Wp/shi/Tutlayt Tayart

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Ayr Tamajeq (Tayiṛt) tga yat tmzarayt n Tamacq lli igan s yixf-nns yat zzɣ tutlayin titwargin. Ar si-s sawaln itwargin lli izdɣn ɣ idrarn n Ayr ɣ Tsga n Agadz ɣ Nnijr.

Ethnologue ibder snat tntlayin: Ayr (Tayert) d Tanassfarwat (Tamagarast/Tamesgrest). Blench (2006) yanni is gant timzarayin-ad snat tutlayin bḍanin. Ismmu Ingal d Gofat zun d tintlayin n Ayr/Tayirt d Azerori zun d tantala n Tamesgrest.

Tasnmslit

Iɣritn

Iɣritn gzzulnin
Front Central Back
High i ə u
Mid e ă o
Low a
Imslitn imsislitn n iɣritn
Oral Pharyngealized
Front Central Back Front Central Back
High [i] [ɨ ~ ə] [u] [ɪˤ] [ɜˤ] [ʊˤ]
Mid [ɪ ~ e] [ɜ ~ ɐ] [ʊ ~ o] [ɛˤ ~ æˤ] [ɐˤ ~ aˤ] [ɔˤ]
Low [æ ~ a] [aˤ ~ ɑˤ]

Tirgalin

Labial Alveolar Palato-
alveolar
Velar Uvular Glottal
plain phar. plain phar. plain phar.
Plosive voiceless t (tˤ) (č) [tʃ] k q
voiced b d (ǧ) [dʒ] g
Fricative voiceless f (fˤ) s (sˤ) š [ʃ] χ h
voiced z ž [ʒ] ʁ
Nasal m (mˤ) n (nˤ) ŋ
Lateral l (ɫ)
Trill r (rˤ)
Approximant w y [j]
  • Sounds [tʃ] and [dʒ] mainly occur as allophones of /t/ and /d/ before front vowels. A velar /ŋ/ mainly appears when followed by a labio-velar /w/, or a uvular /q/[2].

Isugam

  1. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Tutlayt Tayart". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
  2. Kossmann, Maarten G. (2011). A Grammar of Ayer Tuareg (Niger). Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.