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me·tath·e·size

(mĭ-tăth′ĭ-sīz′)
v.
To subject to or undergo metathesis.
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r] are metathesized, but the resulting "ar" sequence is not contracted.
Similarly, there was no error in which contractions were prevented by misarranged letters, such as a contractable "er" sequence being metathesized, as in the following nonoccurring invented error:
k], is ruled out by the undominated SSG, and the metathesized form [sy?
Once the metathesized shape sirimtum had appeared, the language was able to make use of its productive morphological processes to produce the new verbs saramum and surrumum.
On the basis of Jasz kuraynu "millstone" (D kurojnoe, I kwyroj), Gershevitch (1960: 595-96) proposes that *a was also rounded before yn, metathesized from *ny, but it seems more likely that the diphthongs of Jasz and Ossetic are parallel developments of an earlier *kuranya (cf.
First, there is the West Germanic strong verb *serdan 'futuere', attested in Old Norse seroa (with a metathesized variant streoa) and Middle High German serten.
It has been argued that [LANGUAGES NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Arad 1:6-7 is a metathesized form of [LANGUAGES NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] ([rbk.
And where do we see other examples of Akkadian forms metathesized when entering Hittite?
Only, while it is true that this text does not show many of the metathesized forms typical of modern Azeri, it does contain at least one of them, viz.
My new solution to the problem is to assume that the Old Chinese medial *r did not merely cause an r-umlaut in Type A syllables but actually metathesized across the nucleus: -re- [right arrow] -er-, -ra- [right arrow] -ar-; after which *r was vocalized as high back unrounded i, with which it is acoustically akin.
9 Robert Hoberman suggests to me that the NENA forms may actually have originated in an unattested metathesized e[Theta]peel ezdi.
2~u-(C) without metathesis as against the metathesized |Theta~|Rho~|Upsilon~- of Horn.