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ERIC Number: ED351859
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 48
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Proto-Algic IV: Nouns.
Proulx, Paul
This paper completes a description of Proto-Algic morphology begun by the author with a description of the verb (Proulx, 1985) and of pronouns (Proulx, 1991) by focusing on Proto-Algic noun structure and inflection. In Proto-Algic, a primary noun stem ends in a derivational final, a secondary one in a nominalizer. Both usually resemble demonstrative pronouns in shape. A detailed description is provided of the endings of third-person singular verbs, which show striking resemblance to those of some classes of nouns. The possible glottogonic origins of these endings is then discussed. (JL)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers: Proto Algic
Note: In: Linn, Mary Sarah, Ed. and Oliverio, Giulia, R. M., Ed. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 17, Numbers 1 and 2; see FL 020 603.