Disambiguation of neutralized forms in two Croatian varieties

  • Višnja Josipović University of Zagreb
  • Dora Maček University of Zagreb
Keywords: Disambiguation of neutralized forms in two Croatian varieties

Abstract

A type of northwestern Croatian pronunciation, also known as the Kajkavian accent, was compared with the standard Croatian pronunciation with respect to the strategies used to disambiguate neutralized final obstruents. The two varieties differ in that the former is characterized by the phonological rule of Final Devoicing, where word-final obstruents are realized as voiceles.

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Published
1994-12-01
How to Cite
JosipovićV., & MačekD. (1994). Disambiguation of neutralized forms in two Croatian varieties. Linguistica, 34(2), 63-68. https://doi.org/10.4312/linguistica.34.2.63-68
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