agglutinative


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forming derivative or compound words by putting together constituents each of which expresses a single definite meaning

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united as if by glue

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In other words, we are looking at a language that is both agglutinative and ergative--something of a rarity even now--and all the more so in the 1940s (before the contemporary achievements of R.
Besides, Korean word-of-mouth data has seldom been examined in sentiment analysis because Korean is an agglutinative language, which makes it difficult to analyze morphemes within corpora [10].
'' Hamad made me a proposal to join Qatar Museums Authority but I refused though the offer was extremely agglutinative'' Hosny said.
In other words, the goal is to investigate how this word--formation process is related to the lexicalization of experiences from different domains via the same root (mappings from the domain of taste to other experiential domains), and what the differences and similarities are with Turkish as an agglutinative language, in which suffixation is a dominant word--formation process.
related process of cloning follows an agglutinative pattern of exact
It is interesting to note that the L2 varieties with the highest incidence of adverbial markers, namely HKE and SinE, are precisely those which have typologically isolating or agglutinative languages as the substratum.
Thus, they tend to have moderately synthetic and agglutinative word formation, well developed case-marking patterns (including nominative-accusative, ergative-absolutive and split systems, as well as non-paradigmatic, pragmatically-based patterns), they are more likely to have inflectional morphology, and they may additionally exhibit a variety of head marking configurations (such as indexical nominative-accusative, inverse and hierarchical marking patterns).
More or less near to the opposite pole we find what are traditionally called fusional, agglutinative and polysynthetic types: all of them make use of concatenative strategies, more or less extensive and extendable; from the theoretically endless composition of the German type (Rheindampfschiffahrt...) to the Turkish inflection extremely rich in morphemes and finally to the polysynthetic type.
She believes "translations from English into Hungarian would be expected to result in implicitation" because the latter is agglutinative and "uses fewer words for the same meaning in [...] English" (Papai, 2004, p.
He was particularly fond of the final line: "Can you imagine" he wrote "what it must be like to be a Finn - or anyone who speaks a highly inflected or agglutinative language - and have little or no sense of the potency of the monosyllable?" I have to confess I could not.
These graphics used worldwide are the systems developed for the English language grammar structure and studies on the adaptation and usability of these systems brought no significant results when considering the agglutinative structure of the Turkish Language.
Suffixation is a widely used word formation in Old Turkic as well as in modern Turkic languages as agglutinative languages.
Indian languages are agglutinative in nature the reason being more number of inflectional words.