Index Diachronica: involving /U/

10 results from /U/   13 results to /U/   32 results with context involving /U/   

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from /U/

10 matches

8 Altaic8.1 Proto-Altaic to Proto-JaponicU[+long] → U[-long]
8.2 Proto-Altaic to Proto-KoreanU[+long] → U[-long]
8.4 Proto-Altaic to Proto-TungusicU[-long +low pitch] U[+long -low pitch] → U[+long] U[-long]
17 Indo-European17.7.2.1.13 Middle English to YolaU → U[+ stress] / #U_ (often)
24 Macro-Pama-Nyungan24.1.7 Proto-Paman to Yinwum#”UU → #U”U
42 Uralic42.1.1 Pre-Finnic to Proto-FinnicUŋA eŋi → Oː øː
Uwi ewi → oː øː
42.1.1.1.1 Proto-Finnish to Standard FinnishUe → eː / unstressed
VU → Vː / _#
iU OU → Uː Oː

to /U/

13 matches

8 Altaic8.1 Proto-Altaic to Proto-JaponicU[+long] → U[-long]
8.2 Proto-Altaic to Proto-KoreanU[+long] → U[-long]
8.4 Proto-Altaic to Proto-TungusicU[-long +low pitch] U[+long -low pitch] → U[+long] U[-long]
8.5.1.2 Proto-Kypchak to Kyrgyz∅ → U / #_{l,r} (not sure what 〈U〉 represents here; maybe just some sort of back vowel?)
17 Indo-European17.7.2.1.13 Middle English to YolaU → U[+ stress] / #U_ (often)
24 Macro-Pama-Nyungan24.1.7 Proto-Paman to Yinwum#”UU → #U”U
42 Uralic42.1.1.1 Proto-Finnic to Proto-Finnishj w → i U / V_{C,#}
βi → U / _#
42.1.1.1.1 Proto-Finnish to Standard Finnishp → β → U / _R
t → z → U / _r{A,O}
k → ɣ → U / {A,O,U}_R ! R = j
AO → {A,O,U}ː / unstressed
iU OU → Uː Oː

with context involving /U/

32 matches

8 Altaic8.3 Proto-Altaic to Proto-Mongolicpʰ → b / #_U[+high pitch]
8.5.1 Proto-Turkic to Proto-KypchakV → V[- round] / U_
10 Austronesian10.2.3.1 Proto-Malayic to (Standard) MalayV → ə / _(C…)UU#
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)
17 Indo-European17.2.3 Common Anatolian to Lyciane → a / _U[+u,a]
a → e / _U[+e,i]
17.5.1 Proto-Indo-European to Old IrishV → ∅ / #UU(_)U(U(_)U) / unstressed; this “remained as a phonologically conditioned rule in OIr”; “[t]hat’s a little unclear, so let me try and enumerate: in words of more than three syllables, every other vowel (only the even ones) dropped, if it’s unstressed. In some words, syncope didn’t apply because it would create an unwieldy consonant cluster: so PIE *komaktyom → OIr cumachte, not *cumchte”
17.7.1 Common Germanic to Gothic— V[- long] → ∅ / U_C# ! V = u
— aj → a / U_#
17.7.2.1.13 Middle English to YolaU → U[+ stress] / #U_ (often)
17.7.3.1 Proto-Norse to Old Norsea → ∅ / CC_U#
a → ∅ / _U#
{B,E} → ∅ / CC_U# ! B = ɒ
{B,E} → ∅ / _U# ! B = ɒ
V[- long] → ∅ / #U_UU
17.11.1 Proto-Slavic to Polisha ɛ i ɔ u ɨ ã → aː ɛː iː ɔː uː ɨː ãː / _{C/U}[+voiced][lost yer] (i.e., a voiced consonant or a cluster with one)
17.12.1.1.8 Latin to Romaniana 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 / #{r,P}_…”U
o → u / #C…_…”U
42 Uralic42.1.1 Pre-Finnic to Proto-Finnicx → w / {U,O}_C
ŋ → w / _{A,O,U}
ŋ → w / {O,U}_
42.1.1.1.1 Proto-Finnish to Standard Finnishk → ɣ → U / {A,O,U}_R ! R = j
ʋ → ∅ / _UC
ɣ → ʋ / U_U
44 Vasconic44.2 Proto-Basque to Basquee → ∅ / #Ur_