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The Historical Phonology of Kriang, A Katuic Language

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Title:The Historical Phonology of Kriang, A Katuic Language
Authors:Gehrmann, Ryan
Keywords:Kriang
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prenasalization
gemination
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Date Issued:01 Jun 2017
Abstract:This paper presents an analysis of the historical phonology of the Kriang language (< Katuic < Austroasiatic). Kriang is spoken primarily in Sekong province, Laos and may be divided into two primary dialects which I call Kriang Kaleum and Kriang Tha Taeng. A synchronic analysis of Kriang phonology is provided based both on my own field work and on the data provided by previous researchers. A description of the historical phonological development from Proto-Katuic to modern Kriang follows emphasizing especially the development of prenasalized consonants, long/geminate consonants and vocalic register in the modern language. Of particular interest is the non-canonical register assignment pattern evident in certain Kriang varieties.
Pages/Duration:26 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10524/52402
ISSN:1836-6821
Volume:10
Issue/Number:1
Appears in Collections: A. Research Papers (Peer-Reviewed)


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