Vowel quality alternation in Dinka verb inflection

@article{Andersen1993VowelQA,
  title={Vowel quality alternation in Dinka verb inflection},
  author={Torben Andersen},
  journal={Phonology},
  year={1993},
  volume={10},
  pages={1-42}
}
Dinka, a major Western Nilotic language spoken in the Sudan, is to a large extent a monosyllabic language. Nevertheless, it has a complex morphology. Thus a significant part of its morphology is non-affixal, being manifested by way of morphophonological alternations in the root. Such alternations involve one or more of the following parameters: vowel quality, vowel length, voice quality, tone and final consonant. While alternations in vowel length, voice quality and tone are treated in Andersen… Expand
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