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Title :琉球諸語に活用型形容詞は存在するか? : 伊良部島方言の場合
Title alternative :Does the Inflecting Adjective Exist in Ryukyuan? : A Case Study of Irabu
Authors :下地, 理則
Authors alternative :Shimoji, Michinori
Issue Date :24-Dec-2010
Abstract :This study discusses the word class assignment of property-concept words (PC words)in Irabu Ryukyuan, with a particular focus on whether an inflecting word form containing a PC root is regarded as an adjective. My conclusion is that the inflecting PC word is nothing but a verb, with the word-internal morpheme–kaR being analyzed as a class-changing derivational affix or verbalizer affix. That is, unlike the previous assumption that–kaR is a distinctive morpheme that characterizes adjectival conjugation, I demonstrate that this morpheme belongs to a stem, and this stem is a verbal stem.
Type Local :雑誌掲載論文
ISSN :2185-4882
Publisher :the International Institute for Okinawan Studies, University of the Ryukyus
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/33967
Citation :International journal of Okinawan studies Vol.1 no.2 p.41 -51
Appears in Collections:Vol.1(2) (2010/12)

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