Sakhalin Ainu utar ~ utah and Common Ainu *-r

José Andrés Alonso de la Fuente

Abstrakt
In this brief contribution, a more accurate treatment of the sound correspondence Hokkaidō Ainu -r# vs. Sakhalin Ainu -rV# ~ -N# is offered. Explaining the particularities of such a correspondence requires introducing a non-trivial modification of the traditional synchronic description of Sakhalin Ainu morphophonemics.
Słowa kluczowe: Ainu language(s), dialectology, historical & comparative linguistics, phonotactics, morphophonemics, analogy
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