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Opacity in Crimean Tatar: The Interaction of Vowel Harmony and Syncope

Darya Kavitskaya
2012 Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society  
In 1944, all Crimean Tatars were deported from Crimea by the Soviet government, mainly to Uzbekistan, but also to other places in the former Soviet Union, including Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and several  ...  Former inhabitants of certain areas of Crimea attempted to resettle in their native villages, but they encountered great difficulties in doing so and were forced to settle far from their original homes  ...  is acceptable from the phonotactics' point of view  ... 
doi:10.3765/bls.v38i0.3331 fatcat:343l7zb7ezaejknafxfd555snu

An Optimality Theoretic analysis of vowel harmony in Kazan Tatar

Cassidy Henry
2018 Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America  
Tatar, contrary to previous accounts.  ...  Kazan Tatar is a Kipchak language spoken in the Republic of Tatarstan (Ethnologue).  ...  The first consultant reported which words were from what language, and the second initially had difficulty with, in particular, the Russian words in isolation.  ... 
doi:10.3765/plsa.v3i1.4278 fatcat:jsxo2k7tv5bgxotatvmklb5j4u

Page 1213 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 26, Issue 3 [page]

1992 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
An experiment was conducted to compare the German plosives /g, k/ in word-initial, intervocalic, & word-final positions.  ...  Questions posed in- cluded (1) In which acoustic parameters do /g/ & /k/ differ in word- 0888-8027/92 $1.50 initial, -final, & intervocalic positions?  ... 

10. Word accent systems in the languages of Asia [chapter]

Harry van der Hulst, Rob Goedemans, Ellen van Zanten
2010 A Survey of Word Accentual Patterns in the Languages of the World  
In particular, the mapping of accent domains to morphological structures with varying degrees of complexity and the interaction of accent and phonotactics are poorly understood.  ...  In the development from Old to Middle Persian, final syllables disappeared.  ...  Within the phonological word, accent is on the final syllable and there is no secondary accent. In the course of su‰xation, the accent shifts from the root to the su‰x, cf. (89) .  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110198966.1.509 fatcat:7tewoopirfeoth6nyjxw4i3puy

The co-variation of phonology with morphology and syntax: A hopeful history

FRANS PLANK
1998 Linguistic Typology  
To substantiate them and to accommodate those that are found valid in theories of the Interface between phonology, morphology, and syntax remain äs tasks for the future. TOUT se tient?  ...  The variables that are allegedly interrelated pertain to segment inventories, the shapes of syllables, morphemes, and words, phonological or morphonological rules, tones and accents, and rhythmic or prosodic  ...  phonological phrases to be initial or final.  ... 
doi:10.1515/lity.1998.2.2.195 fatcat:2qifcdnqfzcydckeae3cjsyeyi

The co-variation of phonology with morphology and syntax: A hopeful history

Frans Plank
2017 Linguistic Typology  
To substantiate them and to accommodate those that are found valid in theories of the Interface between phonology, morphology, and syntax remain äs tasks for the future.  ...  The variables that are allegedly interrelated pertain to segment inventories, the shapes of syllables, morphemes, and words, phonological or morphonological rules, tones and accents, and rhythmic or prosodic  ...  phonological phrases to be initial or final.  ... 
doi:10.1515/lingty-2017-1007 fatcat:nhq4zcwtzvgk3pwvdsbntbhlha

"It sounds like elves talking" – Polish migrants in Aberystwyth (Wales) and their impressions of the Welsh language

Karolina Rosiak, Paulina Zydorowicz
2021 Applied Linguistics Review  
Data obtained showed that adult Poles in Aberystwyth perceive the phonetics and phonotactics of Welsh to be markedly different from that of their native Polish.  ...  Instead, such claims must be rooted in the social and ideological perceptions of the Welsh language on the part of the participants in the study.  ...  --Intramorphemic clusters may feature up 4 consonants word-initially and intervocalically and 3 consonants in the word-final position.  ... 
doi:10.1515/applirev-2020-0027 fatcat:2tluipqw6bd3xllr5txxn4xnda

