[Lingtyp] Phonological differences of alienable vs. inalienable possession
m.baerman at surrey.ac.uk
Fri Jan 28 12:17:19 UTC 2022
Irina Monich has described a contrast in Nuer (West Nilotic) which is manifested by differing sets of tonal interactions. Her presentation from last year's Nilo-Saharan Colloquium is here: https://zenodo.org/record/5395224#.YfPdjv7MKUl
Surrey Morphology Group
University of Surrey
From: Lingtyp <lingtyp-bounces at listserv.linguistlist.org> On Behalf Of Marie-Luise Popp
Sent: 28 January 2022 12:10
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Subject: [Lingtyp] Phonological differences of alienable vs. inalienable possession
I'm looking for languages, in which alienable and inalienable possession is marked by the same set (or at least - phonologically similar) exponents, yet do these exponents undergo different phonological processes in alienable vs. inalienable possession.
In Ojibwe, for example, vowel hiatus is resolved via consonant epenthesis in alienable possession, but via deletion in inalienable possession.
If anyone knows of more languages of this type, I would be grateful for references and comments.
Luise (Leipzig University)
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