Gamale Kham phonology revisited, with Devanagari-based orthography and lexicon
The purpose of this article is twofold. Firstly, it is a revision of certain aspects of the phonological analysis of Gamāle Khām by Wilde (2011), a lesser known Central Himalayish language spoken in midwestern Nepal. Secondly it attempts to reduce Gamāle Khām phonology to writing. The preliminary orthography suggested in this article uses the Devanāgarī script, and is supported by an interlinearised text, and a lexicon comprising approximately 1,400 headwords which have also been...[Show more]
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