Nevertheless, a sort of "substantivization
" of modern happened in the late-Victorian literature.
Hence in parallel processes of the onomasiological reshaping of the verb substantivization
tended to precede adjectivization.
In word-formation of Old Turkic language, scholars identify the following types of derivations: compounding, suffixation, substantivization
Polynesian languages are heavily nominalising, so that the substantivization
of mana would scarcely be surprising.' (1984: 145, see also 1985: 203)) I have argued that Polynesian elaboration from a proto-Oceanic root was introduced to Mota from Tikopia and further inflated by Bishop Selwyn and the MM, in eager search of concepts related to spiritual power and who readily embraced what to them was a familiar concept given his and Patteson's knowledge of Maori.
To put it less charitably, it does not seem that open structure is much more than a substantivization
of the researcher's desire to see her own epistemology as more capacious and sophisticated than it actually is and to chart for it a future more promising than it deserves.
more receptive categories to such a correction appear to be action and factitive nouns rather than agent nouns whereas in adjectivization strings of adjectives in comparison with strings of participles.
In line with this third function, it might be conjectured that *-aHm'H-(v) was created as a substantivization
to *-aHna-, and then switched to dev'i-inflection under the influence of the vrddhi formations.
Thus a traditional term like "nominalization" actually conflates two distinct operations; "deverbalization" and "substantivization
and Anthropological Discourse: The Transformation of Practices into Institutions in Neotraditional Pacific Society.
conversion or substantivization
of a participle) is employed, which implies a higher degree of morphological complexity, or, more interestingly, the semantically closest productive affix is put to use even if it requires violating the coindexation constraint in the process.
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of the adjective babhruka- 'brownish', itself transparently derived from babhru- '(red-) brown' (dat.