morphophonology


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morphophonology

(ˌmɔːfəʊfəˈnɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics the study of the phonemic shape and the phonological representation of a language's morphemes
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The number of graphemes is largely motivated by the intricate morphophonology of Ume Saami, which includes both consonant gradation and an extensive vowel system.
Data on Informant 6, as well as data on the other children, indicate that the child, who is still in the phase of acquisition of the morphophonology of the language, reveals floating morphological characteristics by comparison with the standard grammar of the target language.
From morphophonology to sociolinguistics: The case of Akan hypocoristic day names.
His grammar covers phonology and morphophonology, lexicon and morphology, and syntax.
My interest in this problem arose from studying the synchronic morphophonology of Khotanese present stems.
1) Morphological mixing, i.e., the copy of single words from English that are adapted to the morphophonology of Spanish; and
In other words, much morphophonology characterizes these forms.
Conspiring to mean: experimental and computational evidence for a usage-based harmonic approach to morphophonology. Language 89.110-48.
ZUBIZARRETA ("The relation between morphophonology and morphosyntax: the case of Romance causatives", LI, 16, 1985, pp.
The acquisition of morphophonology. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 43(1-2).
Topics in the morphophonology of standard spoken Tamil (SST): An optimality theoretic study.