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any of several different crystalline forms of the same chemical compound

a variant phonological representation of a morpheme

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In addition to this, there are allomorphic variations affecting some of the classes, but which are not specifically relevant to the present analysis.
Regardless of the exact historical scenario (see Liljegren 2009, 50 for an alternative explanation), the allomorphic alternation in today's Kalkoti is reflecting an earlier but in the aforementioned apocope process eroded final gender/number suffix.
allomorphic variation in nominal-type word stems and declensions; linear ordering and co-occurrence of affixes (p.
The striking phylogenetic differentiation of Drymonema from Cyaneidae emphasizes the allomorphic differentiation of these taxa.
These words cannot derive < OIA *sitta- 'whistle' (13427) but require an allomorphic protoform *suti- 'whistle'.
Once the morphological segmentation is available, the generation of lemmata can be achieved by appending the canonical inflectional suffix to the identified base, and potentially applying the necessary allomorphic change to the root.
as essentially phonological in character--comes from cases in which vowel lengthening and CV (or VC) reduplication are contextually determined allomorphic alternatives.
Here red is associated only with the parodic succor of the rodeo clowns who pull the bulls off the riders, a violence duplicated by the allomorphic transition from the Del Mars' clanking bedstead to the gate of the bull chute.
In Old Maithili, the converbal affix was invariably -i (or, its allomorphic variants -ia/-ia).
The study attempts to identify Bello's conception of word structure as it relates to the "parts of speech", form derivation, allomorphic variation, and the Latinate grammatical tradition.
147) She bases this division on the presence or absence of allomorphic variation of noun stems as well as on the form of the inflectional endings.
Towards the end of the Old English period, the language was characterized by large-scale allomorphic variation, with most of these alternations being unpredictable.
4) The allomorphic variation ty- ~ t- is phonologically conditioned: ty- is found before /a, o, u, h <j>/, t- is found before /i, e, all other C/.
In Yucatec, however, four classes of intransitive stems are distinguished by patterns of allomorphic variation in status inflection: "active", "inactive", "inchoative", and "dispositional" stems.
the allomorphic variation of -ki- and -pi- in the echo-words and the variation of -ki- and -pi- in the plural action verb).