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The Vowels in Turkic
The Voiced Stops
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Abakan Altai analogy aorist Ashmarin assimilation assume back vowels belong certainly Chag Cher Chuv Chuvash cited Codex Cumanicus combination connection consonant contraction corresponds Cuman dare dative derivative dialects different formations diphthong disyllabic examples explained fact final position front vowel further give go back guttural hand hence identical indicate Indo-European initial sound instance Kazan Kir Kirghiz Koib Koibal labial later loanwords long vowel meaning mentioned Mongolian nature northern dialects occurred older original Orkh Orkhon inscriptions Ottm Ottoman palatalized partly perhaps phonological postposition probably pronoun question Radloff reason regard relationship retained root syllable rounded vowel second vowel seems shift Shor short vowel similar situation spirantic stem substantive syuyk taken Taranchi thing tion trace Turkic languages Uighur umlaut unvoiced Ural-Altaic verb verbal Verbitskii Viguier vocalic voiced stop vowel harmony VSrterbuch words Yakut Zolotn