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Issues in comparative Uto-Aztecan morphosyntax

  title={Issues in comparative Uto-Aztecan morphosyntax},
  author={Jason D. Haugen},
Form and Meaning in Hiaki (Yaqui) Verbal Reduplication1
This paper provides a description of the reduplication patterns of Hiaki (also known as Yaqui or Yoeme), based on a corpus of hundreds of reduplicated verbs with example sentences. The various
Lexical category and the distribution of word-final vowels in Hiaki
We report on an automated extraction and analysis of lexical items from a digitized dictionary of Hiaki (Yaqui), which enabled the discovery of patterns in the distribution of wordfinal vowels
Denominal Verbs in Uto‐Aztecan1
  • Jason D. Haugen
  • Linguistics
    International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 2008
Denominal verbs across Uto‐Aztecan are used for several functions, including the indication of such semantic notions as make, use, have, get, become, marry, put on, and remove, as well as some others
Minimalist interfaces : selected issues in Indonesian and Javanese
This dissertation is a theoretical investigation of the thesis of Minimalist Interfaces, namely, that syntax-external linguistic interfaces that interact with the core syntactic computation and