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language was arguably gradually moving away from such combinations. 3.3 The deadverbial suggestion We will return later in a couple of other contexts to the issue of whether any of the branches provides evidence of having inherited a living decasuative process from an earlier

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In: Indo-European Linguistics
Author: Michaël Peyrot

. Although there is no need to attribute the existence of a nominal dual in Tocharian to contact, it is conceivable that the creation of an agglutinative dual suffix was externally motivated, at least in part. The other relevant Siberian language groups, Turkic, Ket and Yukaghir, have no nominal dual. 23

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other hand, adds a layer of morphological complexity which does not have the benefit of being motivated by any phonological aspects of the possessive adjectives themselves the way the present proposal can appeal to their clitic-like nature. That string-vacuous local dislocation is limited only to a

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In: Indo-European Linguistics
Author: Anahita Hoose

the first hundred verses of the story of Agaḍadatta (in the edition of Jacobi 1886: 68–74). This tale of the exploits of a prince who, after abandoning the profligate ways of youth and living a life of dashing adventure, ultimately undergoes a religious conversion and becomes a Jain ascetic, is

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In: Indo-European Linguistics
Author: Chaya R. Nove

. The author does not disclose the source of the data and Hasidim are never explicitly mentioned, but references to a rebbe and religious life seem to imply that they are the ones utilizing such expressions. There are no analytic studies of spoken HY in this issue, either. To examine patterns in

In: Journal of Jewish Languages

Romance language spoken in everyday life by the Christians of southwestern France. During the next stage, the Gascon used by the Jews underwent a gradual “Judaicizing,” with new lexical elements introduced. Numerous words in this Jewish repertoire were taken from the liturgy. 5 Others were needed to

In: Journal of Jewish Languages
Author: Klaas Bentein

two writers must have had a Christian background. The brothers mentioned at the end of the letter may then be considered a group of religious males, perhaps living, as Matthews (2006: 29) suggests, in an early monastic community. Whereas Matthews (2006: 29) highlights the distinct character of this

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In: Journal of Greek Linguistics
Author: Luca D’Anna

considering that it was not made during an interview, but in a theatre, where the informant was talking about her life in front of an audience comprising, for the most part, speakers of Tripoli Judeo-Arabic. Rāʔ /r/ In YJA, CA rāʔ is realized as a voiced alveolar trill [r] and does not feature the

In: Journal of Jewish Languages
Author: Florian Sommer

die. part.pret.gen.pl ‘as a judge of the living and the dead’ (SzP I I  4 30 ) This means that the definiteness marker can not only be deleted under identity, but also that its placement with respect to the whole coordination is

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Cypriots previously living in the north of the island, daily exodus to the cities to work). This urban generalised variety, usually designated by the term Cypriot koiné , has attracted significant attention in recent years 12 and is being systematically described in a forthcoming grammar (Cout- sougera et

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In: Journal of Greek Linguistics