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- Nonconcatenative morphology, also called discontinuous morphology and introflection, is a form of word formation in which the root is modified and which...
- (i.e. method of constructing words from a basic root). Arabic has a nonconcatenative "root-and-pattern" morphology: A root consists of a set of bare consonants...
- autosegmental phonology, and later Optimality Theory, to morphology. Nonconcatenative morphology "Statewide Payroll". Retrieved June 7, 2019. "UM**** Amherst:...
- of the European Union. The Semitic languages are notable for their nonconcatenative morphology. That is, word roots are not themselves syllables or words...
- Broken plural Indo-European ablaut Khuzdul K-T-B Modern Hebrew grammar Nonconcatenative morphology Phono-semantic matching Proto-Indo-European root Š-L-M Transfixation...
- their Hebrew name binyanim. Semitic languages make extensive use of nonconcatenative morphology, and most words share a set of two, three or four consonants...
- Egyptian that are typically Afroasiatic are its fusional morphology, nonconcatenative morphology, a series of emphatic consonants, a three-vowel system /a...
- catenulate, chain, concatenate, concatenation, enchain, enchaînement, nonconcatenative †catēnula catēnul- cauda caud-, cod- tail cauda, caudal, caudate, caudicle...
- vowel ablaut along with prefixation (ak-) and infixation (-'-): The nonconcatenative morphology of the Afroasiatic languages is sometimes described in terms...
- Conjugation and declension are carried out by a mix of inflection and two nonconcatenative morphological processes: umlaut, a backness-based alteration to the...
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