Pipil language (typological overview)wikipedia
This rather technical article provides a typological sketch of the Pipil language (also known as Nawat).
typological overview

Pipil grammar

Another related article outlines Pipil grammar in fuller detail.
There also exists a brief typological overview of the language that summarizes the language's most salient features of general typological interest in more technical terms.

Pipil language

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This rather technical article provides a typological sketch of the Pipil language (also known as Nawat).

Linguistics

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This article is likely to be of most interest and use to readers interested in general linguistics, language typology, and related areas such as areal typology, and especially (though not exclusively) to professional linguists.

Linguistic typology

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Areal feature

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Phoneme

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The Nawat phoneme inventory is smaller than that of most languages in the area.

Phonation

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Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Stop consonant

StopPlosivestops
Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Allophone

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Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Fricative consonant

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Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Affricate consonant

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Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Liquid consonant

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Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Nasal consonant

NasalNasalsnasal consonant
Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Semivowel

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Phonemically relevant voice distinctions are generally absent: plosives are normally voiceless (though there exist some voiced allophones), as are fricatives and affricates; liquids, nasals and semivowels are normally voiced (though there exist voiceless allophones).

Syllable

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Syllables consist of a vowel nucleus preceded and followed by a maximum of one consonant: (C)V(C).

Vowel

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Syllables consist of a vowel nucleus preceded and followed by a maximum of one consonant: (C)V(C).

Consonant

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Syllables consist of a vowel nucleus preceded and followed by a maximum of one consonant: (C)V(C).

Stress (linguistics)

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Word stress is normally phonologically determined, and rarely distinctive.

Distinctive feature

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Word stress is normally phonologically determined, and rarely distinctive.

Morphology (linguistics)

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Inflectional and derivational morphology are of moderate complexity, with a fairly balanced mix of prefixing and suffixing mechanisms.

Prefix

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Inflectional and derivational morphology are of moderate complexity, with a fairly balanced mix of prefixing and suffixing mechanisms.

Suffix

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Inflectional and derivational morphology are of moderate complexity, with a fairly balanced mix of prefixing and suffixing mechanisms.

Nominal (linguistics)

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In the nominal morphology there is no inflection for case or definiteness, the morphological categories being number, state (absolute vs. construct) and person (of the possessor, with construct state).