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8 votes

Is there a theory of word polysemy? Case of snake versus serpent

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Are there languages where this "is" phrase is reversed?

7 votes

Dataset/Database similar to WALS in Vowel/Phonology

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Does any language contrast more than two trills?

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Is there any language where each character is pronounced differently depending on the word it's in?

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Do any languages have kinship terms for the relationship between the respective parents of a married couple?

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Languages which changed their writing direction

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Development of diphthongs

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Number in the upper lefthand corner of Praat soundwave

4 votes

Is there merit to the claim that recursive embedding was invented recently and spread horizontally?

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Voicing Into Closure? [segmentation, waveform and spectrogram form Praat]

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Is "parent" a hyponym or a meronym of "parents"?

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Apart from French, does any language have voicing-dependent change of place of articulation?

3 votes

annonation file from xwaves to praat

3 votes

Is _ing a derivational suffix in the noun "reading" (as in the event--e.g. a poetry reading)?

3 votes
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Why is there an x in French deux?

2 votes
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How can the Arabic word "Hijr" be translated as "perception" or "understanding" or "intellect"

2 votes

Synthetic fusional morphology

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What ex­act­ly is “lev­el shift” in trans­la­tion the­o­ry by Cat­ford?

2 votes

Can the "dialect continuum" phenomenon be recognized from Rome to Lisbon?

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Example of a language with a future tense that's always required for future time reference

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Praat, R, or something else for phonetic analysis?

2 votes

Semi-nasalization of the preceding vowel

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Languages with masculine nouns for various female entities, or feminine nouns for male entities

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Etymology of a word "Egg" in different languages

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Words which originate in superstition/myth

2 votes

register variation: unbalanced corpus sample

1 vote

What is the French equivalent of the English linguistic term "reflex" (the descendant sound of a sound in a proto-language)?

1 vote

Identifying phonemic boundaries in Praat

1 vote

Praat fixed$ function