By Munir Ba`albaki

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Basic consonant inventory Vaeakau-Taumako has the most complex system of consonant phonemes of all koown Polyoesian languages. This pertains both to the number of consonant phonemes (19),Z0 and to the pervasive dialectal and idiolectal variation. The dialectal differences are seen not so much in the number of consonant phonemes or in the overall structure of the system, as in the distribution of each consonant phoneme and their lexical frequency. The consonant phonemes of V AE and TAU are laid out in Table 4: 20 Vaeakau-Taumako is the only Polynesian language with an "average-sized" consonant inventory, as defined inMaddieson (2005: 10).

4. 3, Vaeakau-Taumako shows a considerable amount of alternation in the vowels found in given lexical or morphological items. Some of these vowel alternations are phonetically conditioned; in some cases the differences are dialectal, while in other cases there appears to be free variation, without any obvious phonological conditioning. 1. a - o This is a sporadic alternation where the a-forms are basic, except in kataha kotaha, where both forms are current and the o-form is considered to be the basic one.

CV:. CCV. 2 below on vowel length and on the question of diphthongs). Most of the forms showing consonant clusters have an alternant where a vowel intervenes between the consonants: batava ["'batava. "'barava. mbrava] 'be nice. be good'. kolomakina [kalomakina. kholomakina. kolomakina. klomakina]" 'forget'. In some instances there is no such alternative form. but in these cases the initial consonant of the cluster may optionally be omitted: knghil [kl)hu:. IJhu:] 'agree'. Monosyllabic lexical roots (nouns and verbs) all have long vowels; in other words the minimal form of a lexical word is V:.

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