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Open Access Animacy, definiteness, and case in Cappadocian and other Asia Minor Greek dialects

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Animacy, definiteness, and case in Cappadocian and other Asia Minor Greek dialects

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This article discusses the relation between animacy, definiteness, and case in Cappadocian and several other Asia Minor Greek dialects. Animacy plays a decisive role in the assignment of Greek and Turkish nouns to the various Cappadocian noun classes. The de­vel­opment of morphological definiteness is due to Turkish interference. Both features are important for the phenomenon of differential object marking which may be considered one of the most dis­tinctive features of Cappadocian among the Greek dialects.

Affiliations: 1: Ghent University and Roosevelt Academy, Middelburg


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