Nasal Vowels in Polish Letters from 1525 to 1550
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The article is an analysis of nasal vowels in Polish letters from the first half of 16th century. Three subjects are discussed: the asynchronous and synchronous realization of nasal vowels in a position before a consonant, the asynchronous realization of back nasal vowels in final sound and the differentiation of timbre of nasal vowels from the 16th century. The asynchronous realization before a consonant was the strongest in texts from Wielkopolska (Great Poland) and the northern borderlands. Differentiation of nasal vowels' timbre was also the most common in these regions.
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