I am working on the blow Finnish data. As far as I understand there are 3 alternatives:
1) K -> 0 ( in "fault" group)
2) kk-> k (in "firplace" and "dot" group)
3) k-> k ( in "sledgehammer")
The Nominatives are the basic form of the noun. -n is a Genetive marker, -lla is an adessive marker, -ni means "my", -a is a partitive marker , and -ko is a question particle.
In Fireplace group, we have Tukka as the nominative, which I think its syllabus boundary is Tuk.ka, when we add -n(genitive marker) the second syllabus become closed then we have Consonant gradation. -lla is the adessive marker, can we say the syllabification for takalla is ta.kal.la and because we have closed syllabus then we have degemination? or we cannot separate the adessive marker? Can we say the syllabification for takkaa is tak.kaa and because we have open syllabus we have gemination? Also Tak.kaa.ko?
Can we say that "sledgehammer" group is the Resistance cluster?
How about "fault" group, can we have the same strategy that we had for "fireplace" group? vi.ka( open syllabus) vi.an( closed syllabus then consonant gradation) vi.al.la, vi.al.la.ni, vi.kaa( open syllabus)vi.kaa.ko.
Can we have the abstract analysis for this?