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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.

enclitic

having the planes of the fetal head inclined to those of the maternal pelvis.
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8 TABLE 2 Percent of stresses on S and the ratio of enclitic phrases per 1000 lines Poet and play 2 4 6 8 10 Enclitics Jonson, Alchemist 66.
These data show that a speaker can map two different prosodic structures (stress retained on the imperative verb even when enclitic pronouns are added (a), and stress on the final clitic pronoun (b)) onto the same non-Italian syntactic structure (imperative verb + accusative clitic + dative clitic).
Enclitic possessives in Lecce and surrounding towns.
When a third person acts on an SAP, the pronominal enclitics indicate the SAP.
The definite article la is less important than the adverb la, just as the preposition si and the reflexive enclitic -si are less stressed phrasally than the interjection si, which usually stands alone in a sense "group.
55) Enclitics never count towards the bisyllabic minimality requirement (cf.
Text phrase two repeats text phrase one with the addition of a purposive enclitic to ngayi.
On Greek enclitics, see Herbert Weir Smyth, Greek Grammar, ed.
10; Itkonen [1991], 206 points out that deviant constructions involving prepositions and enclitic pronouns are also explained as cases of hyperbaton).
This omission type is interesting in that it appears to be directly related to the complexity involved in nominal enclitics.
for tense, aspect, person, number and clusivity --takes place via proclitics and enclitics.
The first section addresses typological issues of morphosyntax and phonology, including enclitics.