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frequentative

Fr    fréquentatif, itératif

adj

Synonym(s): iterative

Antonym(s): semelfactive

Type of: aspect2

Related term(s): habitual

Source(s):

Bybee etal. 1994: 127
BYBEE, Joan, PERKINS, Revere & PAGLIUCA William (1994) The Evolution of Grammar: Tense, Aspect, and Modality in the Languages of the World. Chicago : Univ. of Chicago.


Comrie 1976: 41-44
COMRIE, Bernard. (1976) Aspect. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Crystal 2003: 189
CRYSTAL, David. (2003) A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics, 5th Ed Oxford: Blackwell.


ELL: 5137
The Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. (1994) Oxford: Pergamon Press.


Hartmann & Stork 1972: 21 (= habitual), 89-90
HARTMANN, R.R.K. & STORK, F.C. (1972) Dictionary of Language and Linguistics. London: Applied Science Publishers.


Lyons 1971: 315
LYONS, John. (1971) Introduction to Theoretical Linguistics. Cambridge: University Press. 


Matthews 1997: 137
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1997) The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Nash 1968: 86
NASH, Rose. (1968) Multilingual Lexicon of Linguistics and Philology: English, Russian, German, French. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press. 


Pei & Gaynor 1954: 77 (frequentative aspect; also "frequentative verb")
PEI, Mario A. & GAYNOR, Frank. (1954) A Dictionary of Linguistics. New York : Philosophical Library.


Trask 1993: 108
TRASK, R. L. (1993) A Dictionary of Grammatical Terms in Linguistics. New York: Routledge.


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