Root-and-Pattern Morphology

Thursday, January 24th, 2013 @ 6:21AM

A stem is composed of a consonantal root, a vocalic melody unit, and a template. These component morphemes of a stem occupy different tiers in autosegmental representation. This morphological system is common in Semitic languages and is also known as non-concatenative morphology. (morphology)

Posted by

Comments are closed.

Past, Present, and Future

Find out where the FLA is heading!