Introduction published in:Lexical flexibility in Oceanic languages
Edited by Eva van Lier
[Studies in Language 41:2] 2017
► pp. 241–254
Lexical flexibility in Oceanic languages
- 2.Lexical flexibility: General terminological and theoretical issues
- 2.1Definitions – categorial flexibility and multifunctionality
- 2.2Lexical flexibility and cross-linguistic comparison
- 2.3The semantics of lexical flexibility: Compositionality and other criteria
- 2.4Flexibility of function words
- 3.Lexical flexibility in Oceanic languages
- Overview of contributions
Published online: 05 October 2017
Ansaldo, Umberto, Jan Don & Roland Pfau
2017 Lexical and syntactic categories in Nêlêmwa (New Caledonia) and some other Austronesian languages: fluid vs. rigid categoriality. In Vapnarsky, Valentina & Edy Valenziano (eds.), Lexical poly-categoriality: cross-linguistics, cross-theoretical and language acquisition approaches, 343–397. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Croft, William & Eva van Lier
Don, Jan & Eva van Lier
Evans, Nicholas & Toshiki Osada
Evans, Nicholas & Stephen Levinson
1998 Symmetrical voice systems and precategoriality in Philippine languages. Paper read at the 3rd LFG conference. Brisbane (Australia), 20 June – 3 July 1998.
2014 Drift and contact in the categorization of word classes in Oceanic languages. Paper read at Workshop on Lexical flexibility in Oceanic languages, Amsterdam, October 2014.
Franchetto, Bruna & Mara Santos
Halle, M. & Alec Marantz
Hengeveld, Kees & Jan Rijkhoff
Lewis, M. Paul, Gary F. Simons, and Charles D. Fennig
(eds.) 2014 Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Seventeenth edition. Dallas, Texas: SIL International. http://www.ethnologue.com (Accessed on 2015-02-16).
Lois, Ximena, Valentina Vapnarsky, Cédric Becquey & Aurore Monod Becquelin
Merlan, Francesca & Allan Rumsey
Rijkhoff, Jan & Eva van Lier
forthcoming. The typology of property words in Oceanic languages. Linguistics 2017.
Van Lier, Eva & Jan Rijkhoff
Cited by 2 other publications
van Lier, Eva & Marlou van Rijn
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