Index Diachronica: involving /…/

9 results from /…/   9 results to /…/   67 results with context involving /…/   

from /…/

9 matches

8 Altaic8.5.1 Proto-Turkic to Proto-Kypchakb…n → m…n
17 Indo-European17.5 Proto-Indo-European to Proto-Celtic— p…kʷ → kʷ…kʷ
17.5.1 Proto-Indo-European to Old IrishC(…C) → ∅ / _# ! /l r/ and clusters containing them; “[t]his remained a phonologically conditioned rule in OIr”
17.12.1.1 Proto-Indo-European to Latinp…kʷ → kʷ…kʷ
V1…V2 → V2…V2 (rare)
r…r → r…∅
{n,d}…r → r…r
36 Sino-Tibetan36.1.1.1 Old Mandarin to Modern Pekingese#r…î# → #î…r
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basqueh…h → ∅…h (“affect[s] both the oral /h/ and the nasalized aspiration”)

to /…/

9 matches

6 Afro-Asiatic6.2.2.1.18 Proto-Semitic to Biblical Hebrew— a → _$%%(…)”
8 Altaic8.5.1 Proto-Turkic to Proto-Kypchakb…n → m…n
17 Indo-European17.5 Proto-Indo-European to Proto-Celtic— p…kʷ → kʷ…kʷ
17.12.1.1 Proto-Indo-European to Latinp…kʷ → kʷ…kʷ
V1…V2 → V2…V2 (rare)
r…r → r…∅
{n,d}…r → r…r
36 Sino-Tibetan36.1.1.1 Old Mandarin to Modern Pekingese#r…î# → #î…r
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basqueh…h → ∅…h (“affect[s] both the oral /h/ and the nasalized aspiration”)

with context involving /…/

67 matches

10 Austronesian10.2.3.1 Proto-Malayic to (Standard) MalayV → ə / _(C…)UU#
ə → a / _(C…)#
10.2.4.2 Proto-Malayo-Polynesian to MadureseV → Vː / ə(C…?)_
10.2.6 Proto-Malayo-Polynesian to Proto-North Sarawaka → ə / _UU(U…)#
ə → ∅ / #_UU(U…)# “(i.e., in word-initial position in prepenultimate syllables)
10.2.6.1 Proto-North Sarawak to Kiputai au → ɛː ɔː / _…#
a → i / O[+voiced]…_(C)# “(blocked if there was an intervening nasal, and sometimes if there was an intervening voiceless stop or liquid)”
(C)V → ∅ / #_C… “(irregular)”
10.2.6.3 Proto-Malayic to Minangkabaua → o / _(C…)#
— ə → a / _(C…)# (eventually spread to everywhere)
15 Eskimo-Aleut15.2.5 Proto-Eskimo to Kuskokwim Yup’ikC → Cː / _V(…V) except in #U
15.2.6 Proto-Eskimo to Nunivak Yup’ikC → Cː / _V(…V) except in #U
15.2.8 Proto-Eskimo to Unaaliq Yup’ikC → Cː / _V(…V), after #U
17 Indo-European17.5.1 Proto-Indo-European to Old Irishoː → uː / _(C…)#
— e → i / _(C…)#
— o → a / _{(C…),u}#
— i u → e o / _C(…C){a(ː),e(ː),o(ː)}
— e o → i u / _C(…C){H,j}
17.5.2 Proto-Celtic to Middle Welsha o → ei {ɨ,ei} / _(C…)j(C…)#
a → {ɨ,ei} / _(C…)j(C…)#
V → ɨ / _(C…)j(C…)#
{a,o} → e / _(C…)i(ː)
{a,e,o} → ei / _(C…)j
17.7.2.2 West Germanic to Old Low Franconianai u → ei ʏ / _(C…){i(ː),j} (short only; in the case of [ʏ] at least this was not yet phonemic)
a → ɛ / _(C…){i(ː),j} (conjectured based on date from the “Germanic umlaut” article)
17.7.2.4 High German Cosonant Shift and Umlauta u o → e y ø / _(C…){i(ː),j}
17.12.1.1.3 Latin to Frenche → ə / #(C…)_(%…)” in U[+open]
e → ɛ / #(C…)_(%…)” in U[+closed] or _V (?)
a → ə / #{tʃ,dʒ}_(%…)” in U[+open]
ɛ → i / _C(C…)i#
17.12.1.1.6 Vulgar Latin to Old Provençal— e → i / _(C…)i{C(C…)V,#}
— au → a / _(C…)u
— e → i / _(C…)i(C…)#
— V → ∅ / R_(C…)
ɡ → ∅ / V_(VC…)”V
17.12.1.1.8 Latin to RomanianV → ”V / _(C…)”{i,e}V
s → i / #(C…)V_#
e → a / i_(C…){a,e}#
a o → ə u / ”U…_#
e → ə / ”U…P_(C…)V# ! V = i
a → a / #(C…)V…C[+palatal]_…”U
a o → ə u / #(C…)V…_…”U
e → i / #(C…)V…_n…”U
e → ə / #(C…)V…{t,d,n}_…”U
e → ə / P”_(C…)B
e → ə / #{r,P}_…”U
o → u / #C…_…”U
Ci → Cʲ / _# ! R…R_#
18 Je-Tupı́-Carib18.4.1 Proto-Tupí-Guaraní to Akwárao → a / ! o(C…)_(C…)#
18.4.2 Proto-Tupí-Guaraní to Cocamao → u(a) / ! o(C…)_(C…)#
18.4.3 Proto-Tupí-Guaraní to Guajajarao → u / ! o(C…)_(C…)#
18.4.10 Proto-Tupí-Guaraní to Urubuu → o / ! o(C…)_(C…)#
33 Penutian33.1.1 Proto-Utian to Proto-Costanoan (Ohlone)e → i / _(C…)u
o → a / ! o(C…)_ or _(C…){o,i}
33.1.1.1 Proto-Costanoan to Chochenyoo → u / _(C…)i
33.1.1.3 Proto-Costanoan to Mutsuno → u / _(C…)i
33.1.1.4 Proto-Costanoan to Rumseno → u / _(C…)i
42 Uralic42.1.1.1.1 Proto-Finnish to Standard Finnishæ → a / e(C…)_(C…)o
e → ø / #(C…)_y
i → y / #(C…)l_y
i → y / #(C…)_væ
42.1.2 Proto-Finnic to Livonianɑ æ → æe / _(C…)i
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basquei → u / _(C…)u (Roncalese)
i → y / _(C…)y (Souletin)
e → o / _(C…)o (eastern dialects, Bermeo Biscayan)
e → o / o(C…)_ (eastern dialects)
a o e → ɛ u i / {i,u}(C…)_ (this [ɛ] is tentatively marked as such; Egurtzegi transcribes it as /e/ but says it’s not as close as /e/)