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[Journal] Harvard Ukrainian Studies. Vol. XIV. No 3-4

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The possible loci for stress are the desinence and the stem (which may be morphologically complex, in which case the place of stress within the stem is determined by principles discussed in the works by Dybo cited above). " 10 Hanusz 1884 concludes (383-84): "Bei den neutralen und weiblichen Substantiven kann der Hochton im Nom. plur. sowohl nach vorwärts, wie auch nach rückwärts geschoben werden. Im Russ. ist bei den neutralen Substantiven diese Verschiebung sehr beschränkt und bei den weiblichen kann der Accent im Russ.

9 These seven CSU patterns reflect three Common Slavic (CmSl) accentual paradigms (ap), traditionally called a, b, and с (or barytone, oxytone, and mobile, respectively), on which see Stang 1957/1965. The basic correspondences are CmSl a (stem stress) CSU1 CSU 2 (with advance of stress in the pi) CmSl b (desinential stress) CSU3 CSU 7 (with retraction of stress in the pi; that stress in the pi is retracted one syllable from earlier desinential stress explains why what Skljarenko calls "root stress" in these examples might more accurately be labeled predesinential) CmSl с (stress alternating between the initial syllable and the desinence in both the sg and PD CSU 4 CSU 5 (with regularization of stress in the pi) CSU 6 (with regularization of stress in the sg) CSU 7 (with regularization of stress in both the sg and the pi) CmSl mobile stress was marginal; while stress in ap α could be fixed on any syllable of the stem, ар с wordforms with stem stress were always stressed on the initial syllable.

See also fn. 9 below. , Hingley 1952, Kiparsky 1962:189-237, Zaliznjak 1967:164-66, Red'kin 1971:29-38, and Fedjanina 1982:81 -102. 9 These seven CSU patterns reflect three Common Slavic (CmSl) accentual paradigms (ap), traditionally called a, b, and с (or barytone, oxytone, and mobile, respectively), on which see Stang 1957/1965. The basic correspondences are CmSl a (stem stress) CSU1 CSU 2 (with advance of stress in the pi) CmSl b (desinential stress) CSU3 CSU 7 (with retraction of stress in the pi; that stress in the pi is retracted one syllable from earlier desinential stress explains why what Skljarenko calls "root stress" in these examples might more accurately be labeled predesinential) CmSl с (stress alternating between the initial syllable and the desinence in both the sg and PD CSU 4 CSU 5 (with regularization of stress in the pi) CSU 6 (with regularization of stress in the sg) CSU 7 (with regularization of stress in both the sg and the pi) CmSl mobile stress was marginal; while stress in ap α could be fixed on any syllable of the stem, ар с wordforms with stem stress were always stressed on the initial syllable.

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