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Hill, Nathan W. (2013)
Publisher: SOAS
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: 8630, 2200, 3100
Although Old Burmese is the earliest attested Burmish language, more recently attested kindred languages preserve archaic features which Old Burmese has lost. This paper examines one such Burmese innovation, the merger of *ts and *č.
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