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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NASALIZATION»
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, Neutral Segments and Opacity Effects
This contrast-driven gap in the nasal vowel inventory is also apparent in nasal
spreading: the oral mid-high vowels always block nasalization from an adjacent
syllable, but vowels of other heights become nasalized. Here the demand to ...
, and the velum
Although nasalization has been discussed in the context of more general aspects of linguistics in other books, this text is the first and primary resource focusing solely on nasalization.
Marie K. Huffman, Rena A. Krakow, 1993
Universals of Sound Change in Nasalization
This book is the first detailed study since the 1970s of the characteristics of distinctive nasalization in sound change.
African Language Structures
nasalized, so that nasalization may occur with the first, the second, both, or
neither of two successive vowels: kia kia kia kia In languages which do not have
phonemic nasalization, there is frequently a degree of noncontrastive
William Everett Welmers, 1974
Handbook of Amazonian Languages
There are two degrees of nasalization of vowels: inherent nasalization and light
nasalization. Light nasalization is conditioned by nasal environments and it may
be progressive or regressive. Inherent nasalization refers to nasalized vowels ...
Desmond C. Derbyshire, Geoffrey K. Pullum, 1986
Language: Its Structure and Use
(By contrast, in French and in other languages where its distribution is not
predictable, nasalization can signal a difference in meaning.) Two sounds whose
distribution with respect to one another is predictable constitute allophones of a
The Indo-Aryan Languages
5.4.4 Nasalization Nasalized vowels are a very prominent characteristic of most
NIA languages. There are two kinds of vowel nasalization in NI A, namely the
predictable (in the neighborhood of nasal consonants, nonfunctional but often
Linguistics for Everyone: An Introduction
stress relative emphasis given to syllables in a word nasalization production of a
speech sound with the velum lowered so that most of the airflow passes through
the nose rather than the mouth Mandarin Chinese has four tones, illustrated in ...
Kristin Denham, Anne Lobeck, 2009
The Cambridge History of the Romance Languages: Volume 1, ...
Thus, Campidanese, on the one hand, and French and Northern Italian, on the
other, display a mirror- image distribution of nasalization from nasal consonant
deletion, whereas Portuguese has nasalization in all contexts: [׀mɐ ̃w ̃] ma ̃o '
Martin Maiden, John Charles Smith, Adam Ledgeway, 2011
The Phonological Spectrum: Segmental structure
The two hierarchies thus cannot be fully equated.9 Cohn ( 1993a) notes,
however, that sonority plays a role in determining the compatibility of nasalization
with continuants. I suggest that the similarity in the scales stems from the sonority
Jeroen Maarten van de Weijer, Vincent van Heuven, Harry van der Hulst, 2003
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Abigail C. Cohn: Unveiling the Sundanese language to the world
... the words in the language are pronounced with nasalization, or speech sounds that are produced mainly through the nose rather than mouth. «Jakarta Post, Jan 13»