Okolo and Ezikeojiaku (1999) group this and clipping as a form of word formation under reduplication
. They see it as the opposite of derivation and compounding as words undergo deaffixation.
: the Australian language, Yidin: 'initiated man' = 'mulari'; 'initiated men' = 'mula-mula.ri' (Kager, 196).
As is seen in Table 5, the results showed that there was a significant difference between the experimental and control groups in the whole Description Skill Scoring Rubric as well as the concretization, reduplication
, simile and adjective criteria.
Identification of Reduplication
in Bengali Corpus and their Semantic Analysis: A Rule Based Approach.
of the intensifier muy is normally used as a device to express extreme degree in StSp (Roca & Suner 1998) (cf.
There is marked, diffuse thickening of the glomerular capillary walls with reduplication
of the basal lamina (mesangial interposition), which can lead to narrowing of the capillary lumens (Figures 3 and 4).
More importantly, Effer (1884:196) considers the instances where there is no consonant reduplication
after a short vowel as lengthened forms, either due to Hornorganic Cluster Lengthening (HCL) or Open Syllable Lengthening (OSL).
Robert Frayly believes that biotechnology will make possible the reduplication
if the corn, cotton and soybeans crop from Monsanto up to 2030.
The software giant claims Simpana 'transcends traditional backup' with functions such as backup and recovery, reduplication
, replication, virtualisation, cloud, archive, indexing and search.
As for the morphological structure of such items, a range of possibilities appears to be viable: for instance, gabsie (= talkative person) joins a noun (gab) and a diminutive suffix with an epenthetic consonant, thus producing an almost iconic new item; grippie (= avaricious) exploits the same strategy, though the reduplication
Specifically, it identifies some superstrate and substrate influences on Nigerian Pidgin, as well as instances of reduplication
, compounding and clipping in Nigerian Pidgin.