Only later in the history of the language was the vocalic alternation made significant for number.
Later on, in the fifteenth century, vocalic alliteration in general falls into disuse more and more.
All the Germanic languages were familiar with vocalic change as possessed of functional significance.
It is better to take a as a vocalic abstract prefix and to consider kad as the root.
In another Indian language, Yokuts, vocalic modifications affect both noun and verb forms.
Consonantal change as a functional process is probably far less common than vocalic modifications, but it is not exactly rare.
The peculiar rhythm of the original, with the alliterations and vocalic concords, give it remarkable smoothness and force.
When the word causing mutation ended in a vowel we get the vocalic mutation, called by Irish grammarians aspiration.
In Goidelic, we find two mutations, the vocalic and the nasal.
Esperanto has wisely adopted full, vocalic, syllabic endings for words.