author={Arnold M. Zwicky and Geoffrey K. Pullum},

On the morphology of Degema modifier, demonstrative and interrogative nominals

  • E. Kari
  • Linguistics
    Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
  • 2018
Abstract This article discusses the morphology of Degema modifier, demonstrative and interrogative nominals, noting that like most nouns in the language, these nominals consist of a stem and a

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