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The number of derived terms by far outnumbers the underived ones; though the variability of their affixes is somewhat limited.
Both derived and underived noun stems are the most frequent components of compound terms.
Stuart Davis (2003) concluded that, within a morpheme (or, more generally, in underived environments), one does not need to hypothesise the occurrence of a sequence of identical consonants in the place of a geminate.
Note furthermore that I will restrict myself mainly to simple NPs which are headed by an underived noun and which are used to refer to a concrete object (cf.
The interior reality is that faith is a divine gift underived from any political regime, heritage, or authority and therefore independent of them.
53) Let us call propositions that are derived from others P2 propositions, and underived self-evident propositions P1 propositions.
In addition, she says, "it is only through Touch that a knowledge of the underived elements of the world of sense could be obtained, the fluid or moist element alone excepted.
The positive retributivist principle(7) has "immediate, underived moral appeal.
The relief of suffering particularly strikes us as an ultimate ethical imperative, underived from any more primary obligation.
While -nes preferably combines with bases negated by means of un- (64 instances) including unrihtnes 'wrong, wickedness' or unsidefullnes 'immodesty', the suffix -ing (by means of its variant form -ung) only attaches to three underived bases, namely ungewiderung 'bad weather', unmiltsung 'hardness of heart' and unwlitegung 'disfigurement'.
A conceptual semantics description of this phenomenon is presented in an example with a causative emotion verb in (32) and its underived variant in (33):
They are basic and underived, "intuitive" in a special sense of the term, and foundational for still other principles.