By Jan Wohlgemuth
The current paintings is the 1st in-depth cross-linguistic learn on mortgage verbs and the morphological, syntactic and sociolinguistic elements of mortgage verb lodging, investigating claims that verbs regularly are tougher to borrow than different elements of speech, or that verbs couldn't be borrowed as verbs and wanted a re-verbalization within the borrowing language.
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Are used to mark ISO 639-3 codes only. There are no phonetic transcriptions throughout this work. e. additional languages in the list of languages (sec. 1) and additional examples in tab. 41. Preliminaries and conventions Text structure and cross-referencing This volume is organized in parts, chapters, sections and subsections. 0). The latter are only numbered when they are autonomous thematic units. e. paragraphs or quotations) are neither numbered systematically nor are they listed in the table of contents.
For a definition of light verb, see sec. 2, for further examples see ch. 8. (4) Greek (Modern; of migrants in the USA) [ell] < English (USA) [eng] (Moravcsik 1975: 8, 2003: 1) kani retire do:3SG retire ‘(s)he retires’ < [eng] retire The present study evaluates Moravcsik’s generalizations on verbal borrowing and adds findings from a substantially broader sample of languages. In so doing, particular attention will be paid to the issue whether verbs can indeed only be borrowed as nouns or non-verbs and whether verbs generally are inherently more resistant to borrowing than other parts of speech.
He shows, in contrast to Nau’s (1995) findings, that several accommodation patterns can also co-occur productively at the same time, sometimes their choice being determined by the model verb’s morphophonological makeup. 6 Valenzuela (2005) Valenzuela’s (2005) article on verbal borrowings in Shipibo-Konibo is explicitly intended as an underpinning, with data from non-Indo-European languages, of Moravcsik’s (1975) claim that borrowed verbs have to be nativized before they are available as verbs for the recipient language.
A Typology of Verbal Borrowings (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs) by Jan Wohlgemuth