Phonological Studies in Four Languages of Maluku, Issue 108
Donald A. Burquest, Wyn D. Laidig
Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1992 - Foreign Language Study - 227 pages
The articles in this volume came out of a workshop held by the editors in 1990 on the campus of Pattimura University, in Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia. In these articles, the phonologies of the Sawai, Kisar, Larike, and West Tarangan languages are described. Also, maps and information about the languages' locations, various ethnic features, and suggested classifications are included in the book.
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Phonology of Sawai Ronald Whisler
Kisar Phonology John Christensen and Sylvia Christensen
Segments Syllables and Stress in Larike Carol J Laidig
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a/-deletion affixation agreement prefix Ambonese Malay aninu Austronesian languages borrowed bracket erasure C-element cliticization closed syllables compounds consonant clusters constraint cvcv degemination deletion dialect disyllabic enclitic epenthesis final stress final syllable foot fricative geminate geminate reduction geminate vowels glide-to-obstruent rule glottal stop high vowel Indonesia infixation initial glottal initial phonetic Institute of Linguistics is-to jadi Kisar laku lexical module lexical phonology lexical stratum marker medial metrical metrical tree mid vowel morpheme morpheme boundary morphophonemic processes musia-i nasal nouns Pattimura University person-PL phonemes phonological phrase plural posit postsyntactic prefix vowel primary stress pronoun reduplication reduplicative prefix resyllabification romu sago Sawai secondary stress segments semivowel singular stratum stress placement stress rule stressed syllable stressed vowel syllable finally syllable types syllable-final syntactic module template underlying forms underlying penultimate syllable underlying representation unstressed velar verb root village vocoid voiced alveolar voiceless vowel clusters vowel sequences West Tarangan word initially ya?u