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Title: Notes on Diachronic Nasalization in Portuguese
Author: David S. Fagan
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Linguistic Field: Historical Linguistics
Subject Language: French
Portuguese
Subject LANGUAGE Family: Romance
Abstract: Examines historical evidence for deletion of syllable final nasal consonants within words; proposes a theory of gliding of nasal vowels.
Type: Individual Paper
Status: Completed
Publication Info: Diachronica 5 (1988)
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