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by Professor Toby D. Griffen Ph.D.

eBook Germano-European: Breaking the Sound Law download ISBN: 0809314517
Author: Professor Toby D. Griffen Ph.D.
Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press; 1st Edition edition (November 1, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 296
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Indo-European sound laws. If we take f as the original then basically the same thing happens with ph, only some of the changes will require the sound to take even more effort to pronounce So that's a no-go Now what we have left is bh. I mean if you think about it it makes sense getting from bh to both b and Greek ph takes only one step and both changes seem pretty likely to happen and Latin then took ph and made it into f Which is a likely change as we've been able to see it happen in modern Greek and German So we now.

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Relying on the most up-to-date findings in dynamic phonetics and phonology, Griffen has created a radical reconstruction of Indo-European/Germano-European linguistics.

Griffen's dynamic, nonsegmental model of phonology demonstrates certain relationships among phonetic details that make Grimm’s Law extremely unlikely. Whereas the Indo-European reconstructions shift to the fortis Germanic consonants, the nonsegmental phonetic detail of the environment would require a change to the lenis—the opposite move. In this work, Griffen reconstructs a consonant system in which the changes from the protoforms to the language groups are much more in keeping with phonetic detail and phonetic plausibility than in traditional systems. No arbitrary sound law is necessary to account for variations among the language groups. These variations can be handled from the reconstruction and regular, observed tendencies in sound change and variation supported by definable phonetic justifications.