9. Word accent systems in the languages of Europe [chapter]

Harry van der Hulst, Rob Goedemans, Ellen van Zanten
2010 A Survey of Word Accentual Patterns in the Languages of the World  
Both Tatar and Votyak also have initial stress in the imperative form of the verb.  ...  It is also insensitive to morphological structure. In Czech, Slovak and Sorbian primary accent falls on the initial syllable.  ...  Above, I quoted Kangasmaa-Minn (1998: 224) who mentions final accent for the eastern dialect. This could be due to influence of Tatar (Itkonen 1955) .  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110198966.1.429 fatcat:j2uild3utfegxap4kae3iqqzia

UC Berkeley Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society Title Opacity in Crimean Tatar: The Interaction of Vowel Harmony and Syncope Publication Date

Darya Kavitskaya
2014 unpublished
is acceptable from the phonotactics' point of view  ...  To solve this problem, we need to consider CT stress. From the data we observe that in CT the prominence status of the initial syllable is different for different processes.  ... 
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Morphological Markedness in an OT-Grammar: zeros and syncretism

Katya Pertsova
2014 Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Phonology  
In this paper, I propose to extend a model of grammar in which lexical spellout and phonological computation occur in the same component (e.g., serial OT with Optimal Interleaving (Wolf, 2008)) with a  ...  Analyses of both types of cases are discussed in this paper. Moreover, this model predicts tradeoffs and interactions between morphological markedness and phonological constraints.  ...  Finally, I use morphological markedness to analyze an example of Impoverishment in OT.  ... 
doi:10.3765/amp.v1i1.33 fatcat:txzy2sqhzzgzxhujytakiagt3e

Istanbul Judeo-Spanish

José Ignacio Hualde, Mahir Şaul
2011 Journal of the International Phonetic Association  
1 It should be noted that many religious texts in Rashi script are in 'Ladino', which is a distinct form of the language influenced to a much greater extent than daily speech by the syntax of Hebrew and  ...  made to help Judeo-Spanish speakers understand the liturgical texts.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to four reviewers for this journal and to the editor John Esling for comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0025100310000277 fatcat:n76gudcverfc7c5i7rt7nkkq2a

A historical morphology of Western Karaim: The -a jez- ~ -a ez- approximative

Michał Németh
2021 Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae  
It is based on 18th- and 19th-century Biblical texts which are then juxtaposed with both phonetically and morphologically atypical 20th-century data.  ...  As a response to this issue, the present article documents the Western Karaim equivalent of the Tkc. -a jaz- approximative construction.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Th e research upon which this publication is based has been awarded funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme  ... 
doi:10.1556/062.2021.00016 fatcat:jfuzqsblafddfellntawt26aha

Papers from the First Annual Meeting of the Asian Geolinguistic Society of Japan [article]

Mitsuaki ENDO
2013 Zenodo  
Yuko Okada in the laboratory of Prof. Shinsuke Kishie is used to draw maps.  ...  part of the outcomes of the collaborative research project "Field-Research Project for Analyzing the Formation Process of Japanese Dialects" carried out at the National Institute for Japanese Language and  ...  syllable-final consonants), do not show differences in their syllabic structures.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6423592 fatcat:chwfcu3konfh5ifliosevosqdm

On the reconstruction of Proto-Mari vocalism

Luobbal Sámmol Sámmol Ánte
2014 Journal of Language Relationship  
This paper critically evaluates these theories and aims to establish a solidly argued reconstruction of Proto-Mari initial-syllable vocalism.  ...  It is argued that 11 distinct vowel phonemes must be reconstructed for Proto-Mari, as opposed to 13 reconstructed by Itkonen and 7 reconstructed by Bereczki.  ...  Thus, Bereczki (1994) is still probably right in attributing the nature of the opposition of Mari full and reduced vowels to influence of Turkic languages.  ... 
doi:10.31826/jlr-2014-110113 fatcat:hpjv4to5x5ewznedyexaxtyxqe

New trends in European studies on the Altaic problem

Anna Dybo
2017 Journal of Language Relationship  
Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz) and another on the evidence that comparative verbal morphology provides to validate the Altaic hypothesis (Robbeets, Martine. 2015.  ...  Is Japanese related to Korean, Tungusic, Mongolic and Turkic?  ...  cases borrowed forms with initial voicing from Oghuz languages, and in other cases voiceless forms from Kipchak or Karluk languages.  ... 
doi:10.31826/jlr-2017-141-208 fatcat:ffridfwobnfulkftxcs7y45nhu
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