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A new opposition has been created through the differentiation of opposed to .v. represents an attempt to denote a cerebral sound of this type.* In pre-Yd. other cerebrals appeared through the assimilation of ru, and rzn n, of rn t ^ nt (ut), and the absorption of the variety of t pronounced after an . ® Hut various instances of a-umlaut show that final n had not become labialized before it was dropped in Shgh. There is a common tendency towards a relaxation in the articulation of i and m; ai and an were monophthongized, as everywhere in Middle and Modern Iranian, and it is possible that the development of d u is common to the southern group of Pamir languages (Yd. — Ishk., and Wkh.).“ Ancient “a” appears in various forms in the modem dialects. appears to have known four sounds deve- loped from a, viz.^; 1) o, e.g., in Sgl. S I s), but early assimilation of dr, by the dissolution of the system of fricatives, the development of s from s Note also the tendency to avoid a vocalic initial through the prothesis of y- and ir-. they have sonorized sn *|, and to a varying degree inter- vocalic surd stops. The treatment of ■dr and of H varies from language to language. Various Modal Forms of the Verb 163 First Conditional .
166 Potential 165 Passive 165 Interrogative Particle . Participles 166 Infinitive 166 Conjunctions .166 Texts and Translations .
Metathesis and Interversion 87 Affricates 36 ‘ 138.
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SHETEUG: Norges forhistorie; problemer og resultater i norsk arkwlog L 1925.