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Xumi (part 2): Upper Xumi, the variety of the upper reaches of the Shuiluo river

  • Katia Chirkova (a1), Yiya Chen (a2) and Tanja Kocjančič Antolík (a3)
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This Illustration focuses on the variety of the Xumi language (旭米, /LPʂuketɕɜ/ or /EPʂu-hĩ ketɕɜ/) that is spoken in the upper reaches of the Shuiluo river (水洛河) in Shuiluo Township (水洛乡) (hereafter Upper Xumi). The township is located in Muli Tibetan Autonomous County (木里藏族自治县, smi li rang skyong rdzong in Written Tibetan, hereafter, WT), in the South-West of Sichuan Province (四川省) in the People's Republic of China.

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Katia Chirkova & Yiya Chen . 2013a. Lizu (Illustrations of the IPA). Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43 (1), 7586.

Katia Chirkova & Yiya Chen . 2013b. Xumi (part 1): Lower Xumi, the variety of the lower and middle reaches of the Shuiluo river. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 43 (3), 363379.

John J Ohala . 1983. The origin of sound patterns in vocal tract constraints. In Peter F. MacNeilage (ed.), The production of speech, 189216. New York: Springer.

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Journal of the International Phonetic Association
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  • EISSN: 1475-3502
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