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Noun Incorporation in Lakota (Siouan)
Definissant l'incorporation nominale comme une construction morphologique qui ajoute un element lexical nominal a un element lexical verbal, et dont la construction resultante est un verbe formule enExpand
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4. Evidentiality in Western Apache (Athabaskan)
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Polysynthesis as a typological feature
Polysynthesis is characterized as a type of morphology, qualitatively different from inflectional morphology and from derivational morphology and redefined as productive noninflectional concatenation (PNC). Expand
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Handbook of Descriptive Linguistic Fieldwork
Acknowledgements.- Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter 2. Definition and Goals of Descriptive Linguistic Fieldwork.- Chapter 3. The History of Linguistic Fieldwork.- Chapter 4: Choosing a Language.-Expand
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Denominal Verbs in Apachean Languages
Denominal verb derivation in three closely related Apachean languages (Navajo, Chiricahua Apache, and Western Apache) is not elaborate. The nouns involved are limited to body parts in Navajo, toExpand
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Polysynthetic Language: Central Siberian Yupik
The structure of the Central Siberian Yupik word is typical of Eskimo in potentially containing long sequences of postbases. Expand
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