Syllabic Consonants and Syllabification in Imdlawn Tashlhiyt Berber

@inproceedings{Dell1985SyllabicCA,
  title={Syllabic Consonants and Syllabification in Imdlawn Tashlhiyt Berber},
  author={François Dell and Mohamed Elmedlaoui},
  year={1985}
}
This article deals with the Tashlhiyt dialect of Berber äs spoken in the Imdlawn valley, seventy kilometers northeast of the city of Taroudant, in the Western Higher Atlas. One of us (ME) is a native Speaker of that dialect, which will henceforth be referred to äs ITB. A more detailed treatment of some of the points discussed here will be found in Elmedlaoui(1985). ITB has syllabic consonants (sonorants and obstruents), and the eligibility of a segment for being a syllabic peak depends on its… 
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