The Slavic Languages: Unity in Diversity

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Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, Feb 6, 2015 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 487 pages
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Contents

Towards a Phonemic Typology of the Slavic Languages
1
The Historical Phonology of Common Slavic
21
The Common Slavic Prosodic Pattern and its Evolution in Slovenian
35
On Discretness and Continuity in Structural Dialectology
47
A study in structural dialectology
63
The Vocalic Systems of Modem Standard Slovenian
85
The Dialect of Resia and the Common Slovenian Accentual Pattern
93
Polish Mazurzenie and the SerboCroatian Palatals
105
The Expressive Suffix x in Polish and in Other Slavic Languages
259
Slavic Morphophonemics in its Typological and Diachronic Aspects
267
The Asyllabic Verbal Stems in Slavic and Their Accentuation
301
The Slavic Vocative and its Accentuation
315
The Place and Function of Stress in Russian Nominal Forms with a Zero in the Ending
327
The Accent Patterns of Bulgarian Substantives
337
The Accentuation of the Russian Verb
353
The Accentuation of the l Participle in SerboCroatian
377

The SingularPlural Opposition in the Slavic Languages
113
The Grammatical Genders of the Slavic Languages
127
The Fate of the Neuter in the Slovene Dialects
143
The Collective and Counted Plurals of the Slavic Nouns
153
The Interdependence of Paradigmatic and Derivational Patterns
171
The Accentuation and Grammatical Categories of the a Stems in South Slavic
195
The South Slavic Infinitive and its Accentuation
207
The Inflection of SerboCroatian Substantives and their Genitive Plural Endings
215
Grammatical Neutralization in Slavic Expressive Forms
231
The Appellative Forms the Vocative and Imperative of Bulgarian
251
The Slavic Athematic Nominal Stems
395
The Declension and Derivation of the Russian Simple Numerals
411
the Case of the Russian dóma at home domójhome
423
Russ večór včerá SCr jůčēr Pol wczoraj yesterday
435
The Etymology of Common Slavic skotb cattle and Related Terms
443
Slavic Kinship Terms and the Perils of the Soul
453
Index of Languages
465
Index of Names
467
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