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American Philosophical Society
From Latin to Spanish: Vol. I: Historical Phonology and Morphology of the Spanish Language (Memoir 173)
Paul M. Lloyd
This volume was written to fill the need for a synthesis of the research that has illuminated much of the phonetic & morphological development of Spanish. Contents: On the Nature of Linguistic Change: Sound Change & Sound Laws, The Spread of a Sound Change, Causes of Sound Change, & Morphological Change: Analogy; The Latin Language; From Earlier to Later Latin; From Late Latin to Old Spanish; From Medieval to Modern Spanish; References; & Word & Morpheme Index. Illustrations. Third printing.
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