S-Space Language Education Institute (언어교육원) Language Research (어학연구) Language Research (어학연구) Volume 09 Number 1/2 (1973)
韓國漢字音과 中古中國語高口蓋韻尾 : SINO-KOREAN AND TWO PALATAL ENDINGS IN ANCIENT CHINESE
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- 서울대학교 언어교육원
- 어학연구, Vol.9 No.1, pp. 1-26
- 中國語 音賴組織의 歷史的硏究의 歷史的硏究에 있어서의 轉國漢字音의 重要性은 周知하는 바와 같이, H.Maspéro 博土, B. Karlgren 博土 무렵부터 이미 認禮되어 왔다. B.Karlgren 博土의 所調Ancient Chiness (『切領』 또는 『廣領』)에 反映되어 있는 古代中國語의 音題組織- 여기서는 「中古中國語」라 稱하겠다)도，그 漢字흡價의 再構에 있어서는， 韓國漢字흡에 依據하는 바가 많았다.
A hypothesis for two palatal endings, a palatalized and a retroBexed, in Ancient Chinese is proposed. The argument is sparked by the Middle Sino-Korean transcription of the Yii, Hsieh, Keng and T'ung rime-groups, but is mainly based on internal phonological evidence in Chinese. Assuming palatalized endings (both nasalized and un nasalized) for the Keng rime-group and retroBex endings for the T'ung rime-group, the author endeavors to explain why a) only the Keng and the T'ung rim e-groups underwent complete merger of the inner and outer rimes and b) the Chiang rime-group, which should have been part of the T'ung rime-group, merged with the Tang rime-group. The assumption will also account for the difference between the Sino-Korea n reading of the T'ung rime-group vowels and the Medieval Chinese vowels of the same rime-group transcribed with the hangeul in Middle Korean. Inventories of Ancient Chinese initials and finals of the aut hor's latest reconstruction are attached.
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