10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LARYNGEALLY»
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Phasing and Recoverability
(22) In the following subsections, after discussing laryngeally simplex systems, I
discuss the phonetic motivation for the serial production of tone and non-modal
phonation in laryngeally complex systems. I then investigate cross-linguistic ...
Daniel Doron Silverman, 1997
Studies in the History of the English Language II: Unfolding ...
On the other hand, like in Noyer (1992), only fricatives are targeted by Verner's
Law because they are the only segments which are “laryngeally empty.” Namely,
fricatives are assumed as specified for [continuant], but unspecified for laryngeal
Anne Curzan, Kimberly Emmons, 2004
The Internal Organization of Phonological Segments
Such nasals can be termed "laryngeally modified nasals". In this paper, I focus on
one type of laryngeally modified nasal, that of aspirated nasals. A more general
aim of this paper is to provide a theoretical interpretation of the relation between ...
Marc van Oostendorp, Jeroen Maarten van de Weijer, 2005
The Dialect Laboratory: Dialects as a Testing Ground for ...
(Maddieson 1984: 132), this exception to his theory would disappear. On the
other hand, the typology of TGTM conservative dialects remains exceptional for
his classification of the world languages into only two types: “laryngeally complex
Gunther De Vogelaer, Guido Seiler, 2012
Existential Faithfullness: A Study of Reduplicative TETU, ...
3.4 Case study: Cuzco Quechua In Cuzco Quechua, roots may contain at most
one laryngeally marked segment (MacEachern 1999; Parker and Weber 1996,
following Rowe 1950; On and Longacre 1968; Carenko 1975; Mannheim 1991).
Caro Struijke, Laurence Horn, 2014
The Sonority Controversy
It is unclear whether creaky voice and hoarse whisper are better treated as sound
sources or as laryngeally impeded relatives of voice and breath, so I have not
included laryngeally constricted categories in either the source or aperture scales
Korean Loanword Phonology: Perceptual Assimilation and ...
English, like Korean, employs [spread glottis] in its fortis stop series (/ph, t*1, kh/),
leaving so-called "voiced" or lenis stops (/b, d, g/ 9) as laryngeally neutral ([ ])
segments. The phonemic representations for Korean and English obstruents then
The Blackwell companion to phonology. 4. Phonological interfaces
Final fortition, in sum, affects the class of laryngeally empty obstruent
configurations as per the refinement of (7b) given in (11), attracting the feature [
spread] to a final Laryngeal node that is otherwise empty, or unmarked. The
situation in ...
Marc van Oostendorp, 2011
Studies on German-language Islands
The overall average can definitely be considered laryngeally neutral, and the
average for tokens followed by a 'pause' is even lower still. The tokens followed
by a pause (and/or phrase final) are almost exclusively laryngeally neutral given
Issues in Biological and Life Sciences Research: 2011 Edition
(2010 SEP 7) University of Munster, Steinfurt: Laryngeally echolocating bats
Research findings, 'Laryngeally echolocating bats,' are discussed in a new report
. According to recent research published in the journal Nature, “Echolocation of
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LARYNGEALLY»
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Ricky Martin Is Not Alone
Israel has also given us the laryngeally talented Yehonathan, no less appealing in voice and timbre, but with a little more facial and, I assume, ... «Huffington Post, Aug 12»
Homing In on Mammalian Echolocation
Like the laryngeally echolocating bats of today, however, its stylohyal bones appear to have connected to its tympanic bones (although the ... «Scientific American, Jan 10»