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The Takelma language of southwestern Oregon by Edward Sapir
f 26115 MorphologyContinued
H 8788 2 Noun derivation
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2d person a'yu ablaut action adjectival adjective adverb aorist stem appears belong body-part prefixes canoe catch causative character characteristic connective consonant consonantic Coos Coos language corresponding denotes derived difference diphthong dissimilation dual element enclitic Examples expressed falling accent fire frequently future glottal grammatical hanL idea imperative incorporated indicate indirect object inferential inorganic instrumental interrogative intransitive k'wa kill literally long vowel look manner of articulation means modal morphologically nominal non-aorist forms noun occur palatal participles passive perhaps periphrastic person plural personal pronouns phonetic phrases pitch possessive pronoun possessive suffix postposition pre-positive preceding probably pronominal pronominal object pronominal suffixes reduplication reflexive salmon second person singular seems semivowel sentence signification stems ending subordinate syllable Syntactic particle Takelma tense-modes third personal object tive transitive suffixes transitive verbs Typo umlauted verb-form verb-stem verbal stem verbs of Type wede word yapla