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Hakka au/o readings explained wrt Guangyun

In some dialects of Hakka, the Middle Chinese distinction between two rimes or 韻 yun4 are preserved, but read as /au/ and  /ɔ/ respectively. In other Hakka dialects, these two rimes are merged into the /au/ rime. I have taken … Continue reading

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