postconsonantal

postconsonantal

(ˌpəʊstˌkɒnsəˈnæntəl)
adj
(Linguistics) linguistics situated or occurring after a consonant
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Just as we have tried to descry an identity behind the different forms of the connegatives in E- and A-bases with the help of vowel rotation, so are we trying now to show that the two different markers of testimonial past, -je(after -l- and -n-) and -se- (after other consonant- and vowel-finals) are reactions to the same challenge: in intervocalic (and postconsonantal, other than -l and -n) affirmations the marker is realized as -s and in post-dental/lateral position as -j.
2-7 Rona-Tas examines the status of the reconstructed WOT segments by position in the word: initial, intervocalic, preconsonantal, postconsonantal, and final.
16) Blackfoot has no /d/ but a palatal glide, which does not occur in postconsonantal position (with the exeption of the glottal stop).
For Proto-Finnic consonant clusters on the border of the stem-initial and the following unstressed syllable in Livonian, the preconsonantal * h is lost, giving rise to stud in the initial syllable but the postconsonantal * h is lost with no trace.
The full or initial vowel signs further differ from those of Brahmi in that they are all constructed from the basic vowel sign for a to which are affixed the postconsonantal vowel diacritics to form initial i, u, and so on: thus [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = initial a/a, while [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = initial i/i/.