Preaspiration in the Nordic languages synchronic and diachronic aspects by PГ©tur Helgason

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Published by Stockholm University, Department of Linguistics in Stockholm .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Scandinavian languages,
  • Phonology,
  • Aspiration (Phonetics),
  • Comparative Grammar

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StatementPétur Helgason
ContributionsStockholms universitet. Institutionen för lingvistik
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 255 p.
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27082359M
ISBN 109172655356
ISBN 109789172655355
OCLC/WorldCa832559576

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“Nordic languages.” Preaspiration (as opposed to postaspiration) of stops is the central theme, from both a synchronic and a diachronic point of view, and the largest part of the text is devoted to this subject. However, the general characteristics of the stop systems of the Nordic languages.

PDF | On Jan 1,Pétur Helgason published Preaspiration in the Nordic Languages Synchronic and diachronic aspects | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateAuthor: Pétur Helgason. Preaspiration—the production of glottal friction at the juncture of a vowel and a consonant—appears to be typologically rare but is an areal linguistic feature of Northwestern Europe.

This study contains a survey of the known geographical spread of preaspirated stops, their phonological distribution and phonetic expressions in some Nordic : Pétur Helgason. Preaspiration—the production of glottal friction at the juncture of a vowel and a consonant—appears to be typologically rare but is an areal linguistic feature of Northwestern Europe.

This study contains a survey of the known geographical spread of preaspirated Preaspiration in the Nordic languages book, their phonological distribution and phonetic expressions in some Nordic dialects.

This study deals, for the most part, with the stop systems of the languages and dialects that derive from Old Norse, referred to here as “Nordic languages.” Preaspiration (as opposed to. Preaspiration -- the production of glottal friction at the juncture of a vowel and a consonant--appears to be typologically rare but is an areal linguistic feature of Northwestern Europe.

This study contains a survey of the known geographical spread of prcaspiratcd stops, their phonological distribution and phonetic expressions in some Nordic dialects.

The Nordic Languages The Nordic Languages by Oskar Bandle. Download it The Nordic Languages books also available in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format for read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. This handbook is conceived as a comprehensive history of the North Germanic languages from the oldest times up to the present day.

"VESTJYSK STØD, ICELANDIC PREASPIRATION, AND PROTO-INDO-EUROPEAN GLOTTALIC STOPS" published on 01 Jan by Brill | Rodopi. This handbook is conceived as a comprehensive history of the North Germanic languages from the oldest times up to the present day.

Whereas most of the traditional presentations of Nordic language history are confined to individual languages and often concentrate on purely linguistic data, this present work covers the history of all Nordic languages in its totality, embedde5/5(1).

In phonetics, preaspiration is a period of voicelessness or aspiration preceding the closure of a voiceless obstruent, basically equivalent to an -like sound preceding the obstruent.

In other words, when an obstruent is preaspirated, the glottis is opened for some time before the obstruent closure. To mark preaspiration using the International Phonetic Alphabet, the diacritic for regular aspiration, ʰ, can be placed before the preaspirated.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Preaspiration—the production of glottal friction at the juncture of a vowel and a consonant—appears to be typologically rare but is an areal linguistic feature of Northwestern Europe. This handbook is conceived Preaspiration in the Nordic languages book a comprehensive history of the North Germanic languages from the oldest times up to the present day.

Whereas most of the traditional presentations of Nordic language history are confined to individual languages and often concentrate on purely linguistic data, the present work covers the history of all Nordic languages in its totality, embedded in a broad culture.

The Nordic Languages: An International Handbook of the History of the North Germanic Languages, Volume 2 Volume 22 of Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science Series Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft, ISBN X, /5(1).

Abstract. This paper presents a new phonological analysis of preaspiration in Icelandic. Its purpose is to get as close to the phonetic facts as possible while capturing at the same time the regular phonological character of Icelandic preaspiraton.

The paper is organized as follows: Section 1 briefly reviews some phonetic descriptions of preaspiration. the nordic languages Download the nordic languages or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get the nordic languages book now.

This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Any literature written at any time, from Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Denmark or Norway (i.e.

by authors of these nationalities, who wrote originally in the languages of those countries) - not books about Nordic countries or literature).

Abstract. Preaspirated voiceless stops, a well-documented feature of Scottish Gaelic (Ní ChasaideClaytonNance & Stuart-Smith ), have also been reported in the English spoken in the Hebrides island chain (BorgstrømWellsShuken ). However, a detailed description of preaspiration in Hebrides English has previously been unavailable.

The influence of Norse on the Celtic languages has been insufficiently studied, but Ahlqvist gives a good brief account of the theories which have been proposed--most obviously Norse as the source of Scottish Gaelic's preaspiration--before turning to a fuller discussion of possible Irish syntactic features in Icelandic.

