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  • 17:36, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+111). . N User:Corinna Handschuh(New page: '''Corinna Handschuh''' Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig) (current)
  • 16:43, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+2,532). . N Morphologization(New page: '''Morphologization''' is the process by which linguistic structures which previously belonged to a different domain of grammar become part of the morphological system of a language. In m...)
  • 16:42, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,231). . N Syntacticization(New page: '''Syntactization''' is the process by which pragmatic principles are turned into grammatical/syntactic structures. Givón (1979: 208) distinguishes between the following four types of sy...)
  • 16:40, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+813). . N Cryptanalysis(New page: In '''cryptanalysis''', a meaning which is already encoded in a form/construction is encoded again, because the original encoding of the meaning is opaque for the listener and/or speaker. ...)
  • 16:40, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+720). . N Hypoanalysis(New page: '''Hypoanalysis''' is a mechanism through which a linguistic unit gains new meaning or function. It takes place in a situation where the hearers interpret some meaning or function which is...)
  • 16:39, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+694). . N Hyperanalysis(New page: Through '''hyperanalysis''', a linguistic unit loses a part or all of its meaning or function. This process takes place in a situation where the hearers interpret some inherent semanti...)
  • 16:38, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,968). . N Grammatikalisierungskanal(New page: Ein '''Grammatikalisierungskanal''' beschreibt den abstrakten Weg, den eine Form/Konstruktion beim Wandel von Lexem (Inhaltswort) zu Grammem (Funktionswort/Funktionsaffix), im Zuge...)
  • 16:36, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,020). . N Resumptive pronoun(New page: A '''resumptive pronoun''' is a pronoun that refers back to a previously realized item within the same syntactic structure. Resumptive pronouns are often found in relative clauses, wh...)
  • 16:34, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,642). . N Metanalysis(New page: '''Metanalysis''' is the reinterpretation of the relation between form and function within an utterance. This is the case when the meaning which was originally associated with a specif...)
  • 16:33, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,619). . N Impersonal construction(New page: An '''impersonal construction''' is a clausal construction in which no subject is realized. ===Examples=== The following examples are impersonal constructions from German: {| |...)
  • 16:31, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,589). . N Grammaticalization path(New page: A '''grammaticalization path''' is the pathway a form or construction takes during grammaticalization. The change from a lexical item to a grammatical form does not take place in o...)
  • 16:29, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,423). . N Cognate(New page: A '''cognate''' is a form in a language which corresponds to a form in another language (or a different variety of the same language, or even to a different form within the same language/v...)
  • 16:28, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+4,528). . N Typological consistency(New page: The theory of '''typological consistency''' states that languages can be classified as belonging to a certain type to which they ideally conform in all domains of their morpho-syntax. Ty...)
  • 16:26, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+2,878). . N Radical reanalysis(New page: '''Radical reanalysis''' is the reinterpretation of a linguistic unit as belonging to a new grammatical category not present in the respective grammar before. A radical reanal...)
  • 16:25, 29 October 2007 (diff | hist) . . (+1,291). . N Normal transmission(New page: '''Normal transmission''' is the non-interrupted transmission of a language from one generation of speakers to the next one. In normal transmission the language is passed on to the child g...)