Locality Conditions on Suppletive Verbs in Hiaki

  title={Locality Conditions on Suppletive Verbs in Hiaki},
  author={Heidi Harley and Mercedes Tubino and Jason D. Haugen},
Gender / number syncretism in Yelmek verbal suppletion
In this paper we explore patterns in syncretism between suppletive verbal stems in the Papuan language Yelmek, in particular in light of a prediction made in Kramer (2018) concerning gender/number
Missing Elsewhere: Domain Extension in Contextual Allomorphy
Abstract Much work in Distributed Morphology (Embick 2010, 2015, Bobaljik 2012, Harley, Tubino, and Haugen 2017, Bobaljik and Harley to appear) holds that morphosyntactically conditioned contextual
Two modes of dative and genitive case assignment: Evidence from two stages of Greek
In this paper, we compare the properties of dative and genitive objects in Classical vs. Modern Greek. Based on the difference in behavior of dative/genitive objects of ditransitives and monadic
Verbal Number in Lo–Toga and Hiw: The Emergence of a Lexical Paradigm
  • A. François
  • Linguistics
    Transactions of the Philological Society
  • 2019
Several languages around the world encode number through a regular alternation between verb roots, in a pattern sometimes called ‘verbal number suppletion’ (Veselinova 2006). Lo–Toga and Hiw, two
Root Suppletion and the Theory of Allomorphic Locality
The paper investigates the root suppletion phenomena with its direct relation to the theory of allomorphic locality as it is couched in the Distributed Morphology (DM) framework (Halle & Marantz