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Lexical Category and Alignment in Austronesian  

Daniel Kaufman

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Jun 2017
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Aug 2017
Philippine-type languages are often cited as exemplifying a cross-linguistically unique voice system, in which verb morphology can select not only an agent or patient, but also locative, ... More

Lexical Layers  

Margaret E. Winters

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Jun 2015
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Aug 2014
Layers are sub-components of the lexicon which have become part of a given language through direct or indirect contact with another language or languages. The contact may be on-going ... More

The syntax-lexicon continuum  

Cristiano Broccias

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Nov 2012
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Nov 2012
The lexicon is traditionally viewed as distinct from the syntax of a language. Standard accounts of the history of the English language have separate chapters on syntax and vocabulary. The ... More

Words and Dictionaries  

Marc Alexander

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Jun 2015
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Aug 2014
Dictionaries, those inventories of words which also often include definitions, pronunciations, histories, and usage labels, are often seen by their users as authoritative containers of ... More

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