Lexical flexibility in Oceanic languages

Special issue of Studies in Language 41:2 (2017)

Editor
| University of Amsterdam
[Studies in Language, 41:2]  2017.  v, 302 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: Lexical flexibility in Oceanic languages
Eva van Lier
241–254
Articles
Teop – an Oceanic language with multifunctional verbs, nouns and adjectives
Ulrike Mosel
255–293
The economy of word classes in Hiw, Vanuatu: Grammatically flexible, lexically rigid
Alexandre François
294–357
Roots and stems in Amis and Nêlêmwa (Austronesian): Lexical categories and functional flexibility
Isabelle Bril
358–407
Categorial flexibility as an artefact of the analysis: Pronouns, articles and the DP in Hoava and Standard Fijian
Bill Palmer
408–444
Word classes and the scope of lexical flexibility in Tongan
Svenja Völkel
445–495
Lexical and grammatical flexibility in Toqabaqita: Workshop on Lexical Flexibility in Oceanic Languages, 23–24 October 2014
Frank Lichtenberk
496–501
Dozing eyes and drunken faces: Nominalized psycho-collocations in Daakaka (Vanuatu)
Kilu von Prince
502–520
Describing lexical flexibility in Caac (New Caledonia)
Aurelie Cauchard
521–542
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General