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of or pertaining to epenthesis

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The epenthetic vowel was reanalyzed as part of the suffix so that in OKh -atV- and -atV- stood beside the -tV- forms as alternates:
Percentages of epenthetic types of segments and segment sequences found in test 3 epenthesis consonants 73% vowels 19% sequences VC 5% sequence CV 3% Note: Table made from pie chart.
In this variety, the words are pronounced with an epenthetic vowel.
The presence of guttural sounds, diacritic aspirations, epenthetic and servile letters in both languages: their antiquity, both having been taught on the plain of Shinar 242 years after the deluge in the seminary instituted by Fenius Farsaigh, descendant of Noah, progenitor of Israel, and ascendant of Heber and Heremon, progenitors of Ireland: their archaeological, genealogical, hagiographical, exegetical, homiletic, toponomastic, historical and religious literatures "
ABL have allomorphs where the epenthetic vowels are -a, -e or -o.
The remaining five papers are cases studies examining particular theoretical issues within OT, including the acoustics of epenthetic vowels in Lebanese Arabic, the onset of the prosodic word, infixation as morpheme absorption, and vowel length in Arabic verb stems.
Previous to these studies, Brasington (1981) had attempted to find in Marshallese "a set of general principles governing the selection of different epenthetic vowels in the process of loan naturalisation" (p.
nilaj ~ milaj 'summer'), and the vowel -u- is perhaps epenthetic reflex of an original form *mastu- as it is found in OIA mastulunga- 'brain' (9926).
Firstly, the processes shown above are augmented by a fifth process not observed in speech, namely the insertion of an epenthetic tap, either retroflex or alveolar, between two vowels.
Abbreviations 1 first person 2 second person 3 third person ABS absolutive ACC accusative AG agent AUX auxiliary DAT dative DEF definite EP epenthetic ERG ergative INDEF indefinite INT intensifier INV inverse NOM nominative PASS passive PASS1 passive type 1 (for patients) PASS2 passive type 2 (for recipients) PAST past tense PASTPRT past participle PL plural SG singular SUBJ subject
Gussmann 1991; Giegerich 1999; Toft 2002), according to which word-final syllabic sonorants are to be represented as a single segment attached to a final sonorant consonant and a preceding epenthetic vocalic element.
10) Scribes no doubt found the unwieldy sequence of consonants in isthmos difficult, and dealt with it in two opposite but, for our purposes, equivalent ways, either dropping one or more of the consonants, or adding an epenthetic vowel.
x, and that apparent exceptions can be explained in terms of epenthetic and syncopatable vowels.
This volume and its putative successor might have been even richer had it not been for the fact that in 1963, when, forced to fast and furious flight from Venice, I left behind an epenthetic houseguest, the late Bronston Crutchfield; a hysterical queen, he took it upon himself to destroy all my correspondence files as if the Italian police were likely to waste their time and money on pawing through the papers of committers of attractive nuisances, as lawyers describe such offenses as leaving ignition keys in unoccupied unlocked cars and similar passive invitations to criminality.