19.1905, Disc: New: Northumbrian Burr

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Subject: 19.1905, Disc: New: Northumbrian Burr

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Date: 15-Jun-2008
From: Les Zsoldos < lgz at hknu.ac.kr >
Subject: Northumbrian Burr

 

	
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Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 14:18:27
From: Les Zsoldos [lgz at hknu.ac.kr]
Subject: Northumbrian Burr
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I'm curious about the Northumbrian Burr.  I understand it's a uvular trill.
Does it occur in all positions or only in a specific environment such as
syllable onset or intervocalic position?  

Thanks. 


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