Valencian Hypocoristics: When Morphology Meets Phonology

@inproceedings{Arts2014ValencianHW,
  title={Valencian Hypocoristics: When Morphology Meets Phonology},
  author={Eduard Art{\'e}s},
  year={2014}
}
Valencian hypocoristics constitute a domain in which morphology seems to be at rescue when phonological problems arise. The prosodic requirements of the truncated form (a disyllabic left-headed foot) determine the insertion of an inflectional exponent, i.e., 'morphological epenthesis'. The grammar avoids the insertion of regular epenthetic material and favors the choice of an exponent already listed in the lexicon. Assuming inflectional allomorphs to be underdetermined in the input, a… Expand
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