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The Goidelic languages
The Brittonic languages
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3rd singular accent adjectives Archaic argued Awbery b d g British Brittonic languages Celtic languages century clusters Connacht consonant copula Cornish and Breton D. S. Evans dialects diphthongs discussion distinction Donegal e.g. Olr early Irish evidence example final syllables forms Gaul Gaulish Goidelic Goidelic languages grammatical Hemon Indo-European Indo-European languages initial inscriptions Insular Celtic languages intervocalic Jackson Koch Latin Lejeune lenition linguistic loanwords long vowels loss of final Mac Cana Manx marked marker McCone Middle Irish Middle Welsh Modern Irish Modern Welsh mutation nasal negative occur Ogam Old Irish Old Welsh orthography p t k palatal particle passive pattern periphrastic phonemes phonology plural preposition preterite preverb pronoun Proto-Celtic relative clause Russell Scottish Gaelic script sentence Siadhail Sims-Williams southern Welsh spirantization stem substantive verb suffix Table tense Thurneysen 1946 tion Tmesis unaccented univerbation variation verbal noun Watkins word order
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Production, Perception and Emergent Phonotactic Patterns: A Case of ...
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