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Nar ‘sublunar’ This is a bleeding DY derivation: Devoicing bleeds Spirantization, which only affects voiced stops, but then the intermediate p is re-voiced by Voicing Assimilation. ) A more direct analysis is possible, however, in terms of constraint conflict. ) to posit precisely this constraint. In Catalan, its activity is more limited: it dominates the markedness constraint responsible for the spirantization process, blocking spirantization of codas. 7 This discussion of Catalan suggests a general approach to bleeding DY derivations, where the intermediate stage waits out a third rule.

As usual in OT, ranking permutation predicts a range of permitted interlinguistic variation. So, if the ranking of the two markedness constraints were reversed, then mo qw would be the output. Before we continue, it is necessary to consider and dismiss two alternatives that might seem like reasonable ways to sidestep the DY problem within a rule-based derivational framework. One approach, advocated by Halle and Idsardi (Halle 1995, Halle and Idsardi 1997; cf. Prince 1996, 1997, Bakovic 1998), involves disjunctive ordering under the Elsewhere Condition (EC – Kiparsky 1973a, Anderson 1974, Hastings 1974, Koutsoudas et al.

The i is usually realized as a vowel, although it is realized as a glide in a few cases. These two facts are related, and they are accounted for by appealing to vowel markedness. Lax vowels are argued to be marked and tense vowels, unmarked. Following the logic of OT, if a vowel is not somehow forced to be lax, it will be tense. This has immediate consequences for the following consonant, since tense vowels occur only in open syllables. The following consonant will therefore be an onset. Complex onsets of the form Cj are avoided in Dutch, and, again, if nothing forces the creation of such a complex onset, the i will surface as a vowel.

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