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9; if so, isÛbatuÌ and isÛbutuÌ may be understood as graphemic equivalents rendering one and the same form isÛbëtuÌ. 5) of an equivalence between V…C and VC… is applicable only in prosodic terms, and should not be taken to mean (as seems to be the case in Diakonoff 1991–92: 116) that no phonological opposition exists. An opposition is clearly apparent in such morphemically diverse minimal pairs as sËuÌma ‘he himself’ vs. sËumma ‘if’; daÌnum ‘judge’ vs. dannum ‘powerful’; ’ikuÌnuÌ ‘they stood firm’ vs.

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