Cua(Kor) historical phonology and classification
The Cua language of the Central Vietnam Highlands has been little studied, and is barely known beyond a few unpublished wordlists. Recently the author acquired an extensive manuscript lexicon (Maier & Burton 1981), and also made some brief field recordings. With the help of this data the phonological history of Cua is reconstructed, with reference to a preliminary reconstruction of proto-Bahnaric. Additionally, the question of classification is discussed; it was treated as Eastern North...[Show more]
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