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    Title: 《蒙古字韻》中三等韻和四等韻的音值
    Other Titles: The Phonetic Values of Divisions III and IV in the Menggu Ziyun
    Authors: 沈鍾偉;Zhong-wei Shen
    Date: 2000/03
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2000,new,v.30,n.1,p93.
    Keywords: 蒙古字韻
    Abstract: The Menggu Ziyun (MGZY) of the 13th century is one of the most important sources for the reconstruction of Yuan phonology. Because of the phonetic nature of the hP'ags-pa spellings, this rhyme book provides not only categorical information, but also the invaluable phonetic values of the phonological system. In the MGZY the contrast between MC divisions III and IV is preserved. In rhymes Xian, Xiao and Tan, the valuable phonetic characteristics of these two divisions are consistently represented by two hP'ags-pa letters <~ and t^ .
    However, because of the phonetic values of these two letters have long been controversial among the hP'ags-pa scholars, the phonetic distinction between divisions III and IV in the MGZY cannot be firmly established. In order to determine the phonetic values of divisions III and IV in the MGZY, this article draws evidence from a variety of relevant materials, which include the MGZY, the Mongolian documents written in the hP'ags-pa script, the Tibetan dialects, and the Wu dialects of Chinese. The result shows that hP'ags-pa letter ' must represent a higher vowel than letter c= . Letter cr actually is an umlaut sign. Itself does not represent any certain vowel.
    Based on the phonetic values of these two letters, it can be established that in the phonological system represented by the MGZY, division IV had a lower main vowel [e] than division III, and the main vowel of division III could be a relatively high mid vowel [e]. This conclusion is in agreement with the evidence from some of the modern Wu dialects, which still keep the distinction of MC divisions III and IV.
    Key Words: Yuan Phonology, hP'ags-pa Script, Divisions III and IV, Menggu Ziyun
    * I would like to thank the following scholars for the meaningful discussions I had with them and the research materials they provided. They are Profs. William S-Y. Wang, Anne Yue,
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