The case of Leti. The Distinctive Features and Their Correlates. Towards and uniform account of prominence-driven stress. Why morphological metathesis rules are rare: The phonology and morphology of Arabic by Janet C. UMass, Amherst and Rutgers University.
Syllable-based Generalisations in English Phonology. In metathesis, an old form is replaced by a new one which differs in that two parts have been interchanged.
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Furthermore, attested and unattested Duke-of-York cases have implications for the analysis of opacity in Optimality Theory using sympathy McCarthy ; to appear. Foot and word in prosodic morphology: New York Academic Press. Vaux following Kiparsky The Prosodic Structure of Function Words.
The origins of consonant-vowel metathesis. Vaux provides evidence for the appendix from facts that range from the phonological, such as sonority sequencing, epenthesis and prosodic phenomena like stress as- signment, lengthening and shortening, reduplication and infixa- tion, to morphological processes like syllable-counting rules and truncation to other external linguistic phenomena.
Hodder and Stough — ton Ltd. Lebanese Arabic is illustrated linguistically by the work of Haddad Linguistic Inquiry 10. Arabic recognizes three weights of syllable: light, heavy, and superheavy. Light syllables are always open, heavy syllables are open or closed, and super- heavy syllables are closed or doubly closed.
I claim that phonological strings are syllabified by a sequence of syllabic incorporation rules: a universal rule pairing of CV sequences into core CV syllables, followed by language-specific rules that incorporate into these syllables more of the neighboring seg-ments.
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A Note on Cyclic Stress in Levantine Arabic Kenstowicz, M. Spirantization in Tigrinya Schein, B. The Domain of Weak Cross-Over Restrictions Aoun, Y.
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