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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reduplicate.

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  • This category denoted states where the subject was affected passives, but also often verbs of emotion and of thought which are clearly subjective, as well as what would later be termed reduplicated perfects.

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

  • This category denoted states where the subject was affected passives, but also often verbs of emotion and of thought which are clearly subjective, as well as what would later be termed reduplicated perfects.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • We may then simply reconstruct an MIE pattern *Ca-CáC- as the antecedent to the later so-called reduplicated perfect of the form *Ce-CoC-. in much the same way as MIE *pad̰ása becomes eLIE *ped̰ás and later *pedós.

    Rethinking the reduplicated perfect in Indo-European

  • We may then simply reconstruct an MIE pattern *Ca-CáC- as the antecedent to the later so-called reduplicated perfect of the form *Ce-CoC-. in much the same way as MIE *pad̰ása becomes eLIE *ped̰ás and later *pedós.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • (Instead, it mostly reduplicated the DNC's efforts, since it wasn't legally allowed to coordinate activities.)

    New Conservative Groups Focus on Messaging, but What Message?

  • The computers would begin their reduplicated analyses and fuzzy predictions of what was happening, what might happen, what would happen during the fold itself.

    Pathfinder

  • Concerning typical PIE reduplication now, one would expect that *h₃elh₁- is properly reduplicated as *h₃e-h₃elh₁- whereas **h₃elh₁-h₃elh₁- would break the general rules, although full reduplication might seem to some more aesthetic than the characteristic partial kind.

    The hidden face

  • In fact, any word with a reduplicated Sieb's-Law-governed stem indicates that Siebs' Law in fact has nothing to do with word-initial position.

    PIE "look-alike stems" - Evidence of something or a red herring?

  • Since 'to know' is not an action and since reduplication expresses a resultant state from an *action* as outlined above, naturally there can be no reduplicated forms possible for these stative verbs.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • The development of reduplicated perfects with built in punctual meaning directly out of a "stative" requires the brunt of explanation.

    Archive 2009-09-01

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