Index Diachronica: involving /ɪ/

36 results from /ɪ/   47 results to /ɪ/   6 results with context involving /ɪ/   

plain ɪː ɪ̃ ɪ̞

from /ɪ/

36 matches

10 Austronesian10.1.2.7.1 Proto-Kalamian to Agutaynenaɪ ai → ɪɪ ii (not sure if there’s a long vowel or hiatus here)
10.1.2.7.2 Proto-Kalamian to Karamiananenaɪ ai → ɪɪ ii (not sure if there’s a long vowel or hiatus here)
10.1.2.7.3 Proto-Kalamian to Kalamian Tagbanwaaɪ ai → ɪɪ ii (not sure if there’s a long vowel or hiatus here)
17 Indo-European17.7.2.1.4 Midlands Middle English to Early Modern Englisha ɑ {ɛ,ɪ,ɤ} → ɑː ɔː ɜː / _ɹ{C,#}
əɪ əʊ → ɑi æʊ / “in some parts of South-Eastern England”
əɪ əʊ → aɪ aʊ / “in most of Britain”
17.7.2.1.5 Early Modern English to American Englishɪ → i / _# when unstressed
17.7.2.1.6 Early Modern English to Australian Englishɪ → iː / _# when unstressed
ɪ → iː / “unstressed foot-finally if the next syllable is stressed and begins with /k ɡ tʃ dʒ ʃ ʒ/”
ɪ → ə / unstressed
17.7.2.1.10 Old English to Scotsɪ → ɜ / _{K,r}
17.7.3.1 Proto-Norse to Old Norsea(i) {e,w{æ,i}} {we,ei} (w)ɪ → ey ø y ʏ / w_ ! hw_
{æ,e}i ai au w{ɪ,i} wy wV iu Vː → eː aː oː weː woː wVː eː oː V
ʏ ɪ → ø e
ɪʊ → yː
17.7.3.1.1 Old Norse to Early Icelandicu oː aː ʏɪ {y,i} {y,i}ː æː eː ey → ʏ ou au ai y ɪ i je ei
17.12.1.1.3 Latin to Frenchai iɛɪ → ɛ i
17.12.1.1.6 Vulgar Latin to Old Provençal— ɪ → e
30 Niger-Congo30.1 Proto-Potou-Akanic-Bantu to Proto-Bantuʋ̃ ɪ̃ → ũ ı̃ / #N[-labial]_
ɪ̃ → ɛ̃ / #(C)V_C
ɪ ɪ̃ → i ı̃ / #(C)V[-high]C_
30.2 Proto-Potou-Akanic-Bantu to Proto-Potou-Akanicɪ(Cɪ) → e(Ci) / t_; “vowel nasalizations are retained either way on each”
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to BasqueVɪC → VCʲ
aɪ → eɪ → e (rare)
eɪ → e / #_
oɪ → uɪ (rare)
46 Vowel Shifts46.1 7-to-5 Vowel Merger (Bantu)ɪ ʊ → i u
46.2 California Vowel Shift (English)æ ɪ → e i / _ŋ; some speakers (esp. in southern regions) may also have pin-pen and “a single phoneme in contrast to the nasal diphthong [ãɪ̃] of the U.S. Northeast” (though the article doesn’t specify what this is; maybe it’s just plain ã)
46.12 Northern Cities Vowel Shift (English)ɪ → ɪ̞
46.18 South African Chain Shift (English)æ ɛ ɪ → ɛ e ɨ
46.19 Southern [United States] Shift (English)aɪ → aː / _#
aɪ → aː / _C[+ voiced]
aɪ → ɑeː / else (only for some speakers)
aɪ → aː / else (only for some speakers)
æ ɛ ɪ → æj(ə) ɛj(ə) ɪj(ə)
ɛj(ə) ɪj(ə) i eɪ → ej(ə) ij(ə) ɪi ɛi

