Yeah, whatever, I have no idea what that means. All I was pointing out is if there was no l in the English word soldier, it would probably not be pronounced with that hard j sound (that is really more of a blend of the d and j sound), instead it would likely be pronounced as so deer
or so dee ur
. Merriam-Webster's pronunciation guide for the word breaks it down thusly: sol·dier \ˈsōl-jər\
(notice the d is omitted entirely, yet it would be the dominant sound in the rendering Parodier
). Anyway, that's my last statement on the issue, I am obviously extremely ignorant in matters of linguistics, so I will bow before your superior sagacity.