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Speaker 76: male; {@lº (m1/3): SawAlif text 4 Phonologically, Speaker 76 speaks a typical B village dialect (k < OA q, f < OA T, d < OA D), but with the special features typical only of the central villages of {@lº and B¢ri (see the notes for Speakers 72 and 74 above). g. gAyib (S76-8), gAy (S76-10), sigiyya, sagAya (S7626)); its voiceless correlate, transcribed as C, is also usually a palatal rather than an alveolar affricate. The incidence of C rather than k follows the B village pattern, with Cil ‘all’ and CIllvh ‘always’ having the affricate in contrast to urban B and all A dialects which have k in these words.

G. [SrUbQt] ‘she drank’, [mUkA˘n] ‘place’. 2 EADS 27. language notes xxxi Generally A has a backed and rounded quality in any phonetic environment. g. [hÅ˘Di] or even [hç˘Di] ‘this’, [/Å:na] ‘I’. (This phonetic feature is not marked in the texts). g. [bˆ˘sÚ] ‘keel of a boat’. g. sEf ‘sword’, bOg ‘theft’. g. mithAS < mithAwiS ‘arguing’, hAn < hAwin ‘mortar’. g. ’. g. HalwAyO ‘jack pomfret’ (type of fish), ndEndO ‘type of dance with drum accompaniment’. g. maryamO, xalIlO, HusnO. g. nxala ‘palm-tree’.

Otherwise, this speaker used alveolar G like other B speakers. Morphologically, the use of -him for ‘they, them’ is an oddity of this area also. Speaker 76: male; {@lº (m1/3): SawAlif text 4 Phonologically, Speaker 76 speaks a typical B village dialect (k < OA q, f < OA T, d < OA D), but with the special features typical only of the central villages of {@lº and B¢ri (see the notes for Speakers 72 and 74 above). g. gAyib (S76-8), gAy (S76-10), sigiyya, sagAya (S7626)); its voiceless correlate, transcribed as C, is also usually a palatal rather than an alveolar affricate.

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