to /ɪ/

47 matches

6 Afro-Asiatic6.2.2.1.14 Classical Arabic to Moroccan Arabicə → ɪ / else
10 Austronesian10.1.2.7.1 Proto-Kalamian to Agutaynenaɪ ai → ɪɪ ii (not sure if there’s a long vowel or hiatus here)
10.1.2.7.2 Proto-Kalamian to Karamiananenaɪ ai → ɪɪ ii (not sure if there’s a long vowel or hiatus here)
10.1.2.7.3 Proto-Kalamian to Kalamian Tagbanwaaɪ ai → ɪɪ ii (not sure if there’s a long vowel or hiatus here)
10.3.2 Proto-Oceanic to Hiw{e,i} → ɪ (sporadic)
10.3.3 Proto-Oceanic to Lemerigo e → ʊ ɪ
ia → ɪ “(only somoetimes?)”
10.3.4 Proto-Oceanic to Mwotlapo e i → ɔ ɛ ɪ / C_V[- high]
o e → ʊ ɪ
aCV[+ high] → ɪ / when stressed unless primarily stressed
10.3.12 Proto-Oceanic to Vera’ai(C)V[- high] → i(C)ɪ
o e → ʊ ɪ
17 Indo-European17.7.2.1.4 Midlands Middle English to Early Modern Englishəɪ əʊ → aɪ aʊ / “in most of Britain”
eː oː → eɪ oʊ / ! _ɹ
17.7.2.1.5 Early Modern English to American Englishi u e → ɪ ʊ ɛ / _ɹ
iə → ɪ (ongoing)
17.7.2.1.6 Early Modern English to Australian Englishɜːɹ ɑːɹ ɔːɹ eːɹ oːɹ iːɹ uːɹ → ɜː ɑː ɔː ɛə ɔə ɪə ʊə / syllable-finally
oʊ iː → ɔʊ ɪə / _ɫ
oʊ iː → əʊ ɪi / else
ə → ɪ / _{k,ɡ,tʃ,dʒ,ʃ,ʒ,v}
17.7.2.1.7 Early Modern English to British Englishɜːɹ ɑːɹ ɔːɹ eːɹ oːɹ iːɹ uːɹ → ɜː ɑː ɔː ɛə ɔə ɪə ʊə / syllable-finally
17.7.2.1.9 Early Northern Middle English to Scots— əi → aɪ / _{r,F[+voiced],$,#} (pursuant to the above)
17.7.2.1.10 Old English to Scotsø → ɪ
{y,i} → ɪ
ʌ → ɪi (sporadic)
a → ɪ / “unstressed and/or final”
17.7.3.1 Proto-Norse to Old Norsei → ɪ / _NS[- voice] ! _NS(C){o,i,j}
17.7.3.1.1 Old Norse to Early Icelandicu o a øː eː y i → ʏɪ oi ai øi ei yː iː / _j
u oː aː ʏɪ {y,i} {y,i}ː æː eː ey → ʏ ou au ai y ɪ i je ei
17.7.3.1.2 Old Norse to Orkney Nornu a e eː → ʌ ɑ ɪ ɛ / _Cː
ɒ → ɪ / _rC
y → {ɪ,i}
i → ɪ / _CC
29 Na-Dene29.1.1.1.4 Proto-Athabaskan to Chilcotine {ɑ,ə} → i {e,ɪ}
30 Niger-Congo30.1 Proto-Potou-Akanic-Bantu to Proto-Bantui ı̃ V[-round] → uɪ uɪ̃ V[+round] / Cʷ_
37 Siouan-Iroquoian37.1.2.5 Proto-Northern Iroquoian to Seneca— a e o → ə ɪ ʊ / C_{C,i[-long]}
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basquehu hi → ʊ ɪ / {o,e}_ (also happened with /a/ sometimes, but usually such sequences just dropped one vowel)
aɪ → eɪ → e (rare)
aʊ → aɪ / !_{ɾ,r,s̺,s̻} (Souletin, Roncalese)
oɪ → uɪ (rare)
46 Vowel Shifts46.2 California Vowel Shift (English)æ → {eə̯,ɪə̯} / _N
46.5 Old English-to-Scots Vowel Shifts— əi → aɪ / _{r,F[+voiced],$,#} (pursuant to the above)
46.12 Northern Cities Vowel Shift (English)ɪ → ɪ̞
46.19 Southern [United States] Shift (English)ɛ → ɪ / _N
æ ɛ ɪ → æj(ə) ɛj(ə) ɪj(ə)
ɛj(ə) ɪj(ə) i eɪ → ej(ə) ij(ə) ɪi ɛi
æ/ɑː → æɪ

with context involving /ɪ/

6 matches

10 Austronesian10.3.4 Proto-Oceanic to MwotlapV[- high] → ∅ / {ɔ,ɛ,ɪ}C_
17 Indo-European17.7.2.1.10 Old English to Scotsθ → h / _ɪ
17.12.1.1.5 Latin to Portuguesee → iː / ”_%ɪː#
30 Niger-Congo30.1.1.2 Proto-Bantu to Tswana{tʃ,k} {ntʃ,nk,r} {ɲdʒ,nɡ} mp mb p b {d,l} m n → s tsʰ ts tʃʰ(w) tʃ(w) ʃ(w) dʒ(w) dʒ ŋw ɲ / _{ɪ,e}V
{tʃ,k} {ɲtʃ,nk} {ndʒ,nɡ} → s tsʰ ts / _{i,ɪ,e}
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basquen → ɲ / {i,ɪ}_V