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41.
The importance of not belonging: Paradigmaticity and loan nominalizations in Serbo-Croatian
Marko Simonović, Boban Arsenijević, 2018, original scientific article

Abstract: In a number of Slavic and Germanic languages, various derivational affixes and morphological patterns of Latin origin are relatively common, and bear effects as abstract as deriving event nouns from verbs and property nouns from adjectives. This seems to contradict the general observation that abstract morphology typically is not subject to borrowing. We discuss the status of two Serbo-Croatian (S-C) nominalizing Latinate suffixes, -cija and -itet, complemented by one Germanic suffix, -er. On our analysis, these are not borrowed suffixes and derivational patterns, in the sense that they were present in another language and got copied into S-C, but rather suffixes and patterns which emerged within S-C, more specifically in the borrowed stratum of the S-C lexicon. Crucial factors in their emergence were the shared semantic properties of the nouns ending in the respective sequences (-cija, -itet and -er), and the quantitative properties of these sequences closely matching those of native derivational suffixes. Pragmatic, phonological and prosodic constraints apply to these derivations to the effect that the suffixes that have emerged in the borrowed domain of the lexicon never enter a competition with the native nominalization patterns.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: nominalisation, borrowing, loanword, language contact, Serbo-Croatian
Published: 29.11.2018; Views: 920; Downloads: 54
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En ali več morfem-ov?
Petra Mišmaš, Marko Simonović, other performed works

Abstract: V predavanju se posvečava mnogim funkcijam morfema -ov-. Tega lahko namreč zasledimo v kontekstu besedotvornih morfemov, npr. v glagolih (hud-ov-a-ti (se)), v svojilnih pridevnikih (Janez-ov), skupnih imenih (grm-ov-je) ali v samostalnikih, izpeljanih iz samostalnikov (bank-ov-ec), in v vlogi oblikotvornega morfema (npr. jezik-ov.rod.mn). Vprašanje, na katerega odgovarjava v tem predavanju, je, ali gre v vseh teh (na prvi pogled nepovezanih) okoljih za več morfemov, ki so le naključno enakoglasni, oziroma ali lahko vse te pojavitve -ov- analiziramo kot en sam morfem. V predavanju se bova zavzela za slednjo možnost. Skladno s tem v analizi, ki je postavljena v okvir razpršene morfologije, pristopa, nastalega v okviru tvorbene slovnice (Halle & Marantz 1993), zabriševa tradicionalno razmejitev med oblikotvornimi in besedotvornimi morfemi. Morfem -ov- se namreč v funkcijah, na katere se bova osredotočila v predavanju, tj. oblikotvorni -ov- (jezik-ov, grad-ov-i) in svojilni -ov- (npr. Janez-ov in zdravnik-ov/kralj-ev), obnaša kot morfem brez specifičnega pomena, katerega funkcija je odvisna od samega okolja, v katerem se pojavi.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: morfologija razpršena morfologija slovenščina oblikotvorni morfemi besedotvorni morfemi
Published: 01.07.2020; Views: 242; Downloads: 0
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Think globally, act locally
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: Slovenian is one of the languages used as a source of data for a model of non-local allomorphy in Božič (2019). Specifically, Božič (2019: 501) argues for non-local allomorphy in Slovenian because the root of the verb can differ depending on the finiteness of the form and this interaction occurs across the theme vowel (ž-e-ti ‘to reap’ vs. žanj-e-m ‘I reap’). In this talk we will, based on observations in Marvin (2003), propose a general account of theme vowels in Slovenian as the spellout of the v head and present additional data in favor of the more traditional analysis že-∅-ti~žanj-e-m (e.g. in Šekli 2010), which only involves local allomorphy.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: verbs, Slovenian, allomorphy, stress, theme vowels, spellout
Published: 24.09.2020; Views: 193; Downloads: 0
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Slovenian verbs: Structure, stress and allomorphy
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, invited lecture at foreign university

Abstract: The talk will address three closely related topics concerning the verb in Slavic: the structure of the verbal domain, stress patterns and root allomorphy. We focus on data from Slovenian.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: verbs, Slovenian, Distributed Morphology, allomorphy, stress, theme vowels
Published: 13.10.2020; Views: 113; Downloads: 0
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Šta se actually dešava među jezicima? Teorije jezičkog kontakta
Marko Simonović, invited lecture at foreign university

Found in: osebi
Keywords: jezikovni kontakt sociolingvistika medjezikovne povezave
Published: 06.02.2018; Views: 924; Downloads: 0
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√ov is in the air: The extreme multifunctionality of the Slovenian affix -ov-
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, unpublished conference contribution

Found in: osebi
Keywords: Slovenian, Distributed Morphology, Morphology, allomorphy, adjectives, declension, root, affix
Published: 28.06.2019; Views: 743; Downloads: 0
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Verb wasn't built in a cycle (it was built in two)
Marko Simonović, Petra Mišmaš, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: In this talk, we focus on verbs and argue that verbs lack prosodic specification in their lexical entry. We propose that the two different stress patterns in verbs are a consequence of two positions for theme vowels in the verbal domain. Assuming that Slovenian prosody places stress at the final syllable of the deepest cycle (Simonović under review), we argue that the verb forms that surface with a stressed theme vowel (e.g. godrnj-á-mo) have the theme vowel positioned just below the first cyclic head, whereas the remaining verbs have their theme vowel above this position which leads to stem-final stress (vijúg-a-mo).
Found in: osebi
Summary of found: ...the final syllable of the deepest cycle ( Simonović under review), we argue that the verb...
Keywords: verbs, stress, root allomorphy, Slovenian, Distributed Morphology
Published: 07.09.2020; Views: 174; Downloads: 0
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