Monthly Archives: March 2014

Links at last

I’d been long putting off updating from the WordPress default links on here for some reason. But no longer! Gaze at the blog’s sidebar and its gradually growing collection of more or less relevant information from around the web. My

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*ŋ in Ugric and Uralic: A Proto-Phoneme in Need of Cleanup

I’ve previously posted about the Proto-Uralic “dental spirants”, and on the problems concerning their reconstruction. These are however far from the only PU segments whose reconstruction involves unsolved difficulties. The velar nasal *ŋ provides examples of some different types of

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