Siouan stops

David Kaufman dvklinguist2003 at
Tue Nov 16 00:02:40 UTC 2004


Do Siouan languages typically have both aspirated and non-aspirated stops?  I'm asking because of the lenition situation in Biloxi, which Dorsey is representing with a dot under the stop.  (There were a couple of emails that floated back and forth about this earlier.)  I'm wondering what the situation is in other Siouan languages for comparison.


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