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reduplicate

(of petals or sepals) having the margins curving outwards
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This assumes that all languages have segmentable morphemes as their smallest meaningful unit, as such have affixation as the only morphological process while taking other processes like reduplication as special affixation.
When the experimental group students' texts were examined in terms of constructing additive and subordinating sentences, and using determiners, reduplications, metaphors and adjectives, there was a considerable level of positive development.
Identification of reduplication has already been carried out using the clues of Bengali morphological patterns [11].
Sharon Inkelas argues that the fundamental typological distinction pertaining to reduplication is that between phonological duplication and morphological doubling.
1999, Double Reduplications in Parallel.--The ProsodyMorphology Interface, Cambridge, 390--428.
He also references Kierkegaard's "divine governance" (pp.44-45), or the generative authority (imagination) of authorship and their dialectical reduplications of truth that should be read while practicing teleological suspensions.
Les valeurs autoreferentielles generees par ce personnage sont etoffees au moyen de la profusion de reduplications que met en place sa presence.
That's also why I bar particle verbs, such as HOLDUP UPHOLD, OUTTAKE TAKEOUT, and SETUP UPSET, and reduplications and other double-identity words, such as BONBON, DODO, HOTSHOTS, MEME, MURMUR, MUUMUU, and TESTES.
The base(s) of Salish double reduplications. Paper presented at the Linguistic Society of America annual meeting.
Reduplication of letters is fairly common, as in 7:21 GLLTA (see above).(9) Another group of typical reduplications is the intrusion of an /M/ before final /H/, these two letters being graphically very similar: 10:35 LBBMH = dl `heart', for Aramaic lb or lbh; 10:33 GBMH = pwst `back', for Aramaic gb or gbh.
Whether you call them repeaters, double-ups, reduplications, or technically, tautonyms, words like FROUFROU, HINAHINA and GUITGUIT are fascinating.