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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The system comprised of 843 words and 7 types of affixes, and allows writing sentences with graphic symbols in conformity with agglutinative structure of the Turkish language.
The agglutinative suffixes are what can really get English-speaking foreigners down.
Like all Turkic languages, Sakha is an agglutinative language and employs vowel harmony.
Muller makes the point that the Turanians spoke an agglutinative language and that the Northern division of the Turanian family was also called Ural-Altaic or Ugro-Tataric, ancestor of later languages like Finnish and Hungarian.
1) the superiority claimed by certain researchers for the languages of Europe, which are extremely developed as flexional system, against the "cumbersome," unmanageably difficult systems of agglutinative or polysynthetic languages of northern Asia and of America (Georg von der Gabelentz, 1891; cf.
Korean is an agglutinative language where a (dative) case is assigned by adding the postpositional -cwe morpheme.
At present, there are several databases for computing most relevant psycholinguistic statistics in alphabetic and non agglutinative languages (for English, see Davis, 2005; for Spanish, see Davis & Perea, 2005).
Perhaps a broader reading would see this as a subtle allusion to the non-normativity of the world we have entered--the metrics, the agglutinative structure which governs this verbally-constructed world--are different.
As noted, Finnish is an agglutinative language with complex words in which morphemes are strung together, each with a single grammatic or semantic meaning.
The agglutinative Finno-Ugric and Ural-Altaic languages routinely form words by sticking pieces together.
The finite state [13] and two-level morphology [14] approach has been used successfully in a broad number of NLP applications both non-concatenated language like Arabic [15] and agglutinative languages.
Rather, in Sunderland's elegant description, medieval texts are "the agglutinative substrates of series of successive continuations and reworkings" (1).
In time of existential trouble as in the late 1960s and early 1970s Oswald plays a more agglutinative role, finding a climate wherein to survive culturally.