(linearity change occurring in a word or syllable) sequence or pattern, as Hume says, must be attested in listener's native language.
64), and a metathesized
vasu- (in the first two syllables).
The soybean oil, which contains a large amount of polyunsaturated fatty acid, is metathesized
, hydrogenated and then modified by the addition of polar groups.
Four sequences of two characters--en, t(space), do, wn--are metathesized
The rather high proportion of metathesized
forms in the non-Northern areas makes it clear that metathesis ceased to be a local phenomenon.
The echo of Chabert in Chapotel, goes beyond the first syllable of each name which ends in the bilabial /b/ and /p/ to a metathesized
grouping around the vowel /[epsilon]/ of the liquids /1/ and /r/ and the letter "t." Semantically Chapotel echoes words like chapeau, chapote, chaperon, cheptel, and as we shall see capital, all deriving from caput and designating a metaphorical or metonymic relation to the head.
pronunciation the inserted -i is metathesized
to a position prior o the
Clearly, the SSG bars [nfaha] from surfacing and the metathesized
form [fnaha] violates the undominated constraint LINEARITY.
If Ovid referred to the crocodile as a sawfish, it is possible that he used the metathesized
form pistris rather than pristis.(9) However, I prefer pristis, which is the only form found in both Greek and Latin, and so presumably the earliest Latin form, as well as the etymologically correct Greek form (assuming derivation from [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
1) tentatively interprets as a metathesized
form of * sasani- (san `win').
It is a naturally derived viscous paste formed when metathesized
, hydrogenated soybean oil in the form of a soft wax is blended with partially hydrogenated soybean oil.
In terms of the present investigation, I suggest that certain of the metathesized
stems of the CiriCt-um type (< *CiCrt-um) became the models by which new roots of the shape [square root of ([C.sub.1][r.sub.2][C.sub.3])] developed, either in coexistence with the original etymological root [square root of ([C.sub.1][C.sub.2][r.sub.3])] or in competition with it.