Medial -/t/- (was New Britain, Conn)
faber at HASKINS.YALE.EDU
Sat Dec 29 18:18:56 UTC 2001
It hadn't even occurred to me to wonder. I'd better go have another cup of
Dennis R. Preston said:
>I think I meant "introspection" rather than "intropection," which I
>hesitate to define (though I am sure wags are out there who have
>already been tempted).
>>Say it isn't so! Intropection rules. I think the preceding /n/ (in
>>"Clinton") is et up by its nasalization of the preceding vowel and
>>the block on the glottal stop replacement of /t/ is removed.
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