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affricate Akkadian allophone alternation Amharic Amorite Arabic dialects Aramaic assimilation become Berber Berber languages Chaha closed syllable clusters colloquial consonant consonantal contrast Coptic corresponding dental derived diphthongs dissimilation Eblaite Egyptian emphatic Ethio-Semitic Ethiopic Examples final fricative Ge'ez geminated gémination glottal stop graphemic Greek Gurage Hebrew historical indicated jibbali labial langues laryngeal Leslau lexical linguistic loanwords long vowels Maltese Masoretic medial mehri minimal pairs modern morphological morphophonemic nasal Note nouns occurs Old Akkadian open syllable original palatal pattern pharyngeal Phoenician phonemes Phonetic realization phonological plosive plural position pronounced pronunciation Proto-Semitic represented root rule script segments Semitic languages semivowel Sewa shift short vowels shwa sibilants soqotri speakers spirantization stem stress Studies sudarabique suffix Syriac tense texts Tiberian Tiberian Hebrew tion tradition Ugaritic unstressed uvular variant velar verb vocalic voiced voiceless voyelles word-final words Zakho