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In this paper we examine various types of diminutive formation in Hungarian and show that truncative diminutives exhibit unique behaviour in several respects as compared to all other types of morphological processes. These forms are templatic

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Dikken, Marcel den. 1999. On the structural representation of possession and agreement: The case of (anti-)agreement in Hungarian possessed nominal phrases. In I. Kenesei (ed.) Crossing boundaries: Advances in the theory of Central and Eastern European

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7 337 343 Rurik, I. (2004): Evaluation on lifestyle and nutrition among Hungarian elderly. Z. Gerontol. Geriat. , 37 , 33

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grammar of Hungarian 3. Morphology] . Budapest : Akadémiai Kiadó . Kiss , Jenő and Ferenc Pusztai (eds.). 2003 . Magyar nyelvtörténet [The history of Hungarian] . Budapest

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. In K. É. Kiss and H. van Riemsdijk (eds.) Verb clusters. A Study of Hungarian, German and Dutch . Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins . 253 – 289 . Alberti , Gábor and Judit Farkas . 2016 . The Hungarian HATNÉK

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References Bánréti , Zoltán . 2006 . Neurolingvisztika [Neurolinguistics] . In F. Kiefer and P. Siptár (eds.) Magyar nyelv [Hungarian] . Budapest

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123 2825 2835 Kálmán, Béla 1989. Nyelvjárásaink. 5. kiadás [Hungarian dialects. Fifth edition]. Tankónyvkiadó, Budapest

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Mondatutánmondási Teszt [Hungarian Sentence Repetition Test]. Ms. Leonard, Laurence B. — Julia A. Eyer — Lisa M. Bedore — Bernard G. Grela 1997. Three accounts of the grammatical morpheme difficulties of English

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The Hungarian colour terms piros and vörös

A corpus and cognitive linguistic account

Acta Linguistica Hungarica
Authors: Réka Benczes and Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra

Bárczi, Géza (ed.). 1994. Magyar szófejtő szótár [Hungarian etymological dictionary] (2nd edition). Budapest: Trezor. Magyar szófejtő szótár 1994

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period from 2017 to 2019, three ethnolinguistic expeditions took place to study Burgenland Croats 1 of Hungary and Slovakia: the first in what is called Middle Burgenland (villages to the south of Sopron: Und (Unda, 335

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