Dažas a- tipa patskaņu kvalitātes pazīmes (pēc Pelesas lietuviešu izloksnes datiem)

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Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Latvių kalba / Latvian
Title:
Dažas a- tipa patskaņu kvalitātes pazīmes (pēc Pelesas lietuviešu izloksnes datiem)
Alternative Title:
Some characteristics of a- type vowel quality (using data from the Lithuanian sub-dialect of Pelesa)
In the Journal:
Baltu filoloģija. 2001, t. 10, p. 145-158
Keywords:
LT
Alofonai; Atvirieji balsiai; Balsis; Balsių kokybė; Baltarusių tarmės; Fonemų neutralizacija; Kokybė; Pelesos šnekta; Pietų aukštaičių tarmė; Spektras.
EN
A-type vowels; Allophones; Phonemic neutralization; Quality; Southern High Lithuanian dialect; Spectrum; Sub-dialect of Pelesa; Subdialect of Pelesa; Vowel; Vowel quality; White Russian dialects.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThe article analyses the differences between a-type vowels in Lithuanian when uttered in isolation and in phrasal context, using vowel measurements from the regional speech of Pelesa (in the Grodno district of Belarus). Here, as throughout the southern High Lithuanian territory (Lith. piet aukštaičiai) the phonemic opposition [a.] : [в.], [a] : [ c, j / -І<І\. A greater contrast, however, is to be found between isolated, short [a] : [e]. Independently of length, for allophones occurring within a phrase, a greater contrast is characteristic across the spectrum. The scatters of the fields [a.] I \e.\ and [n] / [e] do not coalesce, and it is therefore possible to examine positions such as post -r, -š. -č. where these vowels are not distinguishable to the ear. Statistical analysis shows that a difference does exist, at least as far as half-long variants are concerned. There is reason to believe that a qualitative distinction also exists between the short vowels [a] (after [/]) and [e]. [From the publication]

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1691-0036
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2019-11-13 13:01:04
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