Question Re: Reduplication
|From:||David Peterson <thatbluecat@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, September 21, 2003, 6:43|
If you had a language with a pretty standard intervocalic voicing rule (let's
say, /s/ > [z] / V_V), yet you had reduplication, how would that affect the
I realize that it's simply a matter of rule-ordering and cyclicity, but I was
just wondering what's more common among natural languages that feature
reduplication and intervocalic voicing (or intervocalic anything, for that
Here's an example:
Phonemically: /sopo/ > /sosopo/
Phonetically: [sopo] > [sosopo] or [sozopo]?
That's all for now. Thanks in advance!