Mojeño Trinitario

@article{RoseMojeoT,
  title={Moje{\~n}o Trinitario},
  author={Françoise Rose},
  journal={Journal of the International Phonetic Association}
}
On ‘affective’ exceptions to sound change: an example from the Mojeño (Arawakan) kinship terminology system
This paper discusses a postulated non-sound change-based development derived from the detection of an exception to a regular segmental correspondence and shows how this proposal receives independent
Folia Linguistica Historica
The goals of the present paper are: to improve the reconstruction of ProtoMojeño (PM) by reconstructing a synchronic morphophonological alternation; to provide a clearer picture of the relations
Linguistic Typology
Well attested diachronic sources for applicative markers are adpositions and verbs. Nominal sources are regarded as dubious, although nouns have been argued to have developed into applicatives in
Rhythmic syncope and opacity in Mojeño Trinitario
This paper presents rhythmic syncope in Mojeño Trinitario, an Arawak language spoken in lowland Bolivia. In this language, every vowel that is in a weak prosodic position can syncopate. The syncope
Acoustic correlates of metrical prominence in Mojeño Trinitario
This paper reports results of a phonetic study of acoustic exponents of metrical prominence in Mojeno Trinitario, an Arawak language of lowland Bolivia. Mojeno Trinitario displays a rhythmic syncope
The historical phonology of Paunaka (Arawakan)
  • F. Carvalho
  • Linguistics
    Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas
  • 2018
Abstract This paper applies the comparative method to unravel the historical development of the segmental phonology of Paunaka, an Arawakan language of Bolivia. Although the Paunaka vowel system
The rise and fall of Mojeño diminutives through the centuries
This paper investigates the diachrony of diminutives in Mojeno across four centuries. First, it shows that the three Mojeno diminutives have two lexical sources: ‘child’ and ‘seed’. This constitutes
Comparative reconstruction of proto-mojeño and the phonological diversification of mojeño dialects1
This paper addresses nine open issues in the historical phonology of Mojeño, an Arawak language of Bolivia. We propose solutions to these problems by postulating reconstructed forms for Proto-Mojeño
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Comparative reconstruction of proto-mojeño and the phonological diversification of mojeño dialects1
This paper addresses nine open issues in the historical phonology of Mojeño, an Arawak language of Bolivia. We propose solutions to these problems by postulating reconstructed forms for Proto-Mojeño