The representational trees drawn by Eek and Meister also fail to explain the reduction of the final vowel in the Q3 foot given that a similar reduction is absent in Q2.
What does FV stand for?
FV stands for Final Vowel
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- Faye Valentine (Cowboy Bebop character)
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- Fiel Vergnügen
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Should John Magnier wish to stay there he may be disappointed to find out that rooms named after Coolmore 2,000 Guineas winners Rock Of Gibraltar and Henrythenavigator have been spelt with the final vowel the letter 'e'.
If the final vowel of a word meaning to transfix is replaced by another, why are we then in the world of African antelopes?
In flowing speech, however, the final vowel of a word is not usually heard when the next word begins with a vowel within the prosodic unit; for example, pereltye ingketye sounds perelty ingketye.
With an inadvertent illiteracy paralleling Franco's efforts to squelch Catalan language and culture, MOMA, in both the catalogues and the signage, omitted the accents on the final vowels of the artists' names.
The linguistic data for RS, however, are complex, though three basic patterns emerge (35-36): (1) certain northern dialects lengthen the final vowel of an RS word trigger; (2) central Italy (Standard Italian, most dialects of Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzi, the Marches as well as Corsican and northern Sardinian--Sassarese-Gallurese) have stress-induced RS and limited lexically-induced RS; and (3) the southern dialects (Puglia, Campania, Calabria, Basilicata together with central and southern Sardinian--Logudurese, Campidanese) have more examples of lexically-induced RS but no stress-induced RS.
In Alho Alhoniemi's view (1985 : 17, 39-40), all unreduced vowels except certain final vowels are full vowels; weak vowels, of which he gives the following examples, occur at the end of a word in a specific environment, ku[delta]o 'house', su[delta]o 'hundred', kece 'day'.
Here as elsewhere in the Tocharian verb, we observe that the non-a-roots--including those that formed thematic presents and subjunctives--were recessive, and gradually yielded to roots in final vowel, with their regularized and largely predictable stem patterns.