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Is ‘rro’ the Allomorph of Case Marker ‘ro’?

  • Journal of Humanities, Seoul National University
  • 2019, 76(3), pp.11-24
  • DOI : 10.17326/jhsnu.76.3.201908.11
  • Publisher : Institute of Humanities, Seoul National University
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities
  • Received : August 12, 2019
  • Accepted : August 26, 2019
  • Published : August 31, 2019

LEE, Hyeonhie 1

1서울대학교

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ABSTRACT

‘ke’ of Present Day Korean is never directly reduced from ‘kes’. ‘ke’ has been reanalysed from ‘kei’, the result that the word-medial /s/-deletion rule was applied to ‘kesi’. The word-medial /s/-deletion rule that changes ‘Xsi’ to ‘Xi’ was widely applied to both lexical morphemes such as ‘masi-~mai-’ ‘to drink’ and grammatical morphemes such as ‘-sipsida~-ipsida’. After ‘ke’ has been reanalysed, the ‘r’-addition rule of Middle and Early Modern Korean, that ‘r’ is added when grammatical morphemes combine to one syllable pronouns such as ‘na, ne, ce, nwu, ku, tye’, is applied to ‘ke’, ‘mwe’ and ‘mue’ in Present Day Korean. As the added ‘r’ was recognized as a part of the stem, not of the case marker, lexicalized.

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