Morphology and Meaning

Selected papers from the 15th International Morphology Meeting, Vienna, February 2012

Editors
| WU Vienna
| WU Vienna
| University of Vienna
| University of Vienna
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The problem of form and meaning in morphology has produced an impressive amount of scholarly work over the last hundred years. Nevertheless, many issues continue to be in need of clarification. The present volume assembles 18 selected papers from the 15th International Morphology Meeting (Vienna, 9–12 February 2012) relating to this vast field of research. The introduction provides a detailed overview of the state of the art in the field. It is followed by three articles derived from the plenaries that are dedicated to fundamental issues such as the relationship between morphological meaning and concepts, between word formation and meaning change, as well as indirect coding. The section papers tackle a wide array of issues, including affixal polysemy, pathways of grammaticalization, the processing of compounds, mismatches between form and meaning, synonymy avoidance, or the semantics of specific patterns of noun incorporation, compounding, reduplication and mimetic verbs.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 327]  2014.  viii, 350 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editors’ introduction
Morphology and meaning: An overview
Franz Rainer, Wolfgang U. Dressler, Francesco Gardani and Hans Christian Luschützky
3–46
Plenary papers
Roots, concepts, and word structure: On the atoms of lexical semantics
Paolo Acquaviva
49–70
Between word formation and meaning change
Peter Koch †
71–96
Indirect coding
Christian Lehmann
97–124
Section papers
Diachrony and the polysemy of derivational affixes
Giorgio Francesco Arcodia
127–140
Possessive compounds in Slavic and the Principle of Integrated Meronymy
Iveta Chovanová and Pavel Štichauer
141–152
Relation diversity and ease of processing for opaque and transparent English compounds
Christina L. Gagné and Thomas L. Spalding
153–162
Inflection vs. derivation: The function and meaning of the Mordvin abessive
Arja Hamari
163–176
Discrepancy between form and meaning 
in word-formation: The case of over- and under-marking in French
Nabil Hathout and Fiammetta Namer
177–190
Compounds vs. phrases: The cognitive status of morphological products
Sven Kotowski, Katja Böer and Holden Härtl
191–204
Semantic transparency, compounding, and the nature of independent variables
Gary Libben and Silke Weber
205–222
The layering of form and meaning in creole word-formation: A view from construction morphology
Ana R. Luís
223–238
Semantic headedness and categorization of -cum- compounds
Ramón Martí Solano
239–248
German plural doublets with and without meaning differentiation
Karlheinz Mörth and Wolfgang U. Dressler
249–258
On the form and meaning of double 
noun incorporation
Alessio Muro
259–274
Tuning morphosemantic transparency 
by shortening: A cross-linguistic perspective
Elke Ronneberger-Sibold
275–288
Root transparency and the morphology-meaning interface: Data from Hebrew
Batia Seroussi
289–302
Mimetic verbs and meaning
Natsuko Tsujimura
303–314
Mismatch verbs: A unified account of unaccusatives and deponents
Philipp Weisser
315–330
The canonical function of the deponent 
verbs in modern Greek
Katerina Zombolou and Artemis Alexiadou
331–344
Language index
345–346
Subject index
347–350
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2013037576