From Ancient Cham to Modern Dialects: Two Thousand Years of Language Contact and Change (Google eBook)
Little now remains of the Champa civilization that once flourished in central and southern Vietnam. This work is based on a detailed reconstruction of ancient Chamic, with great care taken to identify inherited Austronesian words as well as loan words and their sources.
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Chamic convergence with Southeast Asia
A broad overview
Previous work on Chamic reconstruction
The degree of adjustment
The Geographical and Historical Setting
Nasalization in Northern Roglai
Nasalization in Acehnese
The Origins of Registers and Tones
Western Cham and the development of register
Phan Rang Cham an incipient tone system
Haroi vowels and restructured register
Tsat and its fullydeveloped tonal system
The internal paths of change
The Chamic and MK languages in Vietnam
Classification of the Chamic Languages
The place of Chamic within Austronesian
MalayoChamic and broader affiliations
The MalayoChamic subgroup
Acehnese a Chamic language
A digression on Moken a nonChamic language
Altering the Basic Word From Disyllabic to Monosyllabic
Early MonKhmer influence
The loss of the vowel before medial h
Disyllables with liquids monosyllables and clusters
Loss of the unstressed initial syllable
Main syllable onset consonants
The PC presyllable vowels
The inherited PC main syllable vowels
The borrowed PC main syllable vowels
PC vowel length
The main syllable vowels summarized
Nasals and Nasalization
Nasalization in Chru
Nasalization in Haroi
Nasalization in Tsat
PC Morphology Some Notes
A note on PC morphology
Verbs and verbal morphology
Nouns and nominal morphology
Contact Multilingualism and Change
Chamic and the nature of language change
Accommodation to a linguistic area
Language Names and transliteration tables
Cac Gia Roglai
The Chamic Lexicon
1 Chamic Vocabulary Reconstructable to PC
2 Words Borrowed After the Breakup of PC
3 EnglishChamic Index
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