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It is analysed ʔm in Diizi (Beachy 2005). In my corpus of Sheko, the stem for ‘eat’ alternates between ʔúm- (78) and m- (79). In example (78), the subject agreement marker does not assimilate, which it would if it were adjacent to a bilabial. (78) a. b. ’ úm-árá eat-NEG ‘Don’t eatǃ’ (79) a. [ʔ 1SG=eat-exist-REAL k] *[ ʔ k] kʼé-ə remain-STI m-â eat-INF ‘to eat/eating’ In my data: tsʼyākn̄ ‘ashes’; ākā (vocative ákǹ) ‘grandfather’; ʃikʼ ‘be short’; um/ m– ‘eat’, byārn̄ ‘tomorrow’; hāʂkn̄ ‘be wide’; ōrkʼǹ ‘peelings’ (gōpʼārà ‘bark’); kūbm̄ ‘four’; ʂúb ‘die’; tʃʼír–ń–s ‘green’ (tʃʼír ‘be wet, unripe, fresh (maize)’).

65) a. b. kì=a-k-ə exist=2SG-REAL-STI ‘you were there’ kì=n̩-k-ə exist=1SG-REAL-STI ‘I was there’ (66) a. b. gyādū-s rope-PL ‘ropes’ gyād-n̄-s rope-DEF-M ‘the rope’ (67) a. b. íʃì=tʼùsù-s-k-ə 3PL=know-CAUS-REAL-STI ‘they made known’ íʃì=tʼùs-ǹ-s-k-ə 3PL=know-MIDD-CAUS-REAL-STI ‘they introduced themselves (made themselves known)’ Some word-final pairs are given in (68) and (69). (68) a. b. 7 for examples). The opposition to consonantal nasals is a more complicated issue in Sheko, partly because of the distribution of syllabic nasals and consonantal nasals; and partly because of the scarcity of suffixes starting with a consonantal nasal.

B. fāāfā-ná papaya-or māngō mango ‘papaya or mango’ ééz-ǹ-s-ka honey-DEF-M-COOR ‘the honey and the milk’ (75) a. b. c. ADDR ‘oh my friend’ úkʼ-ń-s-ka milk-DEF-M-COOR 64 d. ’ Given the number of grammatical morphemes containing n̩, the clear opposition to vowels and the opposition to consonantal nasals, as well as the distribution of tone on the syllabic nasal, the syllabic nasal can be established as an independent phoneme of Sheko. The following remark relates to the tone on syllabic nasals. The tone of most morphemes in (73) is predictable from the preceding tone.

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