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Grounding Celtic diachronic phonology II

Joseph F. Eska


Pages 1 - 21

DOI https://doi.org/10.13173/SPR.55.1.001




This paper continues a series of treatments of sound changes in the Celtic languages that have not been satisfactorily or fully explained to date. Sound changes that occurred in proto-Brittonic and early Welsh are treated: (3) the shift of */j/ > /ð/ / ˈVr_V in proto-Brittonic; (4) the shift of the group *-/nthL/- > -/θL/- in Old Welsh; (5) the evolution of the group */lthr/ in Welsh.



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