Austronesian Root Theory: An Essay on the Limits of Morphology
Since the pioneering analyses of Renward Brandstetter (1860–1942) a quasi-morphological element called the 'root' has been recognized in Austronesian linguistics. This monograph confronts many of the methodological and substantive issues raised but never fully resolved by Brandstetter. In an effort to reassess the value of his work for contemporary linguistics the author examines Brandstetter's methods and results, and applies a modified from of this approach to new material. The study establishes 230 roots based on more than 2,560 root tokens in some 117 languages. It is thus intended to serve as a rudimentary root dictionary and a basic handbook on the subject of the root for future scholars of Austronesian.
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MICHAEL HITCHCOCK ROBERT A. BLUST: Austronesian root theory: an essay on the limits of morphology. ix, 190 pp. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, ...
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Too Much to Swallow: On Terms Meaning ‘Swallow’ in Oceanic Languages
Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 40, no. 2 (December 2001). © by University of Hawai‘i Press. All rights reserved. Squib. Too Much to Swallow: On Terms Meaning ...
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