Suspended Affixation

Suspended Affixation (SA) refers to a property of coordination found primarily in head-final and agglutinative languages: the right-peripheral affix on the second conjunct also has scope over the first conjunct. The phenomenon has particular relevance for a proper understanding of the interface between morphology, syntax, and phonology.

Guest editors: Kunio Nishiyama & James Yoon

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