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The Resource Morphology by itself : stems and inflectional classes, Mark Aronoff

Morphology by itself : stems and inflectional classes, Mark Aronoff

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Morphology by itself : stems and inflectional classes
Title
Morphology by itself
Title remainder
stems and inflectional classes
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Mark Aronoff
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eng
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Aronoff, Mark
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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Linguistic inquiry monographs
Series volume
22
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Grammar, Comparative and general
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Morphology by itself : stems and inflectional classes, Mark Aronoff
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [197]-206) and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
  • Ch. 1. Preliminary Terms. 1.2. Separationist Morphology and Lexemes. 1.3. Other Basic Morphological Terms. 1.4. Lexical, Lexemic, and the Lexicon. 1.5. The Morphomic Level -- Ch. 2. Stems in Latin Verbal Morphology. 2.1. Priscianic Formation of Latin Future, Active Participles. 2.2. Stems in Lexeme-Based Morphology. 2.3. The Stem and Related Notions. 2.4. Stems and the Permanent Lexicon. 2.5. Empty Morphs. 2.6. Semantics and the Latin Basic Stem Types. 2.7. Phonologically Specific Stems -- Ch. 3. Gender and Nominal Inflectional Classes. 3.1. Terminology. 3.2. Two Simple Examples of the Relation between Gender and Inflectional Class. 3.3. Hebrew, a Language without Nominal Inflectional Classes. 3.4. Latin Nominal Inflection -- Ch. 4. Gender, Inflection, and Phonological Form in Two Languages of Papua New Guinea: Arapesh and Yimas. 4.1. Arapesh Gender as Revealed through Agreement. 4.2. Inflectional Classes by Themselves. 4.3. Sex, Gender, and Inflectional Class. 4.4. Word Formation. 4.5. Yimas
  • Ch. 5. Binyanim as Inflectional Classes. 5.1. The Term Binyan and Its Meaning. 5.2. The Hebrew Binyan System. 5.3. The Abstract Nature of the Binyan. 5.4. Qal Stem Templates. 5.5. Varia. 5.6. Aramaic Binyanim. 5.7. Syriac. 5.8. Modern Aramaic. 5.9. Michal: A Semitic Language without Binyanim -- Ch. 6. Conclusion
Control code
27934714
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 210 pages
Isbn
9780262510721
Lccn
93020543
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Morphology by itself : stems and inflectional classes, Mark Aronoff
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [197]-206) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Ch. 1. Preliminary Terms. 1.2. Separationist Morphology and Lexemes. 1.3. Other Basic Morphological Terms. 1.4. Lexical, Lexemic, and the Lexicon. 1.5. The Morphomic Level -- Ch. 2. Stems in Latin Verbal Morphology. 2.1. Priscianic Formation of Latin Future, Active Participles. 2.2. Stems in Lexeme-Based Morphology. 2.3. The Stem and Related Notions. 2.4. Stems and the Permanent Lexicon. 2.5. Empty Morphs. 2.6. Semantics and the Latin Basic Stem Types. 2.7. Phonologically Specific Stems -- Ch. 3. Gender and Nominal Inflectional Classes. 3.1. Terminology. 3.2. Two Simple Examples of the Relation between Gender and Inflectional Class. 3.3. Hebrew, a Language without Nominal Inflectional Classes. 3.4. Latin Nominal Inflection -- Ch. 4. Gender, Inflection, and Phonological Form in Two Languages of Papua New Guinea: Arapesh and Yimas. 4.1. Arapesh Gender as Revealed through Agreement. 4.2. Inflectional Classes by Themselves. 4.3. Sex, Gender, and Inflectional Class. 4.4. Word Formation. 4.5. Yimas
  • Ch. 5. Binyanim as Inflectional Classes. 5.1. The Term Binyan and Its Meaning. 5.2. The Hebrew Binyan System. 5.3. The Abstract Nature of the Binyan. 5.4. Qal Stem Templates. 5.5. Varia. 5.6. Aramaic Binyanim. 5.7. Syriac. 5.8. Modern Aramaic. 5.9. Michal: A Semitic Language without Binyanim -- Ch. 6. Conclusion
Control code
27934714
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xv, 210 pages
Isbn
9780262510721
Lccn
93020543
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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