Old Church Slavonic Grammar
This description of the structure of Old Church Slavonic is intended to present fully the important data about the language, without citing all the minutiae of attested variant spellings. The facts have been treated from the point of view of structural linguistics, but pedagogical clarity has taken precedence over the conciseness required for elegant formal description.
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THE OLD CHURCH SLAVONIC WRITING SYSTEMS
Vocabulary and the structure of words 1 nature of attested
THE SOUND SYSTEM
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accusative adjectives alternate anomalous aorist attested basic stems byti classifier Cloz Common Slavic compound consonant consonantal Cyrillic dative declension denoting derivational desinences dialects diphthongs East Slavic ECoS examples feminine formant forms front vowel genitive glagolitic Greek i-stem imperative imperfect implies infinitive iotation irregular jers labial language LCoS letter lexical locative manuscripts masc masculine meaning morpheme morphophonemes nasal nasal vowels neut neuter nominal declension normal nouns obstruents occur Old Church Slavonic palatal palatal consonant paradigm past active participle past passive participle perfective person petb phonemes phonological Plur post-OCS prefixed stems pres pronominal pronoun rare replaced root Rusian scribes sequence sing Slavic languages Slavs soft South Slavic spelled stem ends stem-final suffix supine Supr syllable texts truncated twofold nominal underlying usually Vaillant variant velar Verbal substantive verbs words written
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Causatives and Causation: A Universal-typological Perspective
Jae Jung Song
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