Maranao Revisited: An Overlooked Consonant Contrast and its Implications for Lexicography and Grammar

@article{Lobel2009MaranaoRA,
  title={Maranao Revisited: An Overlooked Consonant Contrast and its Implications for Lexicography and Grammar},
  author={J. W. Lobel and Jason William Labi Hadji Sarip Riwarung},
  journal={Oceanic Linguistics},
  year={2009},
  volume={48},
  pages={403 - 438}
}
This paper revisits Maranao, a Philippine language spoken on the island of Mindanao. In spite of its being the object of foreign inquiry for nearly a century, major errors have persisted in the analysis of its phonology and verb system. However, several now-deceased Muslim Maranao scholars unknowingly deciphered their language's phoneme system in the early 1970s in the process of trying to develop a more ideal orthography than had previously been in use. This breakthrough, unnoticed by… Expand
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