‘meat’,

easy way to type it:    daet

Lolly Metcalf’s Coos Bay Milluk

Americanist Phonetic

 IPA

[·t ],

 then

[·t ]  

[ dæˑt ],

 then

[ dæˑt


Instant Phonetic Englishization:  

datt, for Lolly’s version of the word with its heavy pronunciation of the ejective at the beginning of Annie’s version of the word, which is:

t!att. 

Only a Heavy Pronunciation: With this Milluk word, we only hear Lolly pronounce this word beginning with what we call a ‘heavy pronunciation’ of the consonant that is an ejective in Annie’s pronunciation of this word.  In other words, we only hear Lolly Metcalf say this Milluk word with the first consonant as the voiced stop consonant [ d ]. 

for AMP:  

     t’aet

Annie Miner Peterson’s Milluk

Exactly Jacobs’ transcription

Americanist Phonetic & IPA

 tʼɛ́·t

[ tʼæ·t

         &

[ tʼæˑt ]