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“As for Minoan, I am getting a feeling (after analysing the word-formation in geographically close Anatolian languages) that the (likely heavily derived) phrase (J)A-SA-SA-RA-ME might hide the word 'god', 'divinity' in its first part:”
“The prostitutka side of the story is irrelevant to the child's word-formation sense specifically.”
“There were also certain irregularities in word-formation arising out of the need for rapid and easy speech.”
“It might be an interesting concept, Dave, but it's an horrendous word-formation.”
“The words in this book may be new, but the processes of word-formation that they use are not.”
“English is one of those languages where conversion is used as a major source of word-formation.”
“There has been a tendency to investigate lexical change by reference to new word-formation only.”
“But such a word-formation has no analogy in the Hebrew language.”
“These verbs are a particular variety of one of my favorite word-formation processes, backformation.”
“Page 663, Volume 2 tent pattern of word-formation in the language.”
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