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These are conflated by the uniform use of the period. If one wants to distinguish between them, one may follow Rules 4A-E. If an object-language element is neither formally nor semantically segmentable and only the metalanguage happens to lack a single-word equivalent, the underscore may be used instead of the period.
If an object-language element is formally unsegmentable but has two clearly distinguishable meanings or grammatical properties, the semi-colon may be used. If a grammatical property in the object-language is signaled by a morphophonological change ablaut, mutation, tone alternation, etc. Number and gender markers are very frequent in some languages, especially when combined with person. Several authors therefore use non-capitalized shortened abbreviations without a period. If this option is adopted, then the second gloss is used in If the morpheme-by-morpheme gloss contains an element that does not correspond to an overt element in the example, it can be enclosed in square brackets.
Inherent, non-overt categories such as gender may be indicated in the gloss, but a special boundary symbol, the round parenthesis, is used. Grammatical or lexical elements that consist of two parts which are treated as distinct morphological entities e. Infixes are enclosed by angle brackets, and so is the object-language counterpart in the gloss. Infixes are generally easily identifiable as left-peripheral as in 27 or as rightperipheral as in 28 , and this determines the position of the gloss corresponding to the infix with respect to the gloss of the stem. If the infix is not clearly peripheral, some other basis for linearizing the gloss has to be found.
Reduplication is treated similarly to affixation, but with a tilde instead of an ordinary hyphen connecting the copied element to the stem. Fortescue, Michael. West Greenlandic. Croom Helm descriptive grammars London: Croom Helm. Haspelmath, Martin. A grammar of Lezgian. Mouton Grammar Library, 9. Berlin - New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
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