Studies in Tai Linguistics: In Honor of William J. Gedney
Jimmy G. Harris, Jimmy R. Harris, James R. Chamberlain
Central Institute of English Language, Office of State Universities, 1975 - Gedney, William J - 419 pages
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Abramson acoustic allophones analysis aphasia aphasic Bangkok casual speech Central Thai citation forms contour tones cretic dead syllables diphthongs discourse DL DS English example falling final particle functional fundamental frequency Gedney glottal grammar Haudricourt high tone Hiranburana iflu initial consonants initial fQ khaw Khmer khun language level tone lexical Linguistics linkage linker-syllable loanwords low tone Malay meaning mid tone modals morpheme Muang Noss noun compounds occur paper patient phlooj phonetic phonological phrase pitch predicate prevoiced Proto-Tai Puyi Puyi dialects relationship rhythm rising tone role rule running speech sandhi SatM SatT Satun segments semantic sentence type sequence short vowel Sook southern Thai speakers Standard Thai stop Sukhothai surface structure syllables syntactic Thai dialects Thai language Thailand tion TL TM TN tonal tone in Siamese variants velar Verb Serialization Vietnamese voiced voiceless vowel length words