Null Allomorph

(Units Of Linguistic Morphology)


Units Of Linguistic Morphology
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What is Null allomorph?

In morpheme-based morphology, the term null allomorph or zero allomorph is sometimes used to refer to some kind of null morpheme for which there are also contexts in which the underlying morpheme is manifested in the surface structure. It is therefore also an allomorph. The phenomenon itself is known as null allomorphy, morphological blocking or total morpheme blocking.

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Zero allomorph


Nulallomorf (nl)Nullallomorph (de)

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