Slavic *jazditi ‘to ride’ and its implications for the development of the category of (in)determinacy
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Greenberg, Marc L. (Verlag Otto Sagner, 1988)The article explains the heterogeneous reflexes of the Proto-Slavic jers in Slovak. In the West and East Slovak dialects, the merger with the front mid-vowel follows the general West Slavic pattern. The Central Slovak ...
Pirnat, Žiga (2015)Genitive of negation is a Balto-Slavic syntactic rule that governs the transformation of accusative complements of transitive verbs or subjects of existential constructions in positive sentences to genitive complements in ...
Andersen, Henning (ZRC SAZU / Hall Center for the Humanities, 1999-01-01)ENGLISH: The paper reexamines the traditional explanation for the "idiosyncratic development'' of the Common Slavic Class II verbs with the aorist and/or infinitive suffix -n<nasal-o>-, attested in OCS sъxn<nasal-o>ti ...