Related to Anlaut: Auslaut


n.1.(Phon.) An initial sound, as of a word or syllable.
Im anlaut
initially; when initial; - used of sounds.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The original anlaut is preserved in the Estonian noun jutt 'story; talk'.
Those scholars who have accepted it thus far have either tried to find an explanation for the problematic Anlaut that would be internal to Greek (Laneres 2007) or have operated with two different epithets.
) (no word in Bur begins with wo-, i.e., all Bur words in w(in the anlaut) have wa- in Hz Ng (B 462-466) and wa- and we- in Ys).
A syllable may also contain an onset (initial, Anlaut) or a coda (final, Auslaut) consonant cluster.
Geraint Bowen (Llandysul, 1974), 196-219, at 203, 206; and (on the anlaut of bilain, milain) A.
The hypothesis that I would like to consider here is that the apparently eccentric reflexes of (k)siin are due to the presence of something special about the Proto-Greek Anlaut underlying ksun/sa n.
Furthermore, Nganasan, Dolgan, Forest Enets, Evenki and partly Tundra Enets show a transition from anlaut *j- > *d'-.
Noonan's "Classical Tibetan" o/u 'yonder' (p.481) is phonologically impossible, since no known variety of written Tibetan, classical or demotic, makes provision for writing vocalic Anlaut; incorrect also is the gloss, since the form, if it means anything, must somehow revert to the defective demonstrative hu- th at survives as the bound initial-morph of written humir(u), honir(u) 'hither'.
Als zweiter Bestandteil eines Diphthongs tritt es in der Verbalform eneyk (spater enek) auf, sonst dient zur Wiedergabe des i und/oder j nur i: im Anlaut in iarov [jaross], iorgossun [irgalmazzon], iovben [jossben], iacob [Jakob], ivtua [jutssa], iov [jo], iochtotnia [joxtatnia], fur die intervokalische Stellung gabe es neben *feye in dem Denkmal nur einen weiteren Beleg: foianec [fajanek].
Eine sehr passende Analogie zu diesen lettischen Belegen liefern beispielsweise die zahlreichen ostseefinnischen Deskriptivworter mit einer Konsonantverbindung im Anlaut, indem sie zwar eine entlehnte Phonemstruktur imitieren, trotzdem aber keine Lehnworter sind.
Gemass dem im Estnischen im Anlaut auftretenden k verweist L.