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A Shared Suppletive Pattern in the Pronominal Systems of Chang Naga and Southern Qiang

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This article shows the existence of a similar irregular alternation in the pronominal morphology of Chang Naga and Southem Qiang, two distantly related Sino-Tibetan languages. This pattern is argued to be the trace of an older case marking system. On the basis of this hypothesis, a new analysis of pronominal systems in various languages of the family is presented.

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2007-01-01
2016-12-04

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