Fonetitsheskaja struktura slova i tipy padezhnyh allomorfov v komi jazyke. Word Phonetic Structure and Allomorphic Case Endings in Komi

Linguistica Uralica Xlv
2009 Linguistica Uralica   unpublished
Word Phonetic Structure and Allomorphic Case Endings in Komi Allomorphic variation of Komi case endings depends on: (1) whether the final sound of the word is (a) a vowel or a consonant or (b) a velar or a palatal sound, and (2) the quality of the vowel of the preceding syllable. Depending on the word final sound being a vowel or a consonant, four kinds of allo-morphs can be distinguished which may differ by: (a) presence/absence of suffix-initial vowel, (b) presence/absence of suffix-initial
more » ... of suffix-initial consonant, (c) quantity of the suffix-initial sound (single or double consonant, long or short vowel), (d) quality of the suffix-initial consonant. The allomorphic variation of Komi case endings, which is due to apocope of the stem vowel, has its roots in the Proto-Permian period.
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