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The Tocharian subjunctive : a study in syntax and verbal stem formation, by Michael Peyrot

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The Tocharian subjunctive : a study in syntax and verbal stem formation
Title
The Tocharian subjunctive
Title remainder
a study in syntax and verbal stem formation
Statement of responsibility
by Michael Peyrot
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Language
eng
Summary
The subjunctive is one of the most central categories of the Tocharian verbal system. A thorough analysis of its meaning and formation is the basis for a careful reconstruction of the Proto-Tocharian stage and its derivation from the Indo-European proto-language
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Peyrot, Michaël
Dewey number
491/.9945
Index
index present
LC call number
P925
LC item number
.P49 2013eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Brill's Studies in Indo-European Languages & Linguistics
Series volume
8
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  • Tokharian language
  • Tokharian language
  • Tokharian language
  • Indo-European languages
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
  • Indo-European languages
  • Tokharian language
  • Tokharian language
Label
The Tocharian subjunctive : a study in syntax and verbal stem formation, by Michael Peyrot
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Includes index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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Contents
  • Preface; Abbreviations and symbols; Grammatical abbreviations; Language abbreviations; Symbols; Tocharian spelling; Chapter One. Introduction; 1.1. Tocharian; 1.2. The Tocharian subjunctive; 1.3. Indo-European sources; 1.4. Aim; 1.5. Structure; Chapter Two. Morphology; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Categories of the verb; 2.3. The stem pattern; 2.4. The root; 2.5. Types of morphological distinctions; 2.6. Stem derivation in Tocharian A; 2.7. Stem derivation in Tocharian B; 2.8. The imperative; 2.9. The preterite participle; 2.10. Summary and conclusions; Chapter Three. Syntax and meaning
  • 3.1. Introduction3.2. The Tocharian A subjunctive in main clauses; 3.3. The Tocharian A subjunctive in subclauses; 3.4. Other uses of the Tocharian A subjunctive; 3.5. The Tocharian B subjunctive in main clauses; 3.6. The Tocharian B subjunctive in subclauses; 3.7. Other uses of the Tocharian B subjunctive; 3.8. Meaning; Chapter Four. Origin; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Endings; 4.3. Some irregular verbs; 4.4. The present-subjunctive; 4.5. The [schwa] -root subjunctive [class 5]; 4.7. e-grade presents; 4.8. Minor types; 4.9. Meaning
  • 4.10. ConclusionsChapter Five. Summary; 5.1. Morphology; 5.2. Syntax and meaning; 5.3. Origin; 5.4. Outlook; Appendix 1. Tocharian A passages; 1.1. Bilinguals; 1.2. Subject; 1.3. First person announcements of speech; 1.4. First person movements; 1.5. Other first person examples; 1.6. Speaker; 1.7. Hearer; 1.8. Neutral prediction; 1.9. Future; 1.10. Fragmentary futures; 1.11. Questions; 1.12. Compared to the present; 1.13. Compared to the imperative; 1.14. Conditional with subjunctive apodosis (2nd person); 1.15. Conditional with subjunctive apodosis (3rd person)
  • 1.16. Generic conditionals with present apodosis1.17. Inferential conditionals; 1.18. Specific conditionals with present apodosis; 1.19. Conditional followed by nominal clause; 1.20. Conditional followed by imperative clause; 1.21. Conditional followed by gerund clause; 1.22. Fragmentary conditionals; 1.23. Eventual; 1.24. Iterative and indefinite; 1.25. kosne 'as'; 1.26. Concessive; 1.27. Comparison; 1.28. Final; 1.29. The present-subjunctive; Appendix 2. Tocharian B passages; 2.1. Bilinguals; 2.2. First person announcements of speech; 2.3. First person movements
