Anatoly Liberman

Anatoly Liberman

is editor/board member of the following book series:

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is author of the following articles:

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Liberman, Anatoly. 2015. “Some Unsolved (and Probably Insoluble) Aspects of Initial Fricative Voicing in Early English: Voicing in Early English Viewed as Part of the Great Germanic Lenition”. In Early Germanic Languages in Contact, 245–259
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Liberman, Anatoly. 2010. “Iconicity and etymology”. In Signergy, 243–258
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Liberman, Anatoly. 2005. “The Relation of English Slowworm, Swedish and Older Danish ormslå, Norwegian Dialectal sleva, and German Blindschleiche to *Slahan 'Strike', with a Note on Tautological Compounds”. In NOWELE Volume 46/47 (June 2005): Papers on Scandinavian and Germanic Language and Culture, 119–132
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Liberman, Anatoly. 2003. “The Etymology of the Word slang ”. In NOWELE Volume 42 (March 2003), 99–113
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Liberman, Anatoly. 1996. “2. Phonological Markedness and a Plea for useful Linguistics”. In Toward a Calculus of Meaning: Studies in markedness, distinctive features and deixis, 55
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Liberman, Anatoly. 1992. “A Bird'S-Eye View of Open Syllable Lengthening in English and in the Other Germanic Languages”. In NOWELE Volume 20 (September 1992), 67–87
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Liberman, Anatoly. 1991. “Phonologization in Germanic”. In STAEFCRAEFT: Studies in Germanic Linguistics, 125
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Liberman, Anatoly. 1988. “Distinctive features in synchronic and diachronic phonology”. In The Prague School and Its Legacy, 21
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Liberman, Anatoly. 1986. “Beowulf — Grettir”. In Germanic Dialects: Linguistic and Philological Investigations, 353–401
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Liberman, Anatoly. 1979. “On the history of quantity in germanic”. In Current Issues in the Phonetic Sciences: Proceedings of the IPS-77 Congress, Miami Beach, Florida, 17–19 December 1977, 1085–1090
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Liberman, Anatoly. 1979. “Prephonological views on the history of english syllable accents”. In Current Issues in the Phonetic Sciences: Proceedings of the IPS-77 Congress, Miami Beach, Florida, 17–19 December 1977, 321–329