Abbreviations and symbols 17
17 Abbreviations and symbols Adj. Adjective Acc. Accusative Align. Alignment Allom. Allomorph Art. Article C Consonant CG Clitic group Cl. Clitic Con. Constraint CV Coefficient of variation Dat. Dative Def. Definite Demonstr./dem. Demonstrative Det. Determiner Dist. Distal El. Elision/elided Fem. Feminine Fnc Function word Ft Foot FUL Featurally Underspecified Lexicon G Glide I(P) Intonational phrase IMP. Imperative Ind./Indef. Indefinite Inst. Instantiation L Left Lex Lexical (or content) word Lexmax The right edge of a maximal phrase projected from a Lex LV Largest value M Mean m Morph Masc. Masculine 18 MWd Morphological word N Noun n.f. Not found n.s. Not significant NP Noun phrase Occ. Occurrences Ord. Ordinal Over. overall p Probability Part. Partitive Pers. Person Pl. Plural PPh Phonological phrase Phonol. Phonological Poss. Possessive Prec. Precompiled Pref. Prefix Prep. Preposition/prepositional Procl. Proclitic Pron. Pronominal Prox. Proximal PWd Prosodic (or phonological) word qlco Qualcosa ‘something’ (Italian) Qual. Qualifying Quant. Quantifier R Range/right Refl. Reflexive Ret. Retention/retained SD Standard deviation Sg. Singular sth. Something Suff. Suffix SV Smallest value Uncl. Unclear U(tt) Utterance V Verb V-final Vowel-final VE Vowel elision or elisione 19 V Non-syllabic vowel V1 The first vowel (the one to the left) in a sequence V2 The second vowel (the one to the right) in a sequence VP Verb phrase VR Vowel Reduction Wd Word Statistical alpha level x2 Chi-squared Syllable Mora ´ Primary stress : Length . Syllable boundary + Morpheme boundary # (Morphological) word boundary > Is more frequent than/is preferred to >> Has some predominance over/dominates = Is identical...
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