Khmuic classification and homeland
The paper discusses the author�s comparative investigation of Khmuic in progress. Original proposals are made concerning the classification of Khmuic languages and their original homeland and migrations that established present distributions. The arguments are made with reference to the author�s working version of his phonological and lexical reconstruction. The evolution of the consonant system is found to be uninformative in regard to the classification, so special attention is given to an...[Show more]
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