A number of the complex onset clusters allowed in Quiegolani Zapotec do not follow the Sonority Sequencing Generalization (Greenberg 1978, Selkirk 1984, etc). The distribution of the laryngeal features likewise does not follow the Laryngeal Constraint (Lombardi 1991, 1995a). These recalcitrant facts are analyzed here via a combination of language-specific rules and universal constraints ordered within a constraint hierarchy, which operates within a derivational phonology.
Black, Cheryl A.
"Laryngeal licensing and syllable well-formedness in Quiegolani Zapotec,"
Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session: Vol. 39, Article 1.
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