Classifiers with number morphology

Classifiers are analyzed as a sophisticated kind of singular number morphology. Classifier languages have genuine plural markers (Chung 2000). Importantly, I consider general number, which is associated with number-neutral properties, as a universally available basic number category, along with

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  • Number in Classifier Languages
    Number in Classifier Languages

    differing in the presence/absence of number morphology: GN+ and GN. Languages such as Brazilian Portuguese and Singlish indeed have two number-neutral forms, one with a plural marker and the other without. While classifier languages distinguish all basic number categoires, non-classifier languages conflate one or more of them morphologically

  • Classifiers in Morphology | Request PDF
    Classifiers in Morphology | Request PDF

    Request PDF | On Jun 28, 2021, Marcin Kilarski and others published Classifiers in Morphology | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate

  • (PDF) The morphology of numerals and classifiers in Japhug
    (PDF) The morphology of numerals and classifiers in Japhug

    We saw that in Japhug two roots are used to express ‘one hundred’, ɣurʑa and the classifier –ri ‘one hundred’. The former appears for numerals up to 199, while the second is used to express the hundreds from 200 to 900; for ‘one hundred’. This particularity is shared with other Burmo-Qiangic lan- guages

  • Classifiers and Number Marking | Request PDF
    Classifiers and Number Marking | Request PDF

    This paper investigates the semantic contribution of plural morphology and its interaction with classifiers in Kadiw u. We show that Kadiw u, a Waikur an language spoken in South America, is a

  • NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY NUMERAL CLASSIFIERS
    NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY NUMERAL CLASSIFIERS

    of Number Phrase (NumP) and Classifier Phrase (CLP) house bundles of UG functional features. These features, arranged in a geometry based on Harley and Ritter’s (2002) proposal for pronouns, assure syntactic composition of nP with classifiers and number

  • Purépecha numeral classifiers are distributive predicates
    Purépecha numeral classifiers are distributive predicates

    And since classifiers co-occur with the plural marker –icha, they have a clearly different semantic and syntactic role than number morphology. We adopt Link’s (1983) analysis of plural markers as sum-forming operators. The plural marker – icha thus denotes the closing under sum of a set of individuals [7]. Classifiers denote a property

  • Early Time-Point Cell Morphology Classifiers Successfully
    Early Time-Point Cell Morphology Classifiers Successfully

    Jul 01, 2021 Early Time-Point Cell Morphology Classifiers Successfully Predict Human Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Differentiation Modulated by Fiber Density in Nanofiber Scaffolds. Published. July 1, 2021. Author(s) Desu Chen, Joy Dunkers, Wolfgang Losert, Sumona Sarkar. Abstract

  • Early time-point cell morphology classifiers successfully
    Early time-point cell morphology classifiers successfully

    Jul 01, 2021 In this study, we also train morphology classifiers with both 2-D and 3-D morphology metrics to compare cell morphology in NF1 vs. NF2 or SC vs. NF4 (Supplementary Table 5 and 6). We apply these classifiers to quantify morphology of the other nanofiber densities and find that 3-D cell morphology features are useful to indicate hBMSC osteogenic

  • TriCons4 Morphology
    TriCons4 Morphology

    Noun Morphology. Each noun classifier denotes a class, fusing gender with number. Certain classes of nouns are mandatorily possessed; these always have a prefix indicating the person and number of the possessor. Other nouns may be marked as definite or indefinite. There are 28 noun-classes listed here

  • Classifier (linguistics) - Wikipedia
    Classifier (linguistics) - Wikipedia

    A classifier (abbreviated clf or cl) is a word or affix that accompanies nouns and can be considered to classify a noun depending on the type of its referent.It is also sometimes called a measure word or counter word. Classifiers play an important role in certain languages, especially East Asian languages, including Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Vietnamese

  • The Function of Number in Persian
    The Function of Number in Persian

    This explains that number morphology in Persian is not split to either inflectional or derivational. Rather, following Booij’s (1993, 1995) claim that inflectional morphology can be used ... classifier language in which classifiers are in complementary distribution with plural marking. Following Borer’s (2005) discussion of the

  • 5 Nominal morphology
    5 Nominal morphology

    morphology in KRNB: case markers, specificity-classifiers, and pronominals. Case markers (section 5.3) indicate the grammatical function of a noun phrase, while “specificity-classifiers” (section 5.4) indicate its discourse function (hence “specificity”) as well as grammatical class (hence “classifier”)

  • Classifiers - Linguistics - Oxford Bibliographies
    Classifiers - Linguistics - Oxford Bibliographies

    Jun 24, 2020 Introduction. Classifiers and noun classes are basic kinds of noun categorization devices. They fall into several subtypes depending on the morphosyntactic context of their realization; for instance, numeral classifiers appear in numerical expressions, possessive classifiers in possessive constructions, noun classifiers within a noun phrase, verbal classifiers on a verb or a predicate, and

  • CLASSIFIERS OF QUANTITY AND QUALITY IN ROMANIAN
    CLASSIFIERS OF QUANTITY AND QUALITY IN ROMANIAN

    number morphology and measure phrases in languages with number morphology is that classifiers are required both for what is generally called “mass” nouns (like rice , water , etc) and for count nouns ( pen , book , etc), while in languages like Romanian they are

  • Two Types of Classifier Languages: A Typological Study
    Two Types of Classifier Languages: A Typological Study

    (1999) that in classifier languages classifiers must be used when numbers combine with nouns; and the proposal in Chierchia (1998) and Cheng & Sybesma (1999) that mass-noun languages do not have number/plural morphology. (Cf. Li 1999.)2 2 By contrast, Li (1999) claims that classifier languages have plural morphemes like Chinese -men

  • Classifiers: a list of CL handshapes
    Classifiers: a list of CL handshapes

    CL:1 - pen, pencil, pole, an upright person, ... CL:2 - two persons standing or walking side by side (CL:2 up), one person standing (CL:2 down), person lying down, eye gaze ... CL:3 - vehicle (horizontal orientation), three persons standing or walking

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