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[[description::This category contains pages representing morphemes of any language.]]
 
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For an overview of Raetic morphology, see [[index::The Raetic language]]. Note that the names of the morpheme pages are semi-historical, partly reflecting a more systematic pre-apocope state as reconstructed by Rix ({{bib|Rix 1985}}: 123 ff.) rather than the actually attested forms. This is done to avoid confusion arising from variants (dialectal and chronological), to provide unambiguous references for problematic cases, and to enable the clear distinction between historical morphemes of equal form.
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Latest revision as of 17:52, 11 February 2017

This category contains pages representing morphemes of any language.

For an overview of Raetic morphology, see The Raetic language. Note that the names of the morpheme pages are semi-historical, partly reflecting a more systematic pre-apocope state as reconstructed by Rix (Rix 1985: 123 ff.) rather than the actually attested forms. This is done to avoid confusion arising from variants (dialectal and chronological), to provide unambiguous references for problematic cases, and to enable the clear distinction between historical morphemes of equal form.

At the moment there are 11 morphemes included in the Thesaurus Inscriptionum Raeticarum:

 

MorphemeTypeMeaningFunctionLanguage
inflectionalcasus rectusRaetic
Etruscan
-keinflectionalpreterite activeRaetic
Etruscan
-l(a)inflectional'of/for'genitiveRaetic
Etruscan
-leinflectionalpertinentiveRaetic
Etruscan
-naderivationalRaetic
-nuderivationalRaetic
-r(a)inflectionalpluralRaetic
Etruscan
-sinflectionalablativeRaetic
Etruscan
-s(i)inflectional'of/for'genitiveRaetic
Etruscan
-siinflectionalpertinentiveRaetic
Etruscan
-uderivationalverbal nounRaetic
Etruscan

Pages in category "Morpheme"

The following 11 pages are in this category, out of 11 total.