  • 2.4. Other first person examples2.5. Hearer; 2.6. Neutral prediction; 2.7. Future; 2.8. Questions; 2.9. Conditionals with subjunctive apodosis (1st person); 2.10. Conditionals with subjunctive apodosis (2nd person); 2.11. Conditionals with subjunctive apodosis (3rd person); 2.12. Generic conditionals with present apodosis; 2.13. Inferential conditionals; 2.14. Karmavibhanga conditionals with present apodosis; 2.15. Vinaya conditionals; 2.16. Specific conditionals with present apodosis; 2.17. Conditionals with present-subjunctive apodosis; 2.18. Conditionals with imperative apodosis
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851378812
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9789004248793
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Label
The Tocharian subjunctive : a study in syntax and verbal stem formation, by Michael Peyrot
Publication
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Abbreviations and symbols; Grammatical abbreviations; Language abbreviations; Symbols; Tocharian spelling; Chapter One. Introduction; 1.1. Tocharian; 1.2. The Tocharian subjunctive; 1.3. Indo-European sources; 1.4. Aim; 1.5. Structure; Chapter Two. Morphology; 2.1. Introduction; 2.2. Categories of the verb; 2.3. The stem pattern; 2.4. The root; 2.5. Types of morphological distinctions; 2.6. Stem derivation in Tocharian A; 2.7. Stem derivation in Tocharian B; 2.8. The imperative; 2.9. The preterite participle; 2.10. Summary and conclusions; Chapter Three. Syntax and meaning
  • 3.1. Introduction3.2. The Tocharian A subjunctive in main clauses; 3.3. The Tocharian A subjunctive in subclauses; 3.4. Other uses of the Tocharian A subjunctive; 3.5. The Tocharian B subjunctive in main clauses; 3.6. The Tocharian B subjunctive in subclauses; 3.7. Other uses of the Tocharian B subjunctive; 3.8. Meaning; Chapter Four. Origin; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. Endings; 4.3. Some irregular verbs; 4.4. The present-subjunctive; 4.5. The [schwa] -root subjunctive [class 5]; 4.7. e-grade presents; 4.8. Minor types; 4.9. Meaning
  • 4.10. ConclusionsChapter Five. Summary; 5.1. Morphology; 5.2. Syntax and meaning; 5.3. Origin; 5.4. Outlook; Appendix 1. Tocharian A passages; 1.1. Bilinguals; 1.2. Subject; 1.3. First person announcements of speech; 1.4. First person movements; 1.5. Other first person examples; 1.6. Speaker; 1.7. Hearer; 1.8. Neutral prediction; 1.9. Future; 1.10. Fragmentary futures; 1.11. Questions; 1.12. Compared to the present; 1.13. Compared to the imperative; 1.14. Conditional with subjunctive apodosis (2nd person); 1.15. Conditional with subjunctive apodosis (3rd person)
  • 1.16. Generic conditionals with present apodosis1.17. Inferential conditionals; 1.18. Specific conditionals with present apodosis; 1.19. Conditional followed by nominal clause; 1.20. Conditional followed by imperative clause; 1.21. Conditional followed by gerund clause; 1.22. Fragmentary conditionals; 1.23. Eventual; 1.24. Iterative and indefinite; 1.25. kosne 'as'; 1.26. Concessive; 1.27. Comparison; 1.28. Final; 1.29. The present-subjunctive; Appendix 2. Tocharian B passages; 2.1. Bilinguals; 2.2. First person announcements of speech; 2.3. First person movements
  • 2.4. Other first person examples2.5. Hearer; 2.6. Neutral prediction; 2.7. Future; 2.8. Questions; 2.9. Conditionals with subjunctive apodosis (1st person); 2.10. Conditionals with subjunctive apodosis (2nd person); 2.11. Conditionals with subjunctive apodosis (3rd person); 2.12. Generic conditionals with present apodosis; 2.13. Inferential conditionals; 2.14. Karmavibhanga conditionals with present apodosis; 2.15. Vinaya conditionals; 2.16. Specific conditionals with present apodosis; 2.17. Conditionals with present-subjunctive apodosis; 2.18. Conditionals with imperative apodosis
Control code
851378812
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9789004248793
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unknown
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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495078
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not applicable
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remote
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(OCoLC)851378812

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