easy way to type it:    s@psilp

Lolly Metcalf’s South Slough Milluk

Americanist Phonetic


[ səpsɪ́lp ],


[ səpsɪ́lp ]

[ səpˈsɪlp ],


[ səpˈsɪlp ]

Instant Phonetic Englishization:  supp_silp, for Lolly’s pronunciation, sipp_silp for Annie’s. 

A Sound Correspondence: With this word, we have a single example of a would-be sound correspondence where Lolly has schwa [ ə ] where Annie has [ ɪ ].  We have a number of examples of the opposite sound correspondence, where Annie has schwa [ ə ] where Lolly has [ ɪ ], but that opposite sound correspondence has the vowel occurring before the consonant L [ l ].  

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Annie Miner Peterson’s Milluk

Exactly Jacobs’ transcription

Americanist Phonetic & IPA


[ sɪpsɪ́lp


[ sɪpˈsɪlp ]