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List of OJ Words Containing Two or More Voiced Obstruents
PHONOLOGY OF EARLY JAPANESE
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A-B distinctions A-type accent Altaic Altaic language aorist apophonic Archaic Japanese Arisaka's laws athematic attested auxiliary B-type catalogue Chapter character Chinese composite stems compounds conjugation consonant shift contr contraction derived dialects diphthongal diphthongal origins disyllabic early Japanese enclitic etymology evidence go-on grapheme Heian Period hypothesis inflection ipye kan-on kanbun kata side Kojiki Korean koto word kun-yomi labial Lange Lange's language lexical man'yogana Man'yoshu monophthongization monosyllabic mopo-gi morpheme morphophonemics Nara narpe nidan Nihongi nouns o-ending syllables obstruent nasals occur OJ verbs OJ words Old Japanese omo face Omodaka on-yomi ongana paradigms particle pattern phonemes phonology pJ level pJ roots post-OJ pre-OJ pref Proto proto-Japanese rendaku RH verbs root-final vowels Section string suppleted syllables theory of diphthongal tono altogether unattested in phonograms Unger uraj velar verbs voiced obstruents voiceless vowel harmony word-initially