Diminutive suffix

3. The diminutive suffix dool in placenames of central north NSW

3. The diminutive suffix -dool in placenames of central north NSW 43 A few of the placenames in Table 3 might have been copied from an original place the northern NSW cluster, notably the homesteads Burrandool and Yarraldool.

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The conceptual category of the diminutive in English and …

intensely used diminutive suffixes in English, Romanian and Spanish, and their status nowadays, their semantic values and functions in a given discourse. It can be remarked that the choice of a certain diminutive suffix is made intuitively, a strong point of reference of this article consists in whether there is a semantic or

November 15th,2019

3. The diminutive suffix dool in placenames of central north NSW

3. The diminutive suffix -dool in placenames of central north NSW 43 A few of the placenames in Table 3 might have been copied from an original place the northern NSW cluster, notably the homesteads Burrandool and Yarraldool.

November 15th,2019

Diminutives as Intimacy Expressions in English and Armenian

Armenian Folia Anglistika Linguistics 80 standard shortened and truncated form, since the form has lost the last few sounds of the name, while the diminutive suffix –ie creates the diminutive form Sammie. A girl or woman called Christine would skip Chris and be more likely to be called Chrissy or Christy while a man named Christopher would be called Chris (Bonvillain 2003:82).

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Lameli: The replacement of diminutive suffixes in the New High …

effort of the diminutive suffix. Finally, information regarding the writers’ origins is used to map the areal distribution of diminutive forms over time. The maps illustrate the importance of geography as a factor, particularly in the initial phase of the replacement; however, it seems to be without any impact by the end of the 19th century ...

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SCHWA INSERTION IN DIMINUTIVES OF BEIJING CHINESE: AN …

SCHWA INSERTION IN DIMINUTIVES OF BEIJING CHINESE: AN AP ANALYSIS* Jianxun Liu University of Victoria 1. Introduction In Beijing Chinese (henceforth, BC), the basic pattern of constructing diminutives is to add the diminutive suffix /ɹ/1 to the end of the stems, as illustrated in (1).