CVVC

AcronymDefinition
CVVCCenter for Victims of Violence and Crime (Pennsylvania)
CVVCCentre de Vol à Voile de Cambrai (French)
CVVCClub des Vieux Volants du Comminges (French flying club)
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La silaba del rromanes bolochok de la ciudad de Cucuta (Colombia) presenta 12 tipos silabicos: V, VC, CV, CVV, CVC, CCV, CVCC, CCVC (mas productivos), VV, CVVC, CCVV, CCVVC (menos productivos), siendo el tipo canonico el CV.
In one way, I'm glad that those were the days of the dum-dum teacher manuals with such gems as "Say: When a word follows the CVVC pattern, the first vowel usually says its name and the second vowel is silent.
In Chad, on the other hand, it tends to be formed of singulars of CVVC (as here fiil) or CuCu structure.
The remaining two sets involved long or complex vowels (and three phonemes); one set had a CVVC structure (as in heal) with vowel digraphs in medial position, and the other comprised items with a GVC+e structure (as in line).
The three missing structures are CVC CV, CVVC CV, and CVCVV (those shaded grey in the table above).
A maximal Isbukun syllable is CGVC or CVGC, both of which come from underlying CVVC sequences; complex syllable margins are not allowed.
The options to resolve this conflict include vowel shortening, epenthesis and toleration of CVVC.
It may be concluded from this that the effects of self-inhibition may extend throughout a CVVC syllable.