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Order of Diachronics Edit

While most of the diachronic changes are relatively absolute, some are frequently moved around. No definite order could ever be associated with this because some changes will retain their effect in different places. Several changes took no effect on terminal adjectival stems. Medial adjectival stems were retained, but were no longer treated as stems and were treated as roots. Adjectival words gained a new stem that inflected based upon perspective and gender.

Categories for Use in SCA2
V áéíóúaeiouɤɤ́œœ́
U aeiouɤœ
S áéíóúɤ́œ́
C pbtdṣẓšžkɠgnɲlmqŋ
F fvszʃʒxɣθhð
L ywr
E bdgẓž
D ptkṣš
A ṣšẓž
N ṣẓ
P šž
O bdgẓžvzʒɣð
I ptkṣšfsʃxθ
K óúouw
X ée
G kgɣx
M mnɲŋ
Rewrite Rules for Use in SCA2
Before After
ts
dz
ch š
dj ž
ny ɲ
sh ʃ
zh ʒ
kh x
gh ɣ
th θ

http://slexy.org/view/s2Fj1G7Ie7 Akurigan words with their stress locations are here

http://slexy.org/view/s2UPX8jUYX Pre-Late N-Akurigan words with their stress locations are here

Associated

Era

Associated Laws Diachronic Changes Notes
Proto-Akurigan (Application of Stress) U/S/#_

U/S/U…_

If this is used in the

SCA2, the terminal

adjectival stem

deletion must come

first. Care must be

taken to make sure it

works and creates a

dual stress system

with the initial vowels

being stressed, and a

iambic pattern else

where.

Pre-Proto North Akurigan

Start:3400 BK

End:3100 BK

Terminal Adjective Stem Deletion pyar/ra/_#

yara/ra/_#

ra/ra/_#

Medial stems

remained intact

and were effected

by diachronic changes

Palatization of Velars

Behind Front Vowels

/y/[kg]_[ae]
Gemination of Fricatives

Between Vowels

F/FF/V_V
Deletion of "r"After Fricatives Fr/F/_V
T-Affrication before y t[iy]/š/_
K-Gutturalization k/q/_[áóúou]
Early Proto North Akurigan

Start:3100 BK

End:2900 BK

Kritha's Law p/f/V_

t/θ/V_

k/x/V_

E/D/[V#]_

Generally considered

the beginning of

Proto-North Akurigan.

Voicing Obstruents near Liquids I/O/_LU

I/O/[OL]_U



sr/ʃ/_V
Metathesis of Liquid-Consonant

Clusters

LC/\\/_S

á/e/_
Velar Fricative Approximation [xɣ]/w/_[ouóú]
"S" Velarization s/x/V_V There are claims that

"s" was debuccalized.

Debuccalization

appears to be a later

feature of some North

Akurigan languages.

Epenthetic "H" /h/S_S

/h/U_U


Terminal Epenthetic "U"

After Fricatives

F/Fu/_#
"T" Affrication before "R" t/š/V_r
Terminal "L" "R" Distinction Lost l/r/V_#
"Y" related Deletion,

Fortition, and Palatalization

and "Y" Deletion.

s/ʃ/_[yíi]

x//_y

ɣy/ʝ/_

y//F_


Shibilant/Sibilant Switch N/P/S_

P/N/U_

The exact nature for

this switch is

unknown. It can't be

understood yet. All

we know is the trigger

of the switch.

Unstressed Vowel Loss U//SC_/_#
Late Proto North Akurigan

Start: 2900 BK

End:2400 BK

Stress Switch S/U/_

U/S/_/S…_

Stress switchs from

a dual system to a

solely trochaic system.
















Initial S-Velarization s/x/#_