10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NASALISATION»
Discover the use of nasalisation
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to nasalisation
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Explorations in Dependency Phonology
On two counts, therefore, the idea that the spreading of nasalisation ignored
these segments on the basis of their making-up jointly the class of [—cons]
segments is to be rejected. How can we, therefore, explain the phenomena of
John Anderson, Jacques Durand, 1989
A Unified Approach to Nasality and Voicing
'seni'var 'grandmother' fndun 'roots' iii. Id'Sispaxk 'wasp' sna'ttvtfan 'thread' All
these languages display short-distance nasalisation and complete longdistance
nasalisation as in (23ai), (23bi), (23ci) and (23di), and (23aii), (23bii), (23cii) and
Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives on Contact Languages
French Creole dialects often extend vowel nasalisation beyond the phenomenon
of nasalisation in standard French. But so do many French regional dialects.
French Creole dialects inherit all the nasal vowels of French (except [ce], the ...
Magnus Huber, Viveka Velupillai, 2007
Phonetically Based Phonology
Nasalisation is never contrastive on glottal stops, suggesting that *NasLaryngeal
should be high ranked, but on the other hand laryngeals are among the sounds
most susceptible to nasal harmony, implying that *NasLaryngeal should be low ...
Bruce Hayes, Robert Kirchner, Donca Steriade, 2004
Historical Grammar of Apabhraṁśa
§33] NASALISATION OF VOWELS 63 V §32. When the first vowel is -г- (or -«-), it
results into -î-, -м when combined with -г- or -a-. But when the first vowel is -«- or -
o-, it remains predominant. e.g. OIA -г-+-г->-г- : bïa<dvitïya, tîa<.trtïya. .¡.^—и->-й ...
Ganesh Vasudeo Tagare, 1987
A Grammar of Sunwar: Descriptive Grammar, Paradigms, Texts ...
Written Sunwar provides further examples of nasalisation in forms that occur
without nasalisation in modern spoken Sunwar. The noun e 'fingernail' shows
no nasalisation in the spoken language. In written Sunwar, e 'fingernail'
appears as ...
Breton Orthographies and Dialects: The Twentieth-century ...
2.17.4 Diacritic marking nasalisation The grapheme <n> was introduced into
Breton by Le Gonidec [1807: 5] who had used it for what would usually be written
<gn>, e.g. koana 'supping', kina 'scratching'. Of course in most cases there is no ...
Strength Relations in Phonology
Trigger of nasalisation b. Domain of nasalisation c. Direction of nasalisation d.
Target range of nasalisation e. Behaviour of non-targets In (13d), the 'target
range' refers to the range of segments that is compatible with nasalisation. In (
13e), the ...
Kuniya Nasukawa, Phillip Backley, 2009
A Manual of English Phonetics and Phonology: Buch
Nasalisation is a process whereby a sound, usually a vowel, is produced with a
lowered velum, which opens the passage to the nasal cavity, so that air escapes
not only through the mouth (as is usually the case with vowels), but also through
Motives for Language Change
2.3.2 Nasalisation This is a process which affects consonants and not vowels to
which the term usually refers in other languages. What is meant by nasalisation is
that a voiced stop is changed to its nasal equivalent under certain grammatical ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NASALISATION»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term nasalisation
is used in the context of the following news items.
Paninian from Paris
When grammar came to be written, pandits did not use symbols to indicate “tone and adventitious nasalisation which had disappeared. «The Hindu, Nov 14»
Cleft lips get a new smile at GS Memorial Hospital camp
Punam said, "Nasalisation is not completely cured. Although, the problem of dis-articulation gets cured completely in both the situations. «Times of India, Dec 13»