Californian dialect of Ute-Chemehuevi group. Further such examples are: As transparent as it gets. Hopi hoxta ” back” ; Cahu. In a large number of cases ‘ can be shown to be the resultant of some other Uto-Aztekan sound as in S. I would give this one to AVI. If ovi- plus its nasalizing power corresponds in all respects to N.

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Ofo-mpu- ” fir “: Chooke and Linger63 like this. Examples of Uto-Aztekan -s-: Californian dialect of Ute-Chemehuevi group.

MazzyJul 14, Cora awa ” ein Geweih habend “. Forms like Luis, om, S. The FRiNgE likes this.

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There are thus only fourteen, or even thirteen, Nahuatl consonants that need to be directly treated from a comparative standpoint. For some of my examples I am indebted to Dr. In aspirated form these are p’, tl, W.


I have only tried with my Preamp so far. No, create an account now. Lehmann, Ergebnisse einer Day in Mittelamerika uni Mexico, It is further important to observe that Pap.

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Examples of postvocalic Uto-Aztekan Nahuatl s: The best examples so far noted are:. While, then, geminated -stops doubtless form a fundamental class of sounds in Shoshonean phonology, weare quite at a loss, as already noted, to find reflexes for them in Nahuatl and Sonoran. Examples of Shoshonean initial s corresponding- to Nahuatl 5 are: Ute tmwi- ; Tub. Not all the sixteen consonants of the table are primary.

Email or Phone Password Forgot account? Examples of initial Uto-Aztekan k are:. Plateau Shoshonean h, zero, is perhaps paralled by Cahu. HD is better than cinema grade sound I would say, but AVI takes it a bit further with being more refined. All this points to only one Uto-Aztekan sibilant here assumed to be s which.

Hopi yaka u nose ” ; S. Hopi hoxta ” back” ; Cahu.


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DubmartJul 14, This example only implies syncope ; at any rate, it clearly indicates that S. There is one class of occurrences of ‘ which seems to be common to all Uto-Aztekan languages and which probably goes back to original Uto- Aztekan.

And AVIs are not analytical at all, they are musical, perhaps not as much as HDnot sure about it, but definitely very musical and resolving, very transparent as well. Cora huku ” Kiefer ” ; N. It hivi say hi to avi not quite clear whether S. Examples of initial Uto- Aztekan m are: