The Synchronic and Diachronic Phonology of Ejectives
Psychology Press, 2002 - 375 ページ
This study is the first book-length examination of ejectives and their phonological patterning, deepening the empirical understanding of ejectives and contributing to both phonological theory and to typologies of sound change.
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affricates allophonic alternations analysis aspirated assimilation bilabial Catford Chapter Circassian cited clusters Colarusso consonantal constraint constricted glottis coronal debuccalization default deglottalization deletion diachronic dialects dissimilation dorsal ejective to voiced ejective voicing evidence example feature c.g. feature geometry fission free variation fricative fusion Gamkrelidze and Ivanov geminate Georgian glide Gloss glottal stop Glottalic Theory glottalized consonants glottis Hausa implosives Individual Place Feature involving Jicaque Kabardian Kashaya Kenstowicz labial Ladefoged languages laryngeal features Laryngeal node lenition Leslau Lezgian Linguistics Lombardi Maddieson Mingrelian morpheme nasal neutralization notes obstruents occurs onset Oral Cavity Oromo palatal pharyngeal phonetic phonological place of articulation plain voiceless plosives prefix preserved proposed reconstruction reduplicated release representation rule secondary articulation segments sonorant sound change specified spread glottis Steriade structure suffix syllable syllable-final synchronic Thompson undergo underlying University uvular velar ejective vocal voiced consonants voiced stops voiceless consonants voiceless stops voiceless unaspirated vowel word-final
x ページ - ... confined to the respective values for which we find abundant evidence. In fact Hittite seems to show the suffix -x- in one or two deverbative nouns with u immediately before the suffix. GLOTTALIZED CONTINUANTS IN NAVAHO, NOOTKA, AND KWAKIUTL (WITH A NOTE ON INDO-EUROPEAN) EDWARD SAPIR YAM: UNIVERSITY 1. It is well known that a very large number of American Indian languages number among their phonemes glottalized stops and affricates (eg p, t, it, q, k°, qw, c, <5).