Endodontic and surgical treatment of a geminated
Since "their" is still universally pronounced [[eth]], it is advisable vocally to equate the two at junctures into a geminated
Only one geminated
maxillary central incisor was found in this study.
Along a different line of reasoning, Manfred Mayrhofer (1951: 42f) hypothesized that the degemination of -ss- took place at first in stems in which the geminated
consonant was preceded by a long vowel.
the vowel of the second syllable (or of the fourth syllable in five-syllable words) has lengthened and the consonant preceding the resultant long vowel has geminated
In the former, the will release immediately into the sibilant, which may be slightly geminated
Both fused and geminated
teeth were counted as a double tooth.
The present interpretation of the above-mentioned forms, however, following essentially the majority stance (notably Brunner 1965; Wright-Wright 1908; Hogg 1992), treats the appearance of geminated
forms in word final position as being a direct result of the expanding influence of the a-stem declension; hence, such geminated
forms, though could be viewed as ja-stems from purely synchronic perspective, are considered to be a trace of innovation in the present investigation.
The stop on the boundary between the first and the second syllable geminated
as a counterbalance to the long vowel in the second syllable, cf.
double consonants ill-, imm-, inn-, and irr-, which are split between syllables.
In each of these eight usages, the geminated
verb form appears in a position in which substantives are also found.
Casts having teeth with obvious rotations, signs of attrition, tooth material loss due to caries, proximal wear or erosion, dental malformations, congenitally missing, impacted, extracted, supernumerary, geminated
or supplemental teeth were excluded.