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The Cappadocian phrasal compound παιρπαίνω [perpéno] ‘take away’ as an example of Turkish pattern replication

Mark Janse (UGent) , Johan Vandewalