occasional observations on English pronunciation features, phonetics, teaching and learning
And probably some Indian names with -th = [t]. Historically 'amaranth'.
Not ending in [ð] or [θ]? Words spelt -gth at the end.
Such as? 'Length' and 'strength' have [θ].
Correct Phillip, I was too hasty. I was really thinking of -ght: ought etc. But that breaks Petr's criteria (-ht not -th). You seem to be on the right track.
Absinth? Usually this corresponds to [θ], though, otherwise the spelling absinthe is used.
Bit of a stretch, but one might argue it's (alternatively) pronounced [tθ] in words with -nth.
Ah, musth. So I was right about an Indian language.
Yes, Phillip, you were right indeed.