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Assibilized r arose here in So by analogy to USo ph 'at, with', also pref, LSo psi < *pri, er. P przy. Cz pfi, Sk pri, reinforced perhaps by Cz and P influence. The fIrst written texts of80 already show the MoSo situation. The only possible evidence of an r-type pronunciation in the assibilized reflexes of [is found in Jakubica (1548) and Warichius (1597) (see chapter 34). The So name material is conspicuous by the absence of any assibilized reflexes of ! until the late fourteenth century (see chapter 34).
The above USo data from CVSC groups show that, like in Cz, old lengths were preserved and new ones developed in USo under both RP and NRP. This is in contrast with P and, as a rule, Sk, where long vowels were preserved and short vowels lengthened only under NRP. Whether in LSo, too, length was originally preserved not only under NRP but, possibly, under old RP, is open to discussion. The data to support this view are not plentiful. It is noteworthy that the examples for reflexes of long (j in LSo all come from the NW or NE dialects.
SO~ 14~ 1935. H. Popowska-Taborska. " PSR. H. Schuster~Sewc. '" 7jS1, 35,1990 (Pp. 76-78). 54 17. Denasalization 17. Denasalization As noted in Chapter 11, nasal vowels were allophones ofVN sequences in the environment before consonants and in word-final position (N = m, n). They could have achieved phonemic status only by means of the creation of a contrast VNe ; ye or VN# : Y# (where Y= r, p). Such a contrast could have been made possible by the loss of the jers in medial and final position.