Morphophonemic alternations in the initial consonants of stems in Olunyole, a Luyia Bantu language
By Dr. Bill Gardner
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Olunyole, a Luyia Bantu language, exhibits morphophonemic alternations in the initial consonants of stems following nasals. Some (but not all) of these alternations are similar to processes in other Bantu languages, e.g. Shona languages , including Ndau . Understanding the linguistic context, both diachronic and synchronic, can help to explain this phenomenon.
This is a peer reviewed Article
Article in CanIL Electronic Working Papers
Volume #: 2