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La construcción diádica en mapudungun y sus implicancias tipológicas

Evans, Nicholas; Gulloscio, Lucia; Mellico, Fresia


Dyad constructions provide a way of referring to pairs or groups of people based on shared social relationships, e.g. �(pair of) brothers / neighbours�, �father and son�. They may be formed by morphological derivation, or may be unanalyseable lexical roots. Until recently the phenomenon has escaped typological systematization, and the available information has a highly skewed distribution of the phenomenon worldwide, with the majority of reported occurrences in the Western Pacific, with...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2010
Type: Journal article
Source: LIAMES: Linguas Indigenas Americanas
DOI: 10.20396/liames.v10i1.1508
Access Rights: Open Access


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