Reflexive paradigms in Khaling
Khaling, like other Kiranti languages, has a Reflexive / Middle suﬃx-si, the main function of which is to reduce the valence of verbs. The present paper describes the complex morphological alternations observed in the reflexive paradigms, and provides a detailed account of the various meanings of the -si derivation in Khaling.
Keywords: anti-causative, autobenefactive, reflexive, middle, Khaling, Kiranti, reciprocal, antipassive
Published online: 08 July 2016
2013 Derivational morphology in Khaling. Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics 8: 78–85.
Jacques, Guillaume, Lahaussois, Aimée, Michailovsky, Boyd & Rai, Dhan Bahadur
LaPolla, Randy & Jiangling Yang
Nedjalkov, Vladimir P.
Say, Sergey S.
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