Current affiliation: CNRS - UMR SFLSubject speciality: Language & LinguisticsPrimary location: France
Published in:Language Faculty and BeyondPublication date:2014-12-05
Essays in honor of Jean Lowenstamm
This volume brings together articles by some major figures in various linguistics domains - phonology, morphology and syntax, aiming at explaining ...
Published in:LinguaPublication date:2013-09-01
This articles accounts for the cooccurrence restrictions that feminine and construct state markers display in Berber. It is argued that these marke...
Published in:Linguistic InquiryPublication date:2010-04-01
An original approach to the structure of roots is proposed. It is argued that roots in Tashlhiyt Berber are organized in terms of head-dependent el...
Published in:Brill s Journal of Afroasiatic Languages and LinguisticsPublication date:2010-06-01
Original data from secret languages in Tashlhiyt Berber are presented. Within a root-and-template approach to word formation, it is shown that peri...
Published in:Language Faculty and BeyondPublication date:2014-01-01
This paper attempts to explain why certain nouns in Arabic and Somali display more than one plural form. It argues that structural and semantic dif...
Published in:MorphologyPublication date:2016-04-18
The paper deals wth word formation processes in Moroccan Arabic, a Semitic language spoken in North Africa. It explains the way plurals and diminut...
Published in:Recherches linguistiques de VincennesPublication date:2010-12-01
Root consonants are discussed in two secret languages in Berber.
Published in:The Canadian Journal of Linguistics / La revue canadienne de linguistiquePublication date:2009-01-01
Original data from Tashlhiyt Berber secret languages. A phonological and morphological analysis is provided.
Published in:Recherches linguistiques de VincennesPublication date:2003-06-01
Word formation in Berber. Verbal forms, causative and reciprocal.
Edited book on current approaches to word formation.