crosslinguistic love

crosslinguistic

Definitions

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  • adjective Spanning several languages.

Etymologies

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cross- +‎ linguistic

Examples

  • So the subjective simply doesn't become perfective wholesale and there's no need for me to worry about the crosslinguistic tendency I mentioned above which refers more to developments as a whole, not in part.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Your only concern here should be to refute the crosslinguistic patterns I've already cited and to refute the alternative "definiteness-based" solution I've given that by all appearances is the more economical solution by far to explain the marked nominative case.

    Nipping the PIE ergative *-s theory right in the bud

  • So the subjective simply doesn't become perfective wholesale and there's no need for me to worry about the crosslinguistic tendency I mentioned above which refers more to developments as a whole, not in part.

    New thought: A 2D matrix of eventive/non-eventive and subjective/objective

  • The main point of my post here is simply to suggest that giving PIE *d the phonetic value of creaky voice /d̰/ is a worthy compromise to both the Traditional Theory's "plain" *d which violates crosslinguistic typology and Glottalic Theory's "ejective" *t' which fails to explain the reflexes plausibly.

    Winter's Law in Balto-Slavic, "Hybrid Theory" and phonation - Part 2

  • In fact, it says so on their website in fine print see here with the query '389': "However, crosslinguistic frequency need not perforce translate into an implication."

    Rhaetic inscriptions Schum PU 1 and Schum CE 1

  • This assertion fits well with crosslinguistic patterns and it helps to connect Etruscan's phonology with the areal convergeance described for the general area of Anatolia during the early second millenium BCE.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • This assertion fits well with crosslinguistic patterns and it helps to connect Etruscan's phonology with the areal convergeance described for the general area of Anatolia during the early second millenium BCE.

    Bronze Age Areal influence in Anatolia and Etruscan

  • Now, there is no longer the burden of proof to show that the Semitic triliteral *ḫdy was used for drunkenness, although I've already shown the simple crosslinguistic relationship between the semantics of inebriation and elation.

    Enticed by a drunken thought

  • Their interests and their linguistic theories ranged far beyond mere taxonomy to such areas as linguistic universals, the relation between language and culture, dialectal variation, crosslinguistic interference, ritual language, poetics, and much much more.

    Deep Language

  • Although our project is informed specifically by the research goals of generative grammar, it is our intention to make the data we collect as accessible as possible to any linguist with an interest in these languages or more general issues in crosslinguistic comparison.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

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