Tag: agglutination

29 Is there really a difference between agglutinative and non-agglutinative languages when spoken? 2011-11-25T05:51:31.247

12 Are there any papers etc analyzing Japanese as a language with noun cases rather than particles? 2011-09-13T23:06:36.490

8 Is there any agglutinative Indo-European language? 2013-05-06T23:35:41.933

7 Across agglutinative languages are there tendencies for morphemes to occur in certain orders? 2014-04-26T05:23:18.573

7 Why do PIE verbs have suffixes -m-, -s-, -t-, while personal pronouns have m-, t-, s-? 2014-11-20T13:52:26.050

6 What are some examples of well-known agglutinatve languages moving toward inflecting morphology? 2011-09-30T10:29:08.253

6 Agglutination in Proto-Indo-European 2012-01-23T21:07:48.310

6 What prevents certain grammatical forms to be analysed as one word? 2018-02-23T18:22:19.110

5 Are there right-branching agglutinative languages? 2016-09-03T11:10:15.973

4 What is the maximum number of forms a (modern) Japanese verb can take? 2012-07-30T09:21:25.977

4 Statistic data on average morpheme-to-word ratios 2015-10-06T14:36:15.860

4 Are fusional languages easier to learn than isolating languages? 2017-08-04T02:15:21.253

3 Word frequency list for agglutinative languages like Swahili? 2012-08-01T19:53:36.877

3 Does the term "(highly) agglutinating language" refer to inflectional endings, word-formation processes, or both? 2013-11-06T07:01:09.157

2 Are there agglutinative languages without a propensity for long compound nouns? 2012-06-06T19:44:58.720

2 Which prefixing language has the most speakers? 2013-05-15T02:48:59.523

1 Have agglutinative languages productive morphology? 2014-01-14T08:03:13.370

1 Does the classification of languages "agglutinating" concern itself with inflectional morphology, derivational morphology, or both? 2014-03-07T14:30:44.853