infixation


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infixation

n (of idea)Einprägen nt, → Festsetzen nt; (Ling) → Einfügung f
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9b) analogical infixation merger breaking replacement [down arrow] [down arrow] [down arrow] [down arrow] *h-e-ald > *heald > *heold > heold *sp-e-an(n) > *spean(n) > *speon(n) > speon
In Shuswap, for example, the diminutive is formed by infixation of a consonant following the stressed vowel.
The number of cases of initial-oriented infixation is almost three times more common than the final-oriented infixation cases.
For substantial arguments have been advanced in favor of considering these forms as being characterized not by infixation, but by the process of noun formation that depends on patterning (see, e.
Infixation versus Onset Metathesis in Taglog, Camarro, and Toba Batak.