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Is Basque an agglutinative language?: A proposal for the diachrony of nominal morphology

Abstract : In this paper I offer a reconstruction of some aspects of the diachrony of basque declension, especially adressing problems related to the locative singular case, local plural cases and genitive and ergative plural cases. I also focus on the issue of how this reconstruction fits with the view of Basque as an agglutinative language.
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Julen Manterola. Is Basque an agglutinative language?: A proposal for the diachrony of nominal morphology. Basque Studies Symposium, May 2008, Santa Barbara, United States. ⟨artxibo-00350108⟩

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