On 04-10-27 13:27, Miguel Carrasquer wrote:

> On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 11:40:10 +0200, Piotr Gasiorowski
> <gpiotr@...> wrote:

>>If lateral fricatives have their own IPA symbols, the fricated trills
>>would seem to deserve the same. I liked the unaccountably abandoned
>>longleg "r", and if anybody could think of a nice IPA symbol for its
>>voiceless counterpart, I'd be quite happy with that.
> Longleg r with voiceless diacritic ("combining ring below").

By "nice" I meant a separate letter, like the one for the voiceless
lateral fricative (X-SAMPA K), which in IPA is l with a small curlicue
across its middle. A longleg r with a similar curlicue would look nice
enough for my taste.