Glottal Stop in Mayo: Consonant, or Vowel Feature?

Statement of Responsibility:
Hagberg, Lawrence R
Date:
2000
Extent:
pages 91-99
Description:
An analysis of the glottal stop in Mayo. The author argues that while phonetically identical in all contexts, phonologically it must be represented as a vowel-internal feature in some contexts and as a consonant in others.
Publication Status:
Published
Country:
Mexico
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Subject:
Phonotactics
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Relation Text:
Eugene H. Casad and Thomas L. Willett, eds., Uto-Aztecan: Structural, Temporal, and Geographic Perspectives: Papers in Memory of Wick R. Miller by the Friends of Uto-Aztecan. Hermosillo, Sonora, México: Universidad de Sonora, División de Humanidades y B
Entry Number:
3007