Prosodic alternations in Modern Hebrew segolates

Translated title of the contribution: Studies in Modern Hebrew and Jewish languages

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Abstract

The inflectional paradigms of Modern Hebrew segolates exhibit three surfac stems, CVCVC, CCVC-, and CVCC, as in dégel 'flag', dgal-ím 'flags' and digl-í 'my flag' respectively. CVCVC appears in isolation (in the singular and the singular construct), while CVCC-, and CCVC- are bound stems appearing with suffixes.
Translated title of the contributionStudies in Modern Hebrew and Jewish languages
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationמחקרים בעברית החדשה ובלשונות היהודים (קובץ בעריכת מלכה מוצ'ניק וצבי סדן)
Place of Publicationירושלים
Publisherכרמל
Pages114-129
Number of pages16
ISBN (Print)9789655402803
StatePublished - 2012

IHP Publications

  • ihp
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Inflection
  • Hebrew language -- Morphology
  • Hebrew language -- Word formation
  • Hebrew language, Modern
  • Language and languages -- Variation
  • הגוון לשוני
  • מורפולוגיה עברית
  • משקלים (דקדוק)
  • נטייה (דקדוק)
  • שפה עברית -- תקופה מודרנית

RAMBI Publications

  • rambi
  • Hebrew language -- Morphology
  • Hebrew language, Modern

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