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enclitic

(en-klit′ik) [L. encliticus, fr Gr. enklitikos, leaning on]
Having the planes of the fetal head inclined to those of the maternal pelvis.
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The first type of phrasal stressing is conditionally called proclitic, the second type enclitic. The ratio of enclitic phrases (calculated per 1000 of the lines) is a good way of differentiating authorship, e.g., the scenes belonging to Shakespeare and Fletcher in The Two Noble Kinsmen (1613).
Ordonez F and Repetti L (2006) Stressed enclitics? In: Montreuil J-P (ed.) New Analyses on Romance Linguistics: Volume II: Phonetics, Phonology and Dialectology (Selected Papers from the 35th LSRL 35).
Gerace (Reggio Calabria) a 'seddza 'tua la sedia tua Putignano (Bari) u 'kane 'meje/'tcwe/'scwe il cane mio/tuo/ suo Taranto a 'skarpa 'mi:je la scarpa mia (Manzini and Savoia 560-61) In these dialects, possessive constructions with kinship terms (and a few other nouns, such as casa) are also unique, since the possessive is enclitic to the noun and the definite article does not appear.
(14.) Canepari, in il MaPI (p.153) allows for the possibility of post-tonic stress in enclitics, as in
In this case the PW consists of the GW augmented by proclitics and/or enclitics, thus resembling the clitic group (CG) domain (Nespor and Vogel 1986).
Each of these verb phrases contains ordered segments including incorporated nominals, bound Benefactive pronouns and enclitics marking tense, mood and aspect.
The Hungarian verbal suffix 1/3PSg -k is generally derived more or less plausibly from (reflexive) enclitics. (See e.g.
On Greek enclitics, see Herbert Weir Smyth, Greek Grammar, ed.
She has a special interest in combinations of two monosyllabic lexical words, and particularly in "enclitics": combinations in which the first word appears to require more stress than the second (the ballad term "true love," for example) (134).
Recognizing the incongruity (45), Momma wisely eliminates the distinction between proclitics and enclitics in her reinterpretation of Kuhn's laws--as do most of Kuhn's interpreters, in practice if not explicitly, a point duly noted (46 n.
Such change of accent in enclitics, he remarks, results in removal of formal coincidence (48, p.
"Author X's" text in LC stands out: the ratio of enclitics is too high for Ford, 121.6 per 1000 of lines.