Here is a simple phonetic inventory. If you’re unfamiliar with any of the symbols, you can look them up at this interactive IPA chart.
|Fricative||f, v||θ, ð||s, z||ʃ, ʒ||h|
Magian syllables consist of a mandatory onset (they must start with a consonant or consonant cluster) and a rhyme where diphthongs are typically not allowed but codas are, with some restrictions. Where c=consonant, v=vowel, and optional sounds are enclosed in parenthesis, the structure of the syllable could be represented as follows:
c (c) v (c)
The first consonant can be any sound from the chart above, the second, if present, can only be a liquid, the vowel is any one vowel sound (again, no diphthongs), and the final optional consonant can be anything other than a stop or /h/.
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