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Gothic possessives, adjectives, and other modifiers in -ata
The paradigm of some possessive pronouns, adjectives, and some other modifiers in Gothic contains an instance of morphological variation in the neuter nominative and accusative singular, where theExpand
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Weak adjectives need not be definite
Abstract In Gothic and, more generally, early Germanic, adjectives can be declined for gender, number, case and determination. The latter category refers to a morphologically realised distinctionExpand
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Gotų kalbos bevardės giminės būdvardžių galūnių kaita
This article examines the evidence of morphological variation in the inflection of neuter nominative and accusative singular adjectives as well as other modifiers in Gothic (shorter nominal vs.Expand
THE GREEK SOURCESOF THE GOTHIC BIBLE TRANSLATION
Almost all of what we know about the structure and properties of Gothic comes from the Gothic translation of the New Testament from Greek. No analysis of Gothic syntax is therefore feasible withoutExpand
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PATTERNS OF LINEAR CORRESPONDENCE IN THE GOTHIC BIBLE TRANSLATION: THE CASE OF THE ADJECTIVE
By examining the realisation of the adjective in Gothic against the original Greek, this paper explores the borderline between literalness and idiomaticity in the Gothic translation of the Bible. AsExpand
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Greek ἀρχιερεύς in Gothic translation
One of the most remarkable examples of variation in the Gothic Bible is the translation of the Greek compound ἀρχιeρeύς ‘chief priest’, accorded as many as seven different Gothic renderings. ByExpand
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On some morphological properties of the adjective in Gothic
The morphology of Gothic, as well as that of other older Germanic languages, has traditionally been analysed in phonological terms, with classifications that reflect earlier stages in the developmentExpand