SegBo: A Database of Borrowed Sounds in the World's Languages

Phonological segment borrowing is a process through which languages acquire new contrastive speech sounds as the result of borrowing new words from other languages. Despite the fact that phonological segment borrowing is documented in many of the world{'}s languages, to date there has been no large-scale quantitative study of the phenomenon... (read more)

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