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  • bonahala underlyingly H HTD H o•a•bintsha underlyingly (H stem) H. — “Talk:Sesotho tonology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • A commonly held conception within phonology is that no morpheme is allowed to contain two consecutive high tones. underlyingly high-toned, while the other was underlyingly toneless. — “Obligatory Contour Principle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Segments showing A ~ B alternation are underlyingly /A/, which is converted to [B] in certain contexts by one We would consider the possibility that such cases are underlyingly long vowels ('read' = /soːm/), and consider shortening rules (this turns out. — “Morphophonology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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