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Adj.1.lexicalised - expressed by a word
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In addition, the lexicalised compounds such as logpile or network cannot be separated into two different words.
The Dynamics of Nominal Classification: Productive and Lexicalised Uses of Gender Agreement in Mawng
Some regional varieties of English have lexicalised the modal auxiliary may into an adverb when it was followed by certain verbs, e.g.
Dictionaries only list lexicalised units; but many of the compounds encountered in written discourse are new formations, and some patterns are not described in major handbooks (Bauer & Renouf, 2001).
I shall ask in this paper whether OE participial perception verb constructions (which for the sake of simplicity I shall henceforth refer to as "VOSende" by analogy with VOSI) give rise to a similar inference, and, if so, to what extent it has been lexicalised by a grammaticalised NP + present participle combination.
Santra Jantunen widmet sich in ihrer Forschung "The order between productivity and non-productivity--are Livonian frequentative verbs derivatives or lexicalised?" (S.
For a start, it is clear that innit fulfils the property in (9b): it is not a Noun, a Verb or an Adjective but a lexicalised expression.
The manner component is a constant (lexicalised) while the path component is a variable that can project as an independent syntactic constituent (4) (as in (16)).
(12) Ceglia (1998:26), explicitly referring to Bjorck, notes that the participles of verbs such as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'it is expedient', [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'it is fitting', and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'it is necessary', as well as those of verbs such as [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'I become', [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'I follow', [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'I have', and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'I speak', 'non conservano traccia della natura verbale' (13) and should be considered lexicalised. Evans (2001:231-32) similarly mentions the existence of 'fully adjectivised' participles in the Greek Pentateuch, as for example the present participle [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], 'alive' (Gen.
From a linguistic perspective, "kawaii" is not lexicalised in other languages.