Elements with ambiguous morphological status: The marker -idz(o) in Griko
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Elements with ambiguous morphological status: The marker -idz(o) in Griko

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Koutsoukos, Nikos; Ralli, Angela
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2013

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In this paper, we examine some verbal formations with the element -idz(o) in Griko, a Greek-based dialect spoken in South Italy, and argue that -idz(o) has an ambiguous morphological status. We show that in some formations idz(o) seems to have undergone a change from a prototypical derivational suffix to a simple inflection-class indicator. We also propose that this change is triggered by a tendency of the Griko verbal system to level its inflection classes and provide evidence for a grammaticalization case affecting derivational material.

    Koutsoukos, Nikos ; Ralli, Angela. Elements with ambiguous morphological status: The marker -idz(o) in Griko. En: Quaderns de filologia. Estudis lingüístics, 2013, No. 18: 13

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