Direct and indirect evidence for lability in Middle Indo-Aryan

  title={Direct and indirect evidence for lability in Middle Indo-Aryan},
  author={Artemij Keidan},
  pages={1107 - 1138}
Abstract The paper is devoted to the labile verbs in the Middle Indo-Aryan languages. To begin with, the general causes of the diachronic development of lability are taken into consideration. The main such cause is suggested to be the casual diachronic deletion of the valency changing morphemes. In this respect, the valency changing verbal morphology of late Sanskrit, along with its outcome at the Middle Indian stage, is taken into consideration. All of the possible sources of ambiguity are… 

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