Observe that in (14a), the affix
has both a Function and an argument, i.
1 provides the affix
an after the root kr when carman occurs as an upapada in relation to the root kr, just as it does when kumbha occurs as an upapada in relation to the same root (Table 1, step 7).
Here, Baayen and Lieber (1991: 809; see also Baayen 1992: 115-16, 1994: 450-51; Hay and Baayen 2003: 101) propose an indirect relationship between the number of hapaxes and the token frequency in a given affix
, and express it with the formula:
If an affix
is even minimally productive, new types will be encountered: the value of V may only increase as N increases--mathematically it is a nondecreasing monotonic function.
Where there are denominal nouns, the function of the affix
is usually primarily locational, which is not the case with deverbal nouns as we shall see below.
While the -er affix
in both English and Dutch has received much attention in recent years (Booij 1986; Levin and Rappaport 1988; Rappaport Hovav and Levin 1992; Panther and Thornburg 1998; Ryder 1999; Heyvaerts 2001), the affix
-ee has received extended attention only in the work of Barker (1998), and the equivalent Dutch process--or the lack thereof--has received little attention at all.
Cigarette manufacturers shall get first certification from the BIR that they've paid the excise tax, then APO will give them the new tax stamps, which they will affix
on every pack of cigarettes," Jacinto-Henares said.
In this paper, I analyse a special type of affix
- evaluatives/alteratives - belonging to three semantic sets (diminutives, augmentatives and pejoratives) of the same paradigm, which are classpreserving and functionally equivalent.
Many pieces have rows of tarred or painted-over screws around the edges and in the middle of the image--presumably to affix
the Plexi to the artwork.