The original reduplication
vowel was a, which is confirmed by RV 1.
sige 'victory', saete 'seat', and fere 'power', 'sufficiency', where there is no reduplication
of a consonant grapheme after an open syllable.
Ghomeshi, Jila, Ray Jackendoff, Nicole Rosen, and Kevin Russell (2004) "Contrastive Focus Reduplication
A stemmer strips off affixes and perhaps undoes other phonological processes (such as reduplication
in Malay) in order to get to the basic form of the words of the text.
Reality itself founders in hyperrealism," Baudrillard once playfully explained, "the meticulous reduplication
of the real, preferably through another, reproductive medium, such as photography.
I also mean that every specific view ever held about such a perennial subject can be revived at any time, either by a deliberate recovery or through an accidental reduplication
The anatomy of a human foot with missing toes and reduplication
of the hallux.
Corpus-based approaches and discourse analysis in relation to reduplication
A partir de l'enonce "mes amis mes amis", qui signale a la fois un noyau textuel generatif et une reduplication
de langage, le trait dominant du passage est celui de parataxe.
1) The "Viewer" prompts employ consistency in patient care management by preventing reduplication
and redundancy in ordering tests and medications, as well as providing less chance of medical errors for the veterans.
For example, the intensive derivation of yesil, which is formed by a reduplication
of the first syllable, is yapyesil 'very green' (UTIL 6: 405) in Uyghur, that is, under the process of derivation the original form yasil is taken as the basis.
25) In any case, the reduplication
Doran now proposes would imply that in specifically religious consciousness two distinct acts occur: an act of supernatural judging that proceeds from unrestricted love, and an act of supernatural deciding that proceeds from both acts.