Investigation of the social distribution of palatalization
shows that women's speeches reflect frequent and advanced palatalization
, while men's do not.
Fischer already makes efforts to mark word-initial palatalization
: kied 'hand' (ked), kjel 'tongue' (kel), kjaw, pjel, fsjada, ssielma, wjete; however, word-internal and word-final palatalization
is not represented in any way: kied (ked), kjel (kel), kumen (kemen), peel 'knife' (pejel'), pjel (pel').
rule affects/ts s/that appear before a high front articulation [i j] and gives rise to the allophones [t[?
There are a few fast-speech assimilations, such as palatalization
, palatal glide spreading, and nasal devoicing, but since these only occur within domains that are defined by pause and rhythm, they are not primary means of investigating phonological boundaries.
the use of thorn or th in words like pei : thei; phonological, to examine some specific features like velarization versus palatalization
as in swilk: suche; morphological, where the ending for the 3rd pers.
The comma (U+0326) in the sequence -, renders stem consonant palatalization
, notably in three imperfect forms tu'l 'came', vo'l 'was', and pan 'put'.
debuccalization, rhotacism of *z > *r, palatalization
of velars before front vocalics, etc.
Another point concerning the logical assibilation types in (5) is that the /j/ referred to here is intended to include not only the segment /j/ but also secondary palatalization
(see Romanian in  below).
According to classical accounts on this change, the palatalization
of West Germanic a into OE ae and its later development into e took place in the dialects spoken in the Mercian dialects of the West Midland area and in Kentish.
i]e was shown as a separate vowel e preceded by palatalization
of the letter; the same principle was used with regard to the polyphthongs (Ce, Cie where C is a palatalized consonant) in the 1920s (LL 1922; LL 1923; AK 1923).
the prefixes in SI Otomi undergo regular palatalization
of the nasal before a glottal, while the clitic does not).
Estonian and its cognates, Serbo-Croatian, Latvian, English, Japanese), as well as, for example, the acoustics of Estonian diphthongs and consonants, including the palatalization
of the latter, and segmental phonetics of several other languages.