Position vide, schwa et "degré i " : structure syllabique et apophonie dans les thèmes verbaux en soureth (néo-araméen du nord-est)

Abstract : In Soureth (North-Eastern Neo-Aramaic), only two syllable patterns are available : CVC and CV. When a succession of two consonants (CCV) occurs at the beginning of a stress group, the first ofthem must be considered as extra-syllabic. [ə] his not a phoneme but the contextualrealization of anempty vocalic position. On a morpho-phonological point of view, within a verbal stem : 1/ [ə] and [i]are contextual realizations of an empty vocalic position ; 2/ a vocalic position must get three main degrees: Ø (zero), /a/ and /u/ (and sometimes /o/, in a few marginal cases)
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Jean Sibille. Position vide, schwa et "degré i " : structure syllabique et apophonie dans les thèmes verbaux en soureth (néo-araméen du nord-est). JEL‟2007, 5èmes Journées d'Études Linguistiques de Nantes., Jun 2007, France. pp.21-26. ⟨hal-00952134⟩

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