Prenasalized stops

Roger Mills rfmilly at MSN.COM
Sun Jun 6 05:07:22 UTC 2010






Thanks to everyone who responded to the inquiry. Lots of good observations and data. A private email from Anastasia Riehl included a ref. to her dissertation on the subject of prenasalized consonants-- an extremely interesting and complete study of the question, which I pass along for those who are interested and may not be aware of her work--

Riehl, A.  (2008)  The Phonology and Phonetics of Nasal-Obstruent 
Sequences.  Ph.D. Dissertation, Cornell University
A
 pdf is available (through a link under [her] name) at:http://ling.cornell.edu/index.cfm/page/people/alum.htm

Roger Mills

 		 	   		  
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