Marco Cimarosti wrote:
> Alf Gandson wrote:
> > Thus the conflict between an interpretation as a
> > single sound and a analysis into several sounds occurs
> > at least with affricated stops, aspirated stops and
> > diphtongs. But does it also occur with
> > syllable-initial consonant clusters such as /tr/ or
> > /kl/?
> The Latin script as used for latin has at least such a letter: <X> (= [ks]).
> The Greek alphabet as two more: <PS> and <Z> (= [ts]).

Greek <Z> is /zd/. (The Persian deity Ahuramazda can be spelled
<ahuramaza> or <ahuramasda>.)
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...