Polysynthesis in the arctic

The north american and north-eastern siberian arctic and sub-arctic contain a large contiguous area of highly polysynthetic languages belonging to three language families, eskimo-aleut, chukotko-kamchatkan, and na-dene. Polysynthesis in the arctic/sub-arctic abstract and keywords the north american and north-eastern siberian arctic and sub-arctic contain a large contiguous area of highly polysynthetic languages belonging to three language families, eskimo-aleut, chukotko-kamchatkan, and na-dene. Polysynthesis in the arctic mediately before the verb , fuse d with it as prono minal a xes e modern verb word is thus the descendan t of the original nuclear cla use.

polysynthesis in the arctic This paper presents a diagnostic for distinguishing older from newer forms of polysynthesis explanations for the global “cline” of polysynthesis from northern asia into northwestern america are examined in this light this leads to addressing the questions as to the “robustness” of polysynthesis in general (and head-marking morphology in particular) and as to whether its development.

This paper presents a diagnostic for distinguishing older from newer forms of polysynthesis explanations for the global “cline” of polysynthesis from northern asia into northwestern america are examined in this light.

Request pdf on researchgate | on jan 1, 2013, michael fortescue and others published polysynthesis in the arctic/sub-arctic for full functionality of researchgate it is necessary to enable javascript. The north american and north-eastern siberian arctic and sub-arctic contain a large contiguous area of highly polysynthetic languages belonging to three language families, eskimo-aleut, chukotko-kamchatkan, and na-dene these contain some of the most extreme and yet diverse polysynthetic languages in the world between them they cover three of the main sub-types of polysynthesis, respectively.

Polysynthesis in the arctic

Polysynthesis in the arctic marianne mithun | university of california, santa barbara among the most frequently cited typological characteristics of american languages is polysynthesis , a term coined in 1816 by duponceau to describe words in american languages containing large numbers of morphemes. Polysynthesis in the arctic 16 pages polysynthesis in the arctic author marianne mithun download with google download with facebook or download with email polysynthesis in the arctic download polysynthesis in the arctic author.

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Request pdf on researchgate | on jan 1, 2013, michael fortescue and others published polysynthesis in the arctic/sub-arctic. Chapter 1 polysynthesis in the arctic 5 boas’s student edward sapir similarly cited a high average number of morphemes per word in his definition of polysynthesis, along with the specification of syntac-tic relations encoded within the word he, too, pointed to eskimo as a prototypic-al example of polysynthesis. The translations of polysynthetic from english to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation where the essential translation unit is the word «polysynthetic» in english.

polysynthesis in the arctic This paper presents a diagnostic for distinguishing older from newer forms of polysynthesis explanations for the global “cline” of polysynthesis from northern asia into northwestern america are examined in this light this leads to addressing the questions as to the “robustness” of polysynthesis in general (and head-marking morphology in particular) and as to whether its development.
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