The evolutionary mechanisms of vocal iconicity. A study on basic vocabulary of the Indo-European family

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AUTHORS: Gerd Carling (Lunds University), Niklas Erben Johansson (Lund University), Johan Frid (Lund University) KEYWORDS: iconicity, sound symbolism, historical linguistics, phylogenetics, ABSTRACT: Vocal iconicity, i.e., a motivated connection between form and meaning in language, is a property of language that most linguists believe to be cognitively fundamental. According to one theory (Wescot...

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