craig at agantavas.org
Tue Apr 10 21:02:05 IST 2012
Yes, but I'm only talking about the lenited form.
On 10 Ebr 2012, at 20:52, Michael Everson wrote:
> On 10 Apr 2012, at 18:37, Craig Weatherhill wrote:
>> I would suggest a parallel between that and yma>'ma. But how
>> consistent were either? In Late Cornish, we see both ma and ema.
> No, because the difference between [ɡʷ] and [ɡ] is in the quality
> of the consonant. The distinction between [əˈma] and [ma] is the
> dropping of an unstressed syllable.
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