Linge De Table Provencal by Mediterranean Interiors
Palatalization in the Romance languages encompasses a variety of sound changes in Late Latin (alternatively described as Vulgar Latin or Proto-Romance) and in the languages descended from it that caused consonants to gain a palatal or palatalized pronunciation, generally through the influence of an adjacent consonant or vowel. This eventually resulted in the development of a whole series of palatal or postalveolar consonants in most Romance languages, e.g. Italian /ʃ/, /tʃ/, /dʒ/, /ts/, /dz/, /ɲ/, /ʎ/.
Article Title : Palatalization in the Romance languages
Article Snippet :Examples include extraneum > French étrange 'strange', lineum 'linen' > French linge [lɛ̃ʒ], and laneum > French lange. This outcome may reflect cases where
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