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The distribution of French voiced and voiceless reflexes of L. /k/ in intervocalic position before /a/ is an interesting problem of Romance historical phonology that has received little attention so far. This paper analyzes previous attempts to explain that distribution, demonstrates that they...
This article casts new light on the well-known loss of the masculine genitive plural in Medieval Cypriot Greek and its apparent replacement by the accusative plural. Based on the examination of extensive material from the period, it argues that the phenomenon emerged earlier than so far assumed,...
Throughout the thirteenth century in the dialect of Florence the order of clitic pronouns in double-object clusters in which the dat ( ive ) was first- or secondperson singular or plural was acc ( usative )– dat . During the fourteenth century variation in the order arose so that both the acc...
In this contribution we discuss diachronic and variationist aspects of morphonotactics, a new research field that we have tried to establish over the last years (cf. Dressler & Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, Rivista di Linguistica, 18: 249–266, 2006). Morphonotactics is the area of interaction between...
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