Noun Class, Gender, and the Lexicon-Syntax-Morphology Interfaces: A Comparative Study of Niger-Congo and Romance Languages

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Kihm, Alain. "Noun class, gender, and the lexicon-syntax-morphology interfaces: A comparative study of Niger-Congo and Romance languages." The Oxford handbook of comparative syntax 459 (2005): 512.

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  • Class exponents
  • Gender systems
  • Lexicon-syntax-morphology
  • Niger-Congo languages
  • Noun class
  • Numeral classifier
  • Prefixes
  • Romance languages
  • Suffixes

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