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Regions in Which Initial Dropping Has Taken Place

Source: Dixon, R.M.W. (1980) "Map 6." The Languages of Australia, ed. by Sidney Allen, W., B. Comrie, C.J. Fillmore, E.J.A. Henderson, F.W. Householder, R. Lass, J. Lyons, R.B. Le Page, F.R. Palmer, R. Posner and J.L.M. Trim. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 198.

Date Digitized: June 2012

Map Description:
This map displays the regions in which initial dropping has taken place (Dixon). Initial dropping is a sound change whereby the first consonants of words are dropped.

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