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Abstract

This paper presents a novel generalization of the reduplicant (henceforth ) placement in CV reduplication in Isbukun Bunun. It is shown that the variable placements cannot be explained in terms of the presence of a PF marker or merely by the syllable number of the root, as assumed in previous studies. Rather, the variable placements are argued to be simultaneously governed by the size and the syllable well-formedness of the root. The is normally prefixed to the root; however, if onsetless is generated under normal copying, the placement of the shifts one syllable rightward, except for shorter (bimoraic) roots. Thus, the variable placements of the are driven by a universal tendency for the to be unmarked and the need for the P-Root to sustain a minimal size.

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