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inflexional

adj (Gram) → Flexions-; inflexional endingFlexionsendung f
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The alternations originated by purely phonological processes in the course of which former inflexional or derivational morphemes were lost as overt forms and were replaced by zero morphemes (or allomorphs), while the allophones of the stem vocalism or consonantism which had been conditioned by the vowel(s) of the lost morphemes were phonemicised.
The exact number of declensions differ--Viitso and Ernstreits (2012) identify thirteen, whilst Viitso (2012) outlines five--as do the number of sub-types, but the basic pedagogical assumptions remain the same: exemplary paradigms provide models of the types of inflexional variation found in the nominal system; (2) new lexemes are listed in the dictionary (Viitso, Ernstreits 2012) along with their principal parts which permit the language-user to associate vocabulary items with the relevant exemplary paradigms and thus analogically deduce previously-unencountered inflected forms.
We have little inflexional morphology, and English-speaking nations do not have "National Academies" empowered to regulate English usage.
(42) This grammar does not deal with inflexional aspects because 'true love abhors all variations'; consequently, to love only means to hear the language of the heart, whose only syntactic rule of agreement is the lovers' 'Concord': 'He wants no Language that hath learn'd to love, | When tongues are still, hearts will be heard above.' (43) Annabella's answer assumes this principle as she states her compromise in an oath:
Most inflexional endings are as in Present-Day English, e.g.
The verb consists of a root, to which various derivational and inflexional morphemes attach.
Estas se ajustan a la faceta receptiva y expresiva del lenguaje, y tienen en cuenta tanto la parte implicita como explicita de la conciencia, pero se hubiera contribuido mas a las conclusiones finales si se hubiera incluido una distincion entre aquellas tareas que evaluan morfologia derivacional y morfologia inflexional, al uso de lo que se ha venido haciendo en otros estudios (Casalis y Alexandre, 2000; Deacon y Bryant, 2006; Mahony, Singson y Mann, 2000), mejorando el conocimiento de la naturaleza de la conciencia morfologica.
It also contains a Dhimal-English glossary and information on inflexional paradigms and kinship terms.
the sufficient predicates, anti-cyclic--[S.sub.A], and supra-proportional--[S.sub.P], will generate together a second necessary predicate of AFS, the inflexional predicate.
(1992) quien describe el rasgo morfologico de la pluralizacion de unidades lexicas y la vigencia de la Teoria del Bloqueo Inflexional en los compuestos nominales, Finol, A.