cwconrad2 at mac.com
Sun Jun 28 17:45:41 EDT 2009
On Jun 28, 2009, at 4:57 PM, Sarah Madden wrote:
> Mark --
> What is a "syniactical genitive" or a "syniasticalized noun"? -- and
> what do
> they have to do with the question about "SUN" and its different forms
> depending on the word to which it is attached?
Perhaps this should be seen as a spoof upon (1) the practice of
coining new terms to describe syntactic constructions (especially of
the genitive case), and upon (2) jargon used by linguists to account
for what particular morphological forms do, to wit, "grammaticalize."
Whether this has anything to do with the question about SYN and SYN-
TAX is likely to tax the synergies of the most synergetic list-members.
Carl W. Conrad
Department of Classics, Washington University (Retired)
> Sarah ><>
> Maryland - USA
> sarah.r.madden at gmail.com
> On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 1:06 PM, Mark Lightman
> <lightmanmark at yahoo.com>wrote:
>> Yes, and THS EPAGGELIAS is a syniactical genitive, used after
>> syniasticalized nouns.
>> Mark L
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