In Search of Universals
Various claims from the previous literature about the way in which evaluative morphology (particularly diminutives and augmentatives) operates are tested on a large sample of languages. Evaluative morphology is seen as being less morphologically marginal than has been implied in some of the recent literature, but nevertheless as showing some interesting cross-linguistic tendencies.
Published online: 01 January 1997
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