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Query Subject:   Epenthesis of /l/ and /n/
Author:   Mike Cahill
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  Phonology

Query:   A colleague working in an underdocumented language has found in certain vowel hiatus situations that
is epenthesized to break up a VVV sequence, but if the first vowels are nasalized, then /n/ is epenthesized. Are there other similar cases out there? If not this exact case, I'd appreciate references to either epenthetic
or /n/.
LL Issue: 24.2065
Date posted: 15-May-2013



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