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Phonological Study on Sino-Japanese as Recorded in Wamyoruijusyo
This project selects Wamyoruijusyo (934), the earliest encyclopedia now exists in Japan, to do a phonological analysis in order to reconstruct the phonological system of Sino-Japanese pronunciations of the 10th century. This project aims to: 1. Pick up all the phonetic notes in Wamyoruijusyo. 2. Compare the different manuscripts in order to reconstruct the prototype of these phonetic notes. 3. Analyze the descriptions on word varieties and the phonological characters of these phonetic notes in order to separate the different lexical strata in Japanese of the 10th century. 4. Work out the phonological characters in Minamoto's writings and compare with the Wamyoruijusyo in order to realize his internal knowledge on Sino-Japanese. It is hoped that we can observe how Chinese borrowings coexist and interact with Japanese language through the description of Minamoto. And I also wish that we can draw a clear picture on the history of Sino-Japanese phonology in the 10th century.At the first stage, we have made 9 lists of 3 kinds of phonetic notes, known as Fan-chie Jr-in and Manyogana, out of 3 different editions of Wamyoruijusyo.
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