affixation


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Synonyms for affixation

the result of adding an affix to a root word

formation of a word by means of an affix

the act of attaching or affixing something

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1897) (adopting the affixation rule within American courts); M'Andrew v.
This study determines the pattern of English (primary) word stress in Bi-syllabic and Tri-syllabic suffixed words and their roots by Pashto speakers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan and the effect of such affixation on stress placements.
This assumes that all languages have segmentable morphemes as their smallest meaningful unit, as such have affixation as the only morphological process while taking other processes like reduplication as special affixation.
Digital-era fingerprints should also be considered for affixation to important confidential information.
2002), and we entertain a dualmechanism model to account for the patterns observed in the acquisition of early verb forms in Spanish; specifically, we expect to find evidence of a regular/irregular asymmetry with respect to both stem formation and inflectional affixation.
In the other proposal, defended by Hoche (2009), among others, cognate objects also embrace those noun phrases that are related to the verb by means of any other morphological process, such as, for instance, affixation or derivation:
The Ombudsman debunked their claim of good faith and presumption of regularity in the performance of their duties and ruled that "the act of certification or release of funds, approval and the affixation of signature in the disbursement vouchers, obligation slip and checks are neither mere formalities nor ministerial functions but involve the exercise of sound discretion that must be diligently performed as these are imbued with public interest.
which in turn requires hairpin for affixation and keeping the scarf in place.
The typological differences between English and Italian in terms of conceptual and morphosyntactic structures also emerge in word-formation, where English privileges compounding and Italian affixation (Pierini, 2012, pp.
As a matter of fact, a significant amount of research has also shown that affixation is indeed a challenging task even for native speakers.
The analysis distinguishes the affixes presented in Figures 1, 2 and 3, which are based on the description of Old English affixation made by Jember et al.
Zamir Akram said Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems pose a fundamental challenge to the protection of civilians and the notion of affixation of responsibility and transparency.
1977g Results of preliminary studies in verbal affixation in Labuk Kadazan.
As product developers are increasingly using toppings to differentiate their products, minimizing the waste of these components through increased affixation and higher deposition rates are critical parameters for commercial success.
These include affixation (prefixes and suffixes), compounding, blending, conversion, modification, and shortening of the base (backformation and truncations) (see Plag 2003).