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Open Access The Six Vowel Hypothesis of Old Chinese in Comparative Context

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The Six Vowel Hypothesis of Old Chinese in Comparative Context

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Gong Hwang-Cherng in two papers (1980, 1995) collected a number of cognate sets among Chinese, Tibetan, and Burmese. This paper reexamines these cognate sets (base on Gong 1995) using a six vowel version of Old Chinese, specifically the Baxter-Sagart system. In light of six vowel theory it is possible both to be more confident about some cognate sets and possible to reject or revise others.

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2012-01-24
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