Phonetic description of stop laryngeal contrasts of endangered Dawoodi (Indo-Aryan)

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2021-03-07
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Hussain, Qandeel
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Dawoodi is a severely endangered Indo-Aryan language spoken by less than 500 speakers in Hunza valley, Gilgit, Northern Pakistan. The present study presents the first detailed acoustic-phonetic description of the rich laryngeal and place contrasts of Dawoodi using Linear Discriminant Analysis.
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