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The Distinctive Vowels and Consonants of Welsh
Phonotactic Constraints in Welsh
A Lowering Rule for Vowels and its Ramifications in a Dialect
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allophonic alternation alveolar analysis appear articulation back vowel boundary cantref Carnwyllion central vowel citation forms close clusters context contrast cwmwd dialect diphthongs discourse distribution English environment examples factors final position final syllable formal formant fortis and lenis fricative front vowel Gaiman glide Gwytherin information unit initial position instances Jones lenis lexical item lexically stressed linguistic Llan-non Llanfair Talhaearn Llansannan loan long vowels Maenor medial monosyllables nasal mutation noted occur Oftedal Pandy Tudur patterns phonetic phonological pitch peak plosives preceding presupposition pretonic proclitic pronoun realized restrictions rule scores short vowels social Soft mutation speakers speech Spirant mutation status groups stop structure Table tendency tion tokens Tone tone-group tongue position tonic syllable variable variation varieties of Welsh velar verbal noun verbs vocal voiced voiceless vowel length vowel-mutation Wales Welsh language Welsh phonology wneith word word-final