LINGUIST List 3.9

Sun 05 Jan 1992

Disc: Reduplication and Opacity

Editor for this issue: <>


Directory

  1. Geoffrey Russom, Re: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication
  2. Peter Salus, Re: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication

Message 1: Re: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication

Date: Thu, 02 Jan 92 12:39:12 ESRe: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication
From: Geoffrey Russom <EL403015brownvm.brown.edu>
Subject: Re: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication

Some of Nathan's counterfeeding orders might be produced in "allegro
speech," which would figure to involve very late rules imposed on
"normal" phonetic output with no feeding back to the earlier
rules that produced such output (counterarguments welcome).

I am still puzzled, though, about why flapping is blocked
absolutely in [sIntaetik] ("syntactic"), since flapping shows up in
phrase phonology (e.g. "go to Hell" as "goDahEl," where "a" = schwa).
Could you get a flap if you talked real fast, Geoff?

-- Rick
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue

Message 2: Re: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication

Date: Mon, 30 Dec 91 08:18:09 ESRe: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication
From: Peter Salus <petersug.org>
Subject: Re: 2.881 Phonology: Opacity and Reduplication

While it seems a bit bizarre to be doing this, following a
similar discussion to the one on reduplication here (in
more permanent media), I wrote a brief piece on the
amredita (redup. compound noun): The types of amredita,
Orbis 14 (1965).
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue