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Brill’s Annual of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 1 (2009) 41–74 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/187666309X12491131130701 brill.nl/baall Reverse Engineering: Emphatic Consonants and the Adaptation of Vowels in French Loanwords into Moroccan Arabic * Michael Kenstowicz and

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Author: Evan-Gary Cohen

language’s prosody is constrained in a specific way (syllable structure, stress patterns). Therefore, loanwords which are incompatible with a language’s phonological system may have to undergo adaptation (see Hyman 1970, Holden 1976, Schwarzwald 1998, Kenstowicz 2007, Cohen 2010a/2010b/2013a and many more

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Consonants and the Adaptation of Vowels in French Loanwords into Moroccan Arabic 41–74 Michael Kenstowicz and Nabila Louriz A Unifi ed Approach to Refl exivization in Semitic and Romance 75–105 Edit Doron and Malka Rappaport Hovav Individuating and Measure Readings of Classifi er Constructions: Evidence from

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Phonology: Evidence from Loanword Adaptation in Hebrew . Ph.D. dissertation, Tel-Aviv University. Cohen, Evan-Gary. 2013. The emergence of the unmarked: Vowel harmony in Hebrew loanword adaptation. Lingua 131:66–79. Cohen, Evan-Gary. this volume. Loanwords

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37, 466–485. Cho, Taehong, Yoonjeong Lee & Sahyang Kim. 2014. Prosodic strengthening on the /s/-stop cluster and the phonetic implementation of an allophonic rule in English. Journal of Phonetics 46, 128–146. Cohen, Evan-Gary. 2013. Prosodic factors in the adaptation

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dissertation, Boston University. Kenstowicz, Michael & Nabila Louriz. 2009. Reverse engineering: Emphatic consonants and the adaptation of vowels in French lowanwords into Moroccan Arabic. Brill’s Annual of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 1 : 41–74. Lahrouchi, Mohamed & Rachid Ridouane. 2016. On

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(in Hebrew). Lĕšonénu 36, 212–219. Chayen, Maurice J. 1973. The Phonetics of Modern Hebrew . The Hague, Paris: Mouton. Cohen, Evan-Gary. 2009. The role of similarity in phonology: Evidence from loanword adaptation in Hebrew . PhD dissertation, Tel-Aviv University

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University Press. Clements, George. N., and Samuel J. Keyser. 1983. CV phonology: A Generative Theory of The Syllable . Cambridge, Massachusetts: Linguistic Inquiry Monographs 9. Cohen, Evan G. 2009. The role of similarity in phonology: Evidence from loanword adaptation in

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provocative in the sense that it forces the generation of a copy of the goal and the generation of a new position, such as a specifier position, for the copy to merge in, all for the purpose of feature valuation, as (15) (an adaptation of Haddad’s (104)) demonstrates. 2 (15) After the

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Author: Alexander Grosu

illustrated in (20). Comparable data can be constructed in other languages, in particular, in French and Romanian (illustration omitted) 9 . 190 A. Grosu / Brill’s Annual of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 1 (2009) 176–203 10 Th e analysis of such data may require some adaptation of Grosu & Landman

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