Seinsverben aus jungerer Zeit finden wir auch in einigen romanischen Sprachen, in denen das lateinische Seinsverb esse und stare 'stehen' mehr oder weniger miteinander verschmolzen sind, z.
Koshiishi (2010: 1) defines a collateral adjective as a "Latinate suppletive
relational adjective" (where Latinate is intended to include Greek-derived).
Like in English, NEAR in Dutch occupies a position between IN, ON and UNDER, BEHIND, FRONT, OVER: it shares the suppletive
ROUTE encodings with the first group and the SOURCE and GOAL encodings with the second group.
Que les gouvernements en soient donc bien persuades: plus parfaitement sera realise l'ordre hierarchique des divers groupements selon ce principe de la fonction suppletive
de toute collectivite, plus grandes seront l'autorite et la puissance sociale, plus heureuse et plus prospere l'Etat des affaires publiques (44).
L'absence de common law federale laisse le champ libre a l'application suppletive
du droit prive provincial, qui fournira les ressources conceptuelles necessaires a l'interpretation.
In the inflectional paradigms of pronouns and "pro-adverbs" that historically go back to deictic elements, suppletive
stem alternations are commonly encountered, cf.
In other words, as in Zeno's paradox, singularities in flight should theoretically slow their gambit to the freezing point of self-identity, but (following the rule of hysteresis) they forever fall short of arrival: "The adjunct limbs jostle to each other suppletive
metric fluctuation closer to self-same but never quite, word for word parlance in the milk-run acronyms of this day.
Similarly, for Evans (2001:222) a periphrastic construction is either suppletive
or 'more or less equivalent to an existing synthetic form.
The stem of the imperfective form is the G-stem active participle bayi in the third person forms (singular and plural) and the suppletive
form abi in all other forms.
Dixon 1994 for the protoroles S and O) and come in three varieties: (i) as a generic incorporated noun (mainly in North American Indian and North Australian languages, see Mithun 1984: her Type 4; Evans 1996; Sands 1995), (ii) as verbal affix providing information about the animacy or shape of a nominal argument (in North American Indian and in Papuan languages, see Seiler 1985: 120-125), and (iii) as suppletive
verbal stem (in North American and Tibeto-Burman languages, see Carter 1976; LaPolla 1994).
As a suppletive
comparative with very high overall frequency, it might have easily undergone the loss of morphosyntactic transparency (cf.
Finalement, l'affirmation du role residuel de la common law comme source suppletive
dans le Systeme de droit du Quebec est l'element decisif qui etaie l'absence de revirement jurisprudentiel.