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Contrasting the Finnic languages
Erosive and preservative forces in morphosyntactic change
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abessive adessive adpositional phrases affix analogy attribute phrase bipositional Central Veps characteristic comitative relations constructions contact-induced corresponds dative dative-marked constituent denoting diachronic diachronic change diachronic development diachronic processes display endogenous erosion essive examples expressed exterior Finnic adpositional phrase Finnic languages Finno-Ugric languages functions genitive genitive-governing genitive(-accusative grammatical relations historical illustrated Indo-European languages inessive inflectional elements inflectional homonymy influence instrumental relations Itkonen Kettunen language contact lative Latvian laua lexical Livonian PostpP Livonian TRANSLCOM LocE Loci marker marking merger Mordvin morpheme morphological morphosyntactic change morphosyntactic locus morphosyntactic pattern morphosyntactic properties morphosyntactic structure MSFOu nominative noun complement noun inflection occur partitive partitive-governing Permic languages possessive relations postpositional phrase PostpP predicative adverbial prepositional phrases PrepP prolative proto-language reanalysis Russian instrumental S)he Samic Southern Veps PROLCOM spatial relations Standard Estonian Standard Latvian stem synchronic syncretism syntactic head translative typical typological Ugric languages verb whereas word order Zajceva