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Stela Manova

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780190210434

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190210434.001.0001

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Suffix Sets in Polish De-Nominal DerivativesIwona Burkacka

Suffix Sets in Polish De-Nominal DerivativesIwona Burkacka

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(p.233) 10 Suffix Sets in Polish De-Nominal DerivativesIwona Burkacka
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Affix Ordering Across Languages and Frameworks
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Iwona Burkacka

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190210434.003.0010

This chapter discusses suffix sequences in contemporary Polish denominal formations. The analysis is semantically oriented and based on the data and methodology of the Słownik gniazd słowotwórczych współczesnego języka ogólnopolskiego (SGS), edited by Jadacka et al. (2001) and Skarżyński et al. (2004). It is shown that suffix sequences tend to be short: 77.9% of the analyzed sets are combinations of two suffixes, 20.8% are of three suffixes, and only 1.3% of the data considered are sequences of four or five suffixes. Moreover, suffix sequences tend to be homogenous; that is, addition of suffixes is seldom interrupted by other derivation techniques.

Keywords:   suffix sets, suffix combinations, combinability of suffixes, morphotactics, word formation, Polish

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