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The list given in (25) is exhaustive. There is only one Avar loan word where the glottal stop occurs at the end of a syllable, namely wabaP ‘cholera’. (25) aPa miPi, müPü oPocu ‘rhododendron’ ‘fat, suet’ ‘chicken’ maPa hePeroPo ‘threshold’ ‘lift up’ ‘no’ Consonants 31 Although pharyngeals are not extraordinarly frequent, at least the voiceless fricative /è/ occurs in word-initial, word-medial, and word-final position. 4). g. front ‘front’. 7). 2. Distribution of consonants All plain consonants occur in initial, medial, and final position in Hinuq words and loans (26).
The Federal Security Service) in Kaspiysk, and it takes at least two months to get the permit for a foreigner. The village can be reached by car or small buses basically all the year through, but in winter the journey can be dangerous due to avalanches and falling rock caused by heavy rain. The trip from the Daghestanian capital Makhachkala (about 300 km) takes approximately seven hours by car and nine hours by bus. The bus has only recently been established. It connects Hinuq with Makhachkala and runs twice a week.
G. OBL’, hibayru ‘so’, qorya:- ‘boil’, c’oq’ya:- ‘stich’, but never between two consonants. It can follow vowels and thus form diphthongs (24). 2. g. yocu ‘spittle’, yez ‘copper’. g. 4 for the morphophonological rules). That both semivowels belong to the consonant inventory of Hinuq can be shown with the help of the coordinative enclitic. If this enclitic is added to vowels, it is =n. g. haw=no ‘she=and’, coy=no ‘eagle=and’, or ižey=no ‘eye=and’. A non-phonemic glottal stop occurs before word-initial vowels (including vowel-initial words in compounds) like ixu [PIxu] ‘river’, iyo-obu [Pijo-Pobu] ‘parents’, lit.
A Grammar of Hinuq by Forker, Diana