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cases of allography or homography. A graph could represent more than one speech sound, e.g. Mon graphs ṣ and s spellings as in kṣīw, pṣuk, kusīw, suk infer one sound /s/. On the other hand, a speech sound could also be represented by more than one graph, e.g. Mon cap as an alternant of cup, cip

In: Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale