Re: [tied] Re: Some thoughts...
From: Sean Whalen
nj>y/[C/G/V]_V (if first sound is equal or greater
same for mv> w or m
Above may cause change in syllabification in many
cases. Intervocalic syllabification seems to be
optional with some Z elements (VxGV can be Vx-GV or
V-xGV). This option exists whenever VZZV has first Z
less sonorant than second.
Infix n and -ya>ye/o come from same affix.
b>w (not after u)
w>0/[C/G]+labial_ (this is certainly a lasting
G>V+high/_[C/#] (lasting, or reapplication)
former b-stems decline like w-stems
Above rules probably explain why gjhe'ms and se'ms not
affected by s-deletion and lengthening (from
gjha`ya`mb-s and sa`mb-s).
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