The Noun in Biblical Armenian: Origin and Word-Formation - with special emphasis on the Indo-European heritage

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Walter de Gruyter, Apr 20, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1143 pages

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Contents

Part I Armenian inflectional types and their background
1
Chapter 1 Ostems
3
Chapter 2 Astems
59
Chapter 3 Istems
75
Chapter 4 Ustems
105
Chapter 5 Wo and eastems
113
Chapter 6 Nstems
115
Chapter 7 Rstems
145
93 en inacc
430
94 i eacc and wocc
432
95 il lacc and lean
452
96 ik kacc and kancc
454
97 ic cac and cocc
462
98 in nocc nacc and nicc
463
99 inkc anacc
473
100 icc ccacc
474

Chapter 8 Lstems
159
Chapter 9 Heteroclitics and other irregular stems
163
Chapter 10 Stems of vacillating or unknown inflection
179
Part II The nominal suffixes
215
2 agin agnicc
217
3 agoyn agownicc
219
4 agoyns
227
5 ali aleacc
228
6 alik alkacc
230
8 ac acacc and acoyaci
231
9 acoy acoyicc
239
10 ak akaccakocc
240
11 akan akanacc
255
12 akankc
262
13 akert akertacc
263
14 aki
266
15 akicc akccacc
269
16 aks
274
18 ayin aynoy
275
19 ayn aynicc and aynocc
280
20 ayni
286
21 aynoy
287
23 anak anakacc
301
24 and andacc and andocc
302
25 andak andakacc
304
26 andi
305
28 anocc anoccacc
311
29 ankc anacc
313
30 apan apanacc
321
31 apatik
323
32 apet apetacc and apeticc
325
33 apes
329
34 ast asticc and astacc
331
35 astan astanacc and astanicc
332
36 astaneay astaneaycc
334
37 at atacc and atocc
335
38 ar arocc and ari
337
39 aran aranacc and aranicc
339
40 arar araracc
341
41 aren
342
42 arim armacc
343
43 acci accwocc and acceacc
344
44 accow accowacc
354
45 aw awi and awoy awowcc
355
46 awand
356
48 awet
357
49 awin
358
51 akci
368
52 bn bin and ban
369
53 gin
370
54 goyn
371
56 din
372
58 eamn eman
376
59 eay eicc eaycc and eocc
377
60 ean eancc and enicc
385
61 ear
391
62 eaw
393
65 egoyn
394
68 eli eleacc
395
69 elow
403
71 ekin
404
72 ekicc ekccacc
405
74 elen elinacc
407
75 eli eleacc
409
77 eni eneacc
410
78 epes
416
80 estan estanacc
417
82 estani estaneacc
418
84 erim
419
86 ecci eccwocc and ecceacc
420
87 eccik ecckacc
422
88 ew ewoyewi and ewacc
423
89 ewin
426
91 ekcean and ekcin eccowncc
427
92 eökc
429
101 ist stean
480
102 ir
482
103 iccs
483
104 iw owi
484
105 iwn ean and man
485
106 ikc eacc
493
107 li leacc
499
109 kan kanacc
500
110 kanaccow kanaccowacc
501
112 kin
502
114 mn man and min
503
115 ndak
506
116 ni neacc and nwocc
507
117 si
509
118 sir
510
120 oyoyicc
511
121 oytc owtcicc
515
122 oyn owni
517
123 ov
519
125 ot otaccoticc
520
126 oti otwocc and oteacc
523
127 or orocc and oracc
524
128 oray orayoy
526
129 ord ordacc
527
130 ori orwoy
532
131 occ occacc
533
132 ow owacc
537
133 owac owacocc and owacacc
543
134 owtciwn owtcean
546
135 owi owoy
584
137 owkn kan
590
138 owhi
592
139 owmn man
593
140 own noy
601
141 ownd ndean ndocc
608
142 owni owneacc
610
143 owncc
612
144 ownkc ancc and nocc
613
145 owor oworacc
615
146 owcc
616
147 owst stean and sti
617
148 owt ti
622
149 owr
623
150 owrd rdean rdoy and rdi
624
151 owccicc owccccacc
626
152 pan panacc
627
154 pes
628
156 stin
629
158 rord rordacc
631
159 cci
632
161 ölol olacc
633
162 ön önacc and önicc
652
163 ören
655
Part III Nominal compounds
657
Table of copulative compounds
669
Table of dependent determinatives
686
Table of descriptive determinatives
705
Table of possessive compounds
725
Table of verbal governing compounds
748
Table of prep governing compounds
755
Table of substantivized clauses
756
Table of reduplicated formations
758
Part IV From IndoEuropean to Armenian A phonological and morphological synopsis
761
IVII The development of IE nominal formations into Armenian
815
Appendix I The Iranian element
857
Appendix II The Greek element
921
Appendix III The Syriac element
931
Appendix IV Loanwords from other sources and words of unknown origin
935
References
969
Bibliographical Abbreviations
997
Dansk resume Danish Summary
999
Index Verborum
1005
Index Rerum
1095
Abbreviations
1099
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