Metaphony

In historical linguistics, metaphony is a general term for a class of sound change in which one vowel in a word is influenced by another in a process of assimilation. The sound change is normally `long-distance` in that the vowel triggering the change may be separated from the affected vowel by several consonants, or sometimes even by several sy.....
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Metaphony

[Romance languages] In the Romance languages, metaphony was an early vowel mutation process that operated in all Romance languages to varying degrees, raising (or sometimes diphthongizing) certain stressed vowels in words with a final /i/ or /u/ or a directly following /j/. This is conceptually similar to the umlaut process so characteristi...
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metaphony

umlaut; change in v
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