LINGUIST List 17.3698|
Thu Dec 14 2006
Qs: Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic
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Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic
Message 1: Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic
From: Frederick Lauritzen <fredericklauritzenyahoo.it>
Subject: Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic
Could someone indicate bibliographical references for the pronunciation of
the letter Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic?
Apparently some believe it to have been pronounced as ü before it became
simply another way to write i. However it appears that later croatian texts
substitute the izhitsa with u.
Subject Language(s): Slavonic, Old Church (chu)
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