10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AFFIXIAL»
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Worrorra: a language of the north-west Kimberley coast
(i) Words for relative location or position include bale 'behind, last' (simplex) and
bulaka 'middle' (simplex), but the suffix -kwurle or the affixial form =kwurle is used
for 'first.' The simplex adverb marnngale 'in front' is a reflex of the inalienable ...
A Grammar of Lavukaleve
242 9.7.1 Affixial participant marking in simple verbal non-focus clauses ................
................ .. 245 9.7.2 Affixial participant marking in simple verbal focus clauses ....
.................................... .. 246 9.7.3 Summary: basic principles of participant ...
International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics
earlier scholars that the correlative construction is superfluous, and participial is
capable of performing all the functions. Finally, the affixial type ir different from the
other two types. It is used when the speaker presupposes that the hearer knows ...
International On-line Information Meeting
5 AFFIXIAL DERIVATION Having achieved the reduction of plurals to their
singular forms, it was decided to attempt to reduce word derivations to their root
forms: that is, to eliminate word endings like -ability, -ing , -ed , -ation, etc. The
initial aim ...
1 The following symbols and abbreviations are used throughout the paper: S =
nominal subject; s = substitute nominal or pronominal subject; s- = affixial subject;
O = nominal object; o = substitute nominal or pronominal object; R = nominal ...
From Phonology to Syntax: Pronominal Cliticization in ...
However, in contrast to the lexicalized syntagm, the grammaticalized structure
serves a more grammatical function; e.g., a former pronominal enclitic becomes
an affixial inflectional marker. The products of grammaticalization processes are ...
Katerina Somers Wicka, 2009
Language Description Informed by Theory
... final segment of the verb roots belonging to this conjugation or else as the
initial segment of some of the affixial allomorphs” (Dixon 1972: 13). The term
conjugation marker appears to be due to Ken Hale. (I thank a reviewer for this
Rob Pensalfini, Myfany Turpin, Diana Guillemin, 2014
Theoretical Perspectives on Native American Languages
Donna B. Gerdts, Karin Michelson. Third Annual Meeting of the Berkeley
Linguistic Society, pp. 25 1 -69. Berkeley: University of California. Woodbury,
A. C., and J. M. Sadock. 1986. Affixial Verbs in Syntax: A reply to Grimshaw and
Donna B. Gerdts, Karin Michelson, 1989
Case and Agreement in Inuit
Woodbury A. and J. Sadock (1986) 'Affixial Verbs in Syntax: a Reply to Grimshaw
and Mester', Natural Languages and Linguistic Theory 4, 229-244. Zubizarreta,
M.L. (1985) "The Relation beteen Morphophonology and Morphosyntaxis: The ...
Reineke Bok-Bennema, 1991
Notes on Kurdish Dialects
In all southern dialects this affixial k may be joined to any noun, and even to parts
of the verb, but Shadi has reserved for it a more precise use, i.e. its employment
only with nouns admitting of a diminutive sense, as — From J-ol- kMz, " a girl ...