S. final [w] usually became [u]; [-Cw] > [-Cu]

S. final [w] usually became [u]; [-Cw] > [-Cu]
@@@ evidence of loss after labials: ham/hanw

References ✧ PE17/148, 189; VT41/8

Order (05700)

After 02500 voiceless stops voiced after vowels matwā > madw̯ > S. madu PE17/148

Phonetic Rule Elements

[-Cw] > [-Cu] ✧ PE17/148 (-w > ŭ)

Phonetic Rule Examples

alw > alu -Cw > -Cu AL > S. alw ✧ PE17/146
kurw > kuru -Cw > -Cu kuru- > S. curu- ✧ VT41/10
madw > madu -Cw > -Cu matwā > madw̯ > S. madu ✧ PE17/148
-w > -u -Cw > -Cu WE > S. -u ✧ PE17/190

N. final [w] usually became [u]; [-C{vw}|-aw] > [-Cu|-au]

GS/§4.195 @@@

Reference ✧ PE22/37 ✧ phonetics

Order (05700)

After 02200 short final vowels vanished ᴹ✶narwā > narw > N. naru Ety/NAR¹

Phonetic Rule Elements

[-Cw] > [-Cu]
[-aw] > [-au]

Phonetic Rule Examples

dalw > dalu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ√DAL > N. dalw ✧ Ety/DAL
delw > delu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ√DYEL > N. delw ✧ Ety/DYEL
elw > elu -Cw > -Cu ON. elwa > N. elw ✧ Ety/ƷEL
finw > finu -Cw > -Cu ON. Phinwe > N. **Finw ✧ Ety/PHIN
golw > golu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ√ÑGOL > N. †golw ✧ Ety/ÑGOL
gwanw > gwanu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶wanwē > N. gwanw ✧ Ety/WAN
gwelw > gwelu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶wilwā > N. gwelw ✧ Ety/WIL
hanw > hanu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶hamwa > N. ham/hanw ✧ EtyAC/KHAM
harw > haru -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶skarwē > N. harw ✧ Ety/SKAR
heθw > heθu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶khithwa > N. hethw ✧ Ety/KHIS
hiθw > hiθu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶khithme > N. hithw ✧ Ety/KHIS
kadw > kadu -Cw > -Cu ON. katwe > N. cadw ✧ Ety/KAT
kelw > kelu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ√KEL > N. celw ✧ Ety/KEL
korw > koru -Cw > -Cu ᴹ√KUR > N. corw ✧ Ety/KUR
kurw > kuru -Cw > -Cu ᴹ√KUR > curw > N. curu ✧ Ety/KUR
m̥alw > m̥alu -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶smalwā > N. hmalw ✧ EtyAC/SMAL
narw > naru -Cw > -Cu ᴹ✶narwā > narw > N. naru ✧ Ety/NAR¹
neðw > neðu -Cw > -Cu ON. nidwa > N. nedhw ✧ Ety/NID
neðw > neðu -Cw > -Cu ON. nidwa > N. neðw ✧ EtyAC/NID²
niðw > niðu -Cw > -Cu ON. nidwe > N. niðw ✧ EtyAC/NID²
paθw > paθu -Cw > -Cu ON. pathwa > N. pathw ✧ Ety/PATH
graw > grau -aw > -au ᴹ√GRAWA > N. grau ✧ EtyAC/GRAWA
jaw > jau -aw > -au ᴹ✶yagwē > N. iau ✧ Ety/YAG

G. final [w] usually became [u]; [-Cw] > [-Cu]

HPG/§2.7 @@@

Phonetic Rule Elements

[-Cw] > [-Cu]

Phonetic Rule Examples

gadw > gadu -Cw > -Cu ᴱ√yat- > G. gadu ✧ GL/36