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Title: The other consonant in Turkish prefixal reduplication: a working paper
Authors: Dobrovolsky, Michael
Keywords: Linguistics;Turkish language;Morphology;Reduplication (Linguistics);Phonology
Issue Date: Jun-1983
Publisher: University of Calgary
Citation: Dobrovolsky, M. (1983). The other consonant in Turkish prefixal reduplication: a working paper. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 9(Summer), 17-24.
Abstract: In Modern Standard Turkish, certain adjectives can be intensified by a reduplicative prefixing process which copies the initial CV of the stem and adds a third consonant. The prefix is stressed. Main word stress falls on the prefix, and stem stress is reduced. The main proposal of this paper is that at the nonsurface level of phonological representation the reduplicative prefix (henceforth, REDUP) is a separate word.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1880/51316
ISSN: 2371-2643
Appears in Collections:Volume 9, Summer 1983

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