circumposition

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circumposition

(ˌsɜːkəmpəˈzɪʃən)
n
the act of circumposing
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Case assignment rules for direct core arguments in accusative languages such as Old English (different from case governed by adposition) stipulate that the highest ranking core macrorole in the PSA selection hierarchy is inflected for the nominative case.
The high tone on the second syllable is due to attachment of the floating high tone of the genitival adposition [.sup.[H.sup.?]].
He covers successive-cyclic movement; some properties of movement; the theory of cyclicity and phases; feature values and interpretation; the phase heads v, C, P, and the stranding generalization; and adposition stranding.
Thus, regarding lexical category, abutan 1 'on, about, around, on the outside, round about' may be considered an adposition and abutan 2 'about, nearly', an adverb.
Cross-linguistic correlations between size of syllables, number of cases, and adposition order.
(iv) Notice that not every adposition can necessarily be decomposed along these two dimensions.
If this is not the case and the derivative is a member of an invariable class such as the adposition and the conjunction, the morphological process in point is conversion.
PoS Corpus % Different MSD Noun 30.45 119 Verb 14.53 62 Adjective 12.06 284 Adposition 09.55 9 Conjunction 06.98 3 Pronoun 06.16 312 Other 20.27 107 Table 3.1: Lexicon improving the suffix trie.
We use the categories "adposition" and "adpositional object" to also cover prepositions and prepositional objects in English parse trees.
Cases like (11a), where the remnant is a PP, are also predicted to be OK, since the R-feature is not copied from the correlate, but assigned locally by the adposition.
a specific case marker or adposition or position in the clause) whereas the marking of adjuncts is more variable (Rakosi 2006: 104-105).
{N} is a pronominal category, seen here as a kind of determiner, with secondary feature {past}, and {loc} is a secondary feature of the functor category, a category that may occur independently as an adposition. As we have seen, these secondary categories are associated with particular primary categories, and rather than determining basic distribution (as do the primary categories) they merely "fine-tune" the distribution and/or may be signalled morphologically.