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A study on voicing in the middle of compound kanji words in shinran's Sanjowasan from Senshu-ji Temple, in Mie prefecture, Japan
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Sanjowasan
Sino-Japanese
Rendaku
nasal sound
accent
三帖和讃
字音
連濁
鼻音
声調
NDC
Japanese
abstract
漢字に清濁を示す声点の詳しい加点がある三重県専修寺蔵『三帖和讃』において、漢字音の連濁について調査した。その結果、以下の点が判明した。1.本資料の字音の連濁は、大部分が鼻音に続く場合に見られる。2.連濁は、去声調の漢字の後に起こることが多い。3.連濁を起こした字の声調は、連濁が起こるか否かの原因とはならない。4.連濁するか否かは、その熟語によってほぼ決まっていた。
abstract
The original text of Sanjowasan was written from 1248 to 1253 by Shinran. The oldest hand-written copy of the text, some parts of which were copied by shinran himself, is in the Senshu-ji collection.The pronunciation marks attached to the Chinese characters in the manuscript were added to show their accent and sound, voiced or vioceless, by Shinran.The purpose of this paper is to examine the voicing of kanji in the Kamakura Era by means of an analysis of the pronunciation marks added to the oldest copy of the manuscript.From the analysis, the following results have been obtained:1. most of the voiced letters follow those kanji which en din a nasal sound2. most cases of voicing follow a rising accent3. voicing is not influenced by the accent of the voiced letter4. voicing is strongly influenced by the phrases to which the voiced letters belong
journal title
Bulletin of the Faculty of School Education, Hiroshima University. Part II
volume
Volume 20
start page
197
end page
206
date of issued
1998-01
publisher
広島大学学校教育学部
issn
0387-4869
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
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application/pdf
text version
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rights
Copyright (c) 1998 by Author
department
Graduate School of Education
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