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date: 16 October 2019

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Compounding is a widespread process in Modern Greek, which creates morphologically complex words from the combination of two stems, most of which are linked together by the vowel /o/. This chapter discusses compound markers, compound structures, compound–internal relations, headedness, and synthetic compounds.

Keywords: Greek compounds, compounding, compound markers, compound structures, compound–internal relations, headedness, synthetic compounds

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