Bibliography: R

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z 

<<

41-60 of 120 entries

>>

  • Reid, Lawrence A. 1992. 'On the development of the aspect system in some Philippine Languages'. In Oceanic Linguistics 31 (1): 65-91.
  • Reid, Lawrence A. 2006. 'Human noun pluralization in Nothern Luzon languages'. In Henry Yungli Chang, Lillian M. Huang and Dah-an Ho (eds.) Streams Converging into an Ocean: Festschrift in Honor of Professor Paul Jen-kuei Li on His 70th Birthday. (Language and Linguistics Monograph Series W-5). Taipei: Academia Sinica, 49-70.
  • Reid, Lawrence A. 2007. 'Another look at the marking of plural personal constructions in Austronesian languages'. In Oceanic Linguistics 46 (1): 232-252.
  • Reid, Lawrence A. 2007. From Phonology to Morphology: Ambiguity, Abduction, Deduction and the Case of Human Noun Pluralization in Northern Philippine. [Presentation]. Graz Reduplication Conference 2007.
  • Reid, Lawrence A. 2009. 'On the Diachronic Development of C1V1- Reduplication in Some Austronesian Languages'. In Bernhard Hurch and Veronika Mattes (eds.) Reduplication: Diachrony and Productivity. (Morphology 19.2). Berlin: Springer, 239-261.
  • Reintges, Chris. 1994. 'Egyptian Root-and-Pattern Morphology'. In Lingua Aegyptia 4: 213-244.
  • Reintges, Chris. 1994. 'Reduplicative Copying in Ancient Egyptian'. In Linguistics in the Netherlands 1994: 199-210.
  • Reintges, Chris H. 1997. Passive Voice in Older Egyptian: A Morpho-Syntactic Study. (HIL Dissertations 28). The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics.
  • Reintges, Chris H. 2003. 'The Reduplicative Passive in Older Egyptian: Description and Typology'. In M. L. Bender, G. Takács and D. Appleyard (eds.) Selected Comparative-Historical Afrasian Linguistic Studies in Memory of Igor M. Diakonoff. (LINCOM Studies in Afro-Asiatic Linguistics 14). Munich: Lincom, 175-186.
  • Reintges, Chris H. 2008. 'The Diachronic Typology of Passive and Stative Voice in Ancient Egyptian'. In L. Kulikov and S. Kittilä (eds.) The Diachronic Typology of Voice and Valency-Changing Categories. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Rekanga, Jean-Paul. 1989. Essai de grammaire Gunu. [Doctoral dissertation]. Université Libre de Bruxelles.
  • Ren, Yuyan. 1990. 'On the Symbol of Reduplicate Characters in Archaic Chinese'. In Yuyan Yanjiu 18: 87-91.
  • Restle, David. 1996. 'Reduplication as Pure Constituent Copying: In Defence of the Syllable against the Phonemic Melody'. In Studia Phonologica 1996
  • Restle, David. 2001. Silbenschnitt - Quantität - Kopplung: zur Geschichte, Charakterisierung und Repräsentation der Anschlußprosodie unter dem Blickwinkel einer Oszillationssilbentheorie. [PhD thesis]. sl.
  • Restle, David. 2002. 'Choctaw Intensives and Syllable Theory'. In David Restle and Dietmar Zaefferer (eds.) Sounds and Systems: Studies in Structure and Change . (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 141). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 299-319.
  • Restle, David. 2007. Semisyllables and Reduplicative Data. [Presentation]. Graz Reduplication Conference 2007.
  • Reynolds, Elinor. 1998. Echo Words: With Particular Reference to Hindi. [PhD thesis]. University of Oxford.
  • Rhee, Florus van der. 1995. 'Entstehung und Verfall des grammatischen Wechsels'. In North-Western European Language Evolution 26: 43-55.
  • Rhodes, Richard. 2004. Ongoing Sound Change in Sayula Popoluca. [Manuscript].
  • Rhodes, Richard A. 2007. VC Reduplication in Sayula Popoluca. [Presentation]. Graz Reduplication Conference 2007.

<<

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6

>>