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8, median=148). The size of the lexicons varied depending on the completeness of the dictionaries or grammars and depending on the number of CVC words within individual languages. For example, although the size of the CVC lexicon for Latvian contained only 64 words, three references were used to obtain these data: two grammars (Fennell & Gelsen, 1980; Nau, 1998) and one dictionary with approximately 37, 638 words (738 pages with approximately 51 words per page) (Turkina, 1982). It is assumed that the proportions of codas that exist in the samples are representative of the proportions of codas that exist in the individual languages as a whole.

Type word counts refer to the number of unique words in a corpus or a dictionary. Token word counts refer to the total number of words. ” (Reverend Ethan Cox) 18 INPUT-BASED PHONOLOGICAL ACQUISITION The data presented here are based on type word counts of lexicons from 35 languages. Ideally, token word counts from written or spoken corpora should also be examined. Unfortunately, these data are not currently available from a wide enough range of languages. 3. Types of analyses Two different frequency analyses were done on the data.

To summarise, both EFAs and AFAs were performed on the cross-linguistic data to determine preferences for place and sonority in word-final coda position. The EFA determines whether languages have more codas with a certain feature than expected by chance based on the inventory of codas in the language. In the case of coronal place of articulation, this calculation takes into consideration the fact that there are more coronal codas in most languages’ inventories than other places of articulation.

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