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Morphological irregularity and linguistic geography - Fachbereich 10 ...

Morphological irregularity and linguistic geography - Fachbereich 10 ...

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Arbeitskreis "Sprachkontakt und Sprachvergleich" | Eine Schwerpunktinitiative der Universität Bremen | FB10 | Linguistik Excluded cases • EQUATIVE – Welsh hardd-ed ‚as handsome‘ • EMPHATIC – Hungarian leges-leg-erősebb ‚absolutely strongest‘ • ELATIVE – Portuguese fraqu-íssimo ‚very weak‘ • ATTENUATIVE – Kalmyk kīt-cr ‚somewhat colder‘ Universität Bremen, Fachbereich 10, Studiengang Linguistik

Arbeitskreis "Sprachkontakt und Sprachvergleich" | Eine Schwerpunktinitiative der Universität Bremen | FB10 | Linguistik What counts as irregularity? • traditional – largely impressionistic (i.e. ill-defined) concept in philology and linguistics; • Our point of view: • Regularity and irregularity are interconnected gradual properties – between the extremes of absolute regularity and absolute irregularity, there is a continuum of subregularities/sub-irregularities; • regular is the comparison of those adjectives whose paradigms contain exclusively predictable word-forms. Universität Bremen, Fachbereich 10, Studiengang Linguistik

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