noun, plural pho·nol·o·gies.
Origin of phonology
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Of his contributions to reviews on phonological topics, perhaps the most important is his discussion of "Brugmann's Law."
Collado's handling of the nasal sounds is too inconsistent to be a reliable source for phonological data.
Rodriguez' transcription better reflects the phonological facts; naraye, vomoye, and cuye.