Index Diachronica: involving /ʝ/

15 results from /ʝ/   23 results to /ʝ/   

plain ʝː ʝ͡

from /ʝ/

15 matches

10 Austronesian10.2 Proto-Austronesian to Proto-Batak{ts,ʈ} {ɟʝ͡,ɖ} {lʲ,ɲ} {ʔ,x,s,h} ʀ → t d n ∅ r (velar fricative is conjectured; changes → d “unsure”)
17 Indo-European17.7.2.1.2 Old English to Kentish Middle English{eɑh,eɑç,eɑx,eɑʝ,eɑɣ} → ɑw
17.7.2.1.3 Old English to Midlands Middle English{eɑh,eɑç,eɑx,eɑʝ,eɑɣ} → ɑw
17.7.2.1.8 Old English to Northern Middle English{eɑh,eɑç,eɑx,eɑʝ,eɑɣ} → ɑw
17.7.2.1.12 Old English to Southern Middle English{eɑh,eɑç,eɑx,eɑʝ,eɑɣ} → ɑw
17.12.1.1.10 Vulgar Latin to Spanishʝ → {∅,ʒ} (the latter is rare)
ʝː → ∅ / E_
pː tː kː sː tːs ʝː → p t k s ts ʝ
/ʝ/ [ʝ~dʒ] → [ʒ~dʒ]
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basquej → ʝ → j (northern High Navarrese, most Labourd, some Biscayan)
j → ʝ → ʒ (Souletin, sporadic in northwestern Biscayan)
j → ʝ → ɟ (typical of Low Navarrese)
j → ʝ → ʒ → dʒ (northwestern Biscayan)
j → ʝ → ʒ → ʃ (Aescoan, Salazarese, Roncalese, most southern High Navarrese)
j → ʝ → ʒ → ʃ → x (Guipuscoan, northwestern High Navarrese, eastern Biscayan)

to /ʝ/

23 matches

17 Indo-European17.7.2.1.1 Anglo-Frisian to Old Englishk ɣ ɡ → tʃ ʝ dʒ / “in certain complex circumstances”
17.7.2.1.11 Scots to Falkirk Scotsɡ → ʝ / V_# ! _C “(most times)”
17.7.2.2.2 Middle Dutch to Modern Dutch— x ɣ → ç ʝ / in southern dialects (the articles use velar phonemes here but describes them as “front velar”; based on the description and on representations in other articles, the palatal phonemes are used here)
17.7.2.5 West Germanic to Old Low Germanɡ → ʝ / _E (singleton only)
17.7.3.1 Proto-Norse to Old NorseN(ː) k k(ː) N(ː)ɡ ɡ(ː) ɣ → ɲc(ː) c(ː) ɲɟ(ː) ɟ(ː) ʝ / _{i,j}
17.12.1.1.1 Classical Latin vs. Vulgar Latinj → ʝ / #_V
j → ʝː / V_V
17.12.1.1.10 Vulgar Latin to Spanish{jl,lj} {jn,nj} {jɡ,ɡj} → ʎ ɲ ʝː
bj → ʝː (sporadic)
pː tː kː sː tːs ʝː → p t k s ts ʝ
ʎ → /ʝ/ (“merged with”)
36 Sino-Tibetan36.3.2.1 Proto-rGyalrongic to bTshan Lap b çp çb sP rP Np Nb pr {br,pj} bj → pʰ p ʝb çp sp rpʰ mpʰ mb br pʰj pj
36.3.2.2.2 Proto-rGyalrongic to lCog Rtse(N)p Nb sP çp çb pr br {p,b}j → (m)pʰ (m)p sp ʝb çp br pʰj pʰj
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basqued ð → ɟ ʝ / {E,j}_ ? (“some dialects”)
d ð → ɟ ʝ / {ʎ,ɲ}_ (Guipuscoan, High Navarrese)
{ɡ,ɣ} → {ɟ,ʝ} / {E,j}_
j → ʝ → j (northern High Navarrese, most Labourd, some Biscayan)
j → ʝ → ʒ (Souletin, sporadic in northwestern Biscayan)
j → ʝ (some Biscayan and Navarrese)
j → ʝ → ɟ (typical of Low Navarrese)
j → ʝ → ʒ → dʒ (northwestern Biscayan)
j → ʝ → ʒ → ʃ (Aescoan, Salazarese, Roncalese, most southern High Navarrese)
j → ʝ → ʒ → ʃ → x (Guipuscoan, northwestern High Navarrese, eastern Biscayan)