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The Semantemes and Morphemes
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ablaut accent added adverbial participle affective language analogy Aryans Austrics Caldwell called Canarese Category of morphemes century A. D. changed chapter that deals denote tenses denote the masculine Dravidian languages English epicene plural eresr express the idea feminine gender full words future tense gender and number grammatical categories guage hemes high caste homonyms Idaichol imperative mood increment India Indo-European languages infix Language—Page linguistic literary dialect logical language Malayalam masculine gender morp morphemes of expression nambi nangai Nannul neuter plural optative mood participle past tense Pavananthi person singular personal pronouns phemes plural number post-positions prefixed present tense Prof Professor Ilakkuvanar role root Sangam age Sangam literature Sanskrit second person semantemes and morphemes semantic Semitic languages sentence separate serve speech spoken dialect study of Tamil suffix syntax Tamil grammarians Tamil language tense sign thinai Thirukural Thiruvalluvar Thol Tholkappiyar tone Vendryes says verb verbal noun vocalic ablaut vocative vowel