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The Three Waves of Dvandva in Indo Euro
Copulative Noun Compounds in Modern English
The NeoLatin Background of Modern Copula
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according adapted adjectival compounds adjectival form adjectival pattern adjective already Amphitruo Anglo Anglo-Saxon appears appellative applied appositional attested attributive Austria-Hungary Bahuvrihi Betulius catalogue Celtiberi chiaroscuro cited Classical Latin combination combining-form combining-vowel comedy comic comico comico-tragicus comoedia compounds referring concept copulative adjective copulative compound Descartes determinative compounds dictionary drama dual dvandva East-West edition element English English compound evidently example explained expression formations French Gallo-Graeci geographical geographical reference German Graeco-Latina Graesse Greek Greek compound Greek pattern harvester-thresher hybrid hyphen idea imitated impossible improvisation Indo-European influence inspired interpretation Italian language later Latin compound Latinist lative linguistic listed literary Mercurius Mercurius Gallo-Belgicus modern Neo-Latin nominal noun compounds obviously offered onomastic origin perhaps Plautus possible pounds relationship Renaissance represented Rhinthon Saxons scholars secretary-stenographer seen Spanish stem Stolz-Schmalz suffix suggestion surely synthetic Taft-Hartley Act term tion tragicomicus tragicomoedia tragicus translation true vernacular word word-formation word-material