easily written as:  guusminʼ  

for AMP: 


or: guusmin

Lolly Metcalf’s South Slough Milluk

Annie Miner Peterson’s Milluk

Americanist Phonetic


Exactly Jacobs’ transcription

Americanist Phonetic & IPA

[ gu·smɪnʔ̚ ], after saying it first like ‘goose’_‘mint’

[ ɡuˑsmɪnʔ̚ ] after saying it first like ‘goose’_‘mint’

gu·s_min (39 times), 

gu·s_miɴ (8 times)

[ gu·smɪn ]


[ ɡuˑsmɪn ]

(for the 39 times)    

Instant Phonetic Englishization: goos_min, like English ‘goose’ and ‘mint’, said as one word, but without actually saying the t at the end, but ending the word as abruptly as if one were ending it with t. 

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