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Like the languages of the latter group, Takelma possesses clear cut vowels, and abounds, besides, in long vowels and diphthongs; these, together with a system of syllabic pitch-accent, give... Læs mere

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Excerpt from Handbook of American Indian Languages, Vol. 2: With Illustrative Sketches

Like the languages of the latter group, Takelma possesses clear cut vowels, and abounds, besides, in long vowels and diphthongs; these, together with a system of syllabic pitch-accent, give the Takel ma language a decidedly musical character, marred only to some extent by the profusion of disturbing catches. The line of cleavage between Takelma and the neighboring dialects of the Athapascan stock (upper Umpqua, Applegate Creek, Galice Creek, Chasta Costa) is thus not only morphologically but also phonetically distinct, despite re semblances in the manner of articulation of some of the vowels and consonants. Chasta Costa, formerly spoken on the lower course of Rogue river, possesses all the voiceless l-sounds above referred to; a peculiar illusive q!, the fortis character of which is hardly as prominent as in Chinook; a voiced guttural spirant as in North German Tage; the sonants or weak surds dj and z (rarely); a voiceless inter'dental spirant p and its corresponding fortis tel; and a very frequently oc curring a vowel, as in English hut. All of these are absent from Takelma, which, in turn, has a complete labial series (i), p', m), whereas Chasta Costa has only the nasal m (labial stops occur appar ently only in borrowed words, béci' cat
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