A phonology and lexicon of the Yonghe variety of Qiang
Yonghe, a variety of Qiang (Tibeto-Burman, China) has never been described in the literature. This paper is the first publication specifically about the Yonghe variety. This variety is interesting in that it has a rather simplified segmental phonology, but has not undergone tonogenesis. This paper also appends a lexicon which will be useful for future reconstructive and comparative work on Qiang varieties.
Keywords: phonology, Qiang, Qiangic, Tibeto-Burman, Yonghe
Published online: 23 June 2014
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