17.3698, Qs: Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic

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Subject: 17.3698, Qs: Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic

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Date: 11-Dec-2006
From: Frederick Lauritzen < fredericklauritzen at yahoo.it >
Subject: Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic 

	
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Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 12:51:18
From: Frederick Lauritzen < fredericklauritzen at yahoo.it >
Subject: Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic 
 


Could someone indicate bibliographical references for the pronunciation of
the letter Izhitsa in Old Church Slavonic?

Apparently some believe it to have been pronounced as ΓΌ before it became
simply another way to write i. However it appears that later croatian texts
substitute the izhitsa with u. 

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Slavonic, Old Church (chu)




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