Chapter 17. Quantitative and qualitative restrictions on the distribution of lexical tones in Thai

  title={Chapter 17. Quantitative and qualitative restrictions on the distribution of lexical tones in Thai},
  author={Pittayawat Pittayaporn},
  journal={Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today},



Tone effects on consonants


  • G. Thurgood
  • Economics
    The Handbook of Historical Linguistics
  • 2020
HAL is a multi-disciplinary open access archive for the deposit and dissemination of scientific research documents, whether they are published or not. The documents may come from teaching and

Optimality Theory

• In the first part, of this course, we have studied subsegmental structure • In later classes, we will mostly concentrate on higher-order structure • But first we will do another thing: introduce a

Change in the Standard Thai High Tone: An Acoustic Study

Standard Thai tones are divided into two categories; namely, level tones (mid tone, low tone, and high tone) and contour tones (falling tone and rising tone). The Thai high tone was found to have

Creating the Thai National Corpus

The TNC was designed as a resource for general applications, such as lexicography, language teaching, and linguistic research, and to be comparable to the British National Corpus so that a comparative study between the two languages is also possible.

On the Tones of certain Languages of Burma

  • L. F. Taylor
  • Linguistics
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 1920
[MR. L. F. TAYLOR, of the Indian Educational Service, was the official entrusted by the Government of Burma with the preparation of the gramophone records of the languages of that Province, which

Chindamani and reconstruction of Thai tones in the 17th century

Chindamani, the oldest surviving text about the Thai language, contains a direct but equivocal description of Thai orthography and prosody. Combining careful textual study with findings and