Compare the enclitic
'r form of the definite article.
Shirley was reluctant to disrupt iambic rhythm with enclitic
syncopations, like Shakespeare 25 years previously.
postulated morpheme # word boundary = enclitic
boundary - polysyllabic suffix boundary (independent prosodic word) + monosyllabic suffix boundary (part of preceding prosodic word) .
These data show that a speaker can map two different prosodic structures (stress retained on the imperative verb even when enclitic
pronouns are added (a), and stress on the final clitic pronoun (b)) onto the same non-Italian syntactic structure (imperative verb + accusative clitic + dative clitic).
possessives in Lecce and surrounding towns.
Light plays a role: brush away the soil, the enclitic
grammar of the flesh.
Taiwanese accomplishes a similar feat by manipulating the enclitic
-n, which indicates plural pronouns.
Derrida, Jacques (1978), "The Retrait of Metaphor", Enclitic
The examples below show first person singular enclitic
=nash, as intransitive subject in example (1), transitive subject in example (2), and object in example (3).
The carpenters were technicians who devoted themselves to the minutiae of scholarship, such as Robert Brownings hero in "A Grammarians Funeral," who formulated the syntactical "doctrine of the enclitic
Polar interrogation is expressed by the 2nd position enclitic
-a (with a slightly different meaning and distribution also -go, -son, or -sat), and in neutral-scope questions the finite verb occurs in the first position (see Moshnikoff, Moshnikoff, Koponen 2009 : 154--155).
Derrida, Jacques (1978), "The Retrait of Metaphor," Enclitic