Vowel harmony

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Vowel harmony

Postby Losam » 2016-03-30, 1:11

I'm tried to find some information on the web about it. But, I'm not got the idea yet.
Do you know or have some examples of vowel harmony? Also, this it's really interesting thing in a language?

Feel free to correct me and give some trips. Thank you for your attention.

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Re: Vowel harmony

Postby TheStrayCat » 2016-03-30, 2:08

Hi!

The Wikipedia article gives a pretty comprehensive overview, with enough examples, like for Hungarian and Turkish. Is it what you're looking for?

As to whether it's interesting, your question is a bit subjective. To me it was an intriguing thing when I started learning Turkish, for others it might nothing special.

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Re: Vowel harmony

Postby linguoboy » 2016-03-30, 2:58

I think metaphony is as interesting as full-blown vowel harmony but it seems less popular among conlangers.
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Re: Vowel harmony

Postby Ashucky » 2016-03-31, 23:59

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Please do not create a new thread to ask such simple questions. Use either this thread or this thread, or check this thread instead before asking as it might give you an answer already.

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