[Spellyans] SWF Final Report /N/

Nicholas Williams njawilliams at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 11:44:49 IST 2014

Not just historical phonology either. /N/ is used when discussing present-day Gaelic phonology (Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx).
/N/ in Irish is unlenited as against lenited /n/. And /N'/ and /n'/ are the palatalised equivalents. Some dialects have all four.


On 6 Aug 2014, at 10:40, Linus Band <linusband at gmail.com> wrote:

> Using /N/ for /n:/ is fairly common in articles discussing Celtic historical phonology.

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