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Much of the Nordic Region is bound together by languages so closely related that, with a little effort, most people understand each other. Other languages spoken in the Region are less closely related, and English is gaining ground in both professional and cultural contexts, which represents a challenge to our understanding of the neighbouring languages.

A one-year Carnegie Research Incentive Grant has been awarded to Edinburgh University’s Lecturer in Theoretical Phonology – and AMC affiliate – Dr.

Pavel Iosad. The grant will fund a project entitled “Preaspiration in North Germanic: Internal variation and language history“, linked to current research on the phonological systems of North-Western Europe at the University’s school. Preaspiration is not very common in the world’s languages.

It is found in some languages in Northern Europe (including Icelandic, Faroese, Swedish and Norwegian dialects, Scottish Gaelic and some Sámi languages); see Ladefoged and Maddieson ( 70) and Helgason () for surveys. Medial and final. The Nordic Languages: An International Handbook of the History of the North Germanic Languages (Handba1/4cher Zur Sprach- Und Kommunikationswissenschaft / H) (English and German Edition) [Bandle, Oskar, Braunmuller, Kurt, Jahr, Ernst Hakon, Karker, Allan, Naumann, Hans-Peter, Teleman, Ulf] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Hardcover.

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Pre-aspiration can be defined as a period of glottal friction, [h], which is found in the sequences of sonorants and phonetically voiceless obstruents, as in map [mahph] (e.g. in Welsh English. [1] P. Helgason, Preaspiration in the Nordic Languages: Synchronic and Diachronic As pects, doctoral thesis, Department of Linguistics, St ockholm University, stops in languages with preaspiration (Group 1 in our descripti on) they result.

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What Spanish contributes to the analysis of preaspiration in the Nordic languages. By Elena CURCULESCU. Topics: Spanish, [] Humanities and Social Sciences/Linguistics.

Publisher: HAL CCSD. Year: OAI identifier: oai:HAL:halv1 Provided by: Archive Ouverte a. Preaspiration in the Nordic languages: synchronic and dia-chronic aspects. PhD dissertation, Stockholm University. Hermans, Ben (). rule book is a thorough reexamination of.

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Preaspiration in North Argyll Gaelic and its contribution to prosodic structure Citation for published version: Iosad, P, Ramsammy, M & Honeybone, P'Preaspiration in North Argyll Gaelic and its contribution to prosodic structure', Paper presented at Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster, Ayr.

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Ask veit ek standa, heitir Yggdrasill, hár baðmr, ausinn hvíta auri; þaðan koma döggvar, þærs í dala falla, stendr æ yfir grænn Urðarbrunni. (“There stands an ash called Yggdrasil, A mighty tree showered in white hail.

From there come the dews that fall in the valleys. It stands evergreen above Urd’s Well.”[1]) Old Norse was Continue reading The Old Norse Language and How. Nordic languages are made of two categories: North Germanic and Finno-Ugric. The North Germanic category of languages includes Danish, Norwegian, Swedish and Icelandic.

The Finno-Ugric category includes only Finnish. Contrary to popular belief, Finnish is a language that is vastly diverse from any of the other Scandinavian languages. In fact, a. Preaspiration in the Nordic Languages Synchronic and diachronic aspects. Article. Full-text available.

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Language Acquisition at the Interfaces: Proceedings of GALA Cambridge Scholars Publishing, isbn: [Edited with Jiyoung Choi, Hamida Demirdache and Oana Lungu] Book chapters “/Obstruent + Liquid/ Clusters in Western Nordic”.

In J. Szpyra-Kozłowska et M. Radomski: Phonetics and Phonology in Action. SOUNDS. In addition, the two rhyme types may contain both voiced and voiceless consonants. Preaspiration is a scarce phenomenon in the world’s languages, but it is found in varying degrees in Norwegian dialects.

A pilot study showed no preaspiration in rhymes containing voiced consonants. The phonetic attributes of preaspiration also vary. In the Swedish of Stockholm, preaspiration is often realized as a fricative subject to the character of surrounding vowels or consonants so that it may be labial, velar, or dental; it may also surface as extra length of the preceding vowel.

[41].Preaspiration in Faroese shows similarities, but also differences from Icelandic. There is less reason to analyse Faroese preaspiration as a segment, rather it should be seen as a subsegmental property of the fortis plosives.

The chapter ends with a discussion of the way preaspiration shows up in morphophonemics in both languages.Biography. Michael Rießler grew up in the village of Borne, today a district of Bad Belzig, in the former went to school in Belzig, studied agriculture and in completed his high school education with passing the Abitur at the Betriebsberufsschule des Volkseigenes Gutes Kaltenhausen in he did his civil service service in Potsdam and then studied Nordic.

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