10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NOMINATIVAL»
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Approaches to Arabic Linguistics: Presented to Kees ...
following nominatival indefinite phrase signals the new information, and not the
other way around (see, e.g. Ibn Yaīš, Šarh I:86–87).30 Ibn Yaīš (Šarh I:86) argues
that, judging by the meaning of sentences such as laka mālun (“You have ...
Everhard Ditters, Harald Motzki, 2007
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain & Ireland
... orthography of this name for the nominatival case-ending of the Persian. There
is nothing to be remarked in the names of Nisdya and Media, except the
duplication of the s in the former name, and the assimilation of the ^ and >^yty i
Themes in Greek Linguistics: Papers from the First ...
The infinitive seeking to find its subject would recognize it in the nominatival
subject of the previous clause and accordingly nominative would be assigned to
the predicates. This seems a plausible way out, but objections can be raised.
Irene Philippaki-Warburton, Katerina Nicolaidis, Maria Sifianou, 1994
Indo-European Verbal Flexion was Analytical (a Return to Bopp).
Two types now existed, a calling form EHER with a nominatival EHER-Es beside
it, and a calling form EHsR-EI with a nominatival GHEREY-Es. Ofthese, GHER-Es
/ 51101105 was finally allocated to the singular and EHEREY-Es to the plural, ...
Edwin Whitfield Fay, 1913
18 hahrannas anda and KUB XXXI 100 Rs. 3 hahrannass-a GI§TIR.HI.A GlSSAR
[ "A., woods (and) orchard(s)." Perhaps hahrannas is in origin the genitive of a *
hahratar, thus " (place) of raking," conceived of as nominatival in its own right and
Ronald S. Stroud, Jaan Ruhvel, 1977
The Byzantine Grammarians: Their Place in History
A little further on (Keil 1859: 116.27 — 117.4) sentences comprising a single verb
, which are quite common in a "pro-drop" language like Latin, are explained by
the "understanding" of a nominatival subject NP, in the case of impersonal verbs
Robert Henry Robins, 1993
A Grammar of Harar Oromo (Northeastern Ethiopia): Including ...
16) on Wallegga, '...a noun with nominatival suffix is sufficient to express "the"...' 4
. Him also takes a dative complement instead of locative. ii-a-tt hime./ i6&a-^ hime
. 'He told him.' 5. In these constructions -hii and iiiaadn conjunction with its ...
Coherence and Grounding in Discourse: Outcome of a ...
Plank, ed., Typology of Language Structures: Nominatival, Ergatival, Activai.
Mouton. Dixon, R.M.W. ed. 1976. Grammatical Categories in Australian
Languages. Canberra: Australian Inst. of Aboriginal Studies. -----. 1979. "
Ergativity." Language ...
The Proto-Germanic n-stems.: A study in diachronic ...
The introduction of the secondary singulates and geminates is best
understandable by assuming that the original paradigm was split up into two new
paradigms: one paradigm generalized the nominatival consonantism by doubling
it in the ...
Studies in Middle English Linguistics
The first element might alternatively be genitive of a noun ' “string's”, rope's', but
the combination of meaning and non-nominatival compounding make that as a
river-name formed on a common noun hard to believe. (Contrast, e. g., Gloucs