even though these sounds are not used by the Chamorro language.
::Lower;
::NFC;
\' ʔ;
ʔ;
# The IPA chart from Omniglot appears to be mixing up [æ] and [ɑ] when
# explaining how to pronounce ‹a› and ‹å›. The language course on
# finochamoru.blogspot.com copies the pronunciation chart from Omniglot,
# but then explains that ‹å› gets prounounced like in English ‹father›,
# which would be [ɑ]. Also, the sound samples on www.chamorro.com pronounce
# ‹a› as [æ] and ‹å› as [ɑ].
a æ;
å ɑ;
b b;
ch t\u0361s;
{c} [eéií] θ; # loanwords
c k; # loanwords
d d;
e e;
f f;
gu ɡʷ;
g ɡ;
h h;
i i;
j x ; # loanwords
k k;
l l;
m m;
ng ŋ;
ñ ɲ;
n n;
o o;
p p;
{qu} [eéiíy] k; # loanwords
q k; # loanwords
rr r;
r ɾ;
s s;
t t;
u u;
v β; # loanwords
w w; # loanwords
{x} h?[aáåeéiíoóuú$] ks; # loanwords
{x} [^aáåeéiíoóuú$] s; # loanwords
x ks ; # loanwords
# Wikipedia [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamorro_language#Orthography]
# writes that ‹y› gets pronounced as [d\u0361z], while Omniglot says [d\u0361ʒ].
y d\u0361z;
\- \.; # hyphen is a syllable boundary, eg ‹sena-ta›
# Handle geminated consonants.
::Null;
bb bː;
dd dː;
ff fː;
ɡɡ ɡː;
hh hː;
kk kː;
ll lː;
mm mː;
nn nː;
pp pː;
rr rː;
ss sː;
tt tː;
::NFC;