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A note on the Armenian palatalization
On the relative chronology of Armenian sound changes
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2nd sg 3rd sg acc.sg Albanian analogical aorist apocope Armenian Linguistics assibilation assimilation assume attested Balto-Slavic became Classical Armenian Clusters beginning consonant shift dental depalatalization derived devoicing dialects ending erek erku etymology evidence final nasals fricatives full grade gen.sg glottalic stops Godel Goth Greek Greppin Hitt Hittite Indo-European Indo-European languages initial laryngeal intervocalic k'oyr Kl.S Klingenschmitt Kortlandt Kortlandt 1980b labialization labiovelars laryngeal Laryngeal in inlaut Latin latter lenition Lith lost Meillet merged metathesis nom.sg o-stems obstruent original palatalization palatovelars paradigm Pedersen 1905a phonetic reflex Phrygian posterior pre-apocope preceding present preserved pretonic probably prothetic vowel Proto-Armenian Proto-Indo-European proto-language reconstruction reflex of PIE relative chronology represents rise semivowel sigmatic sigmatic aorist skesur Slavic stage stem suffix syllabic resonants syllable thematic Thracian Vedic velar verb vocalized voiceless stops word word-final yielded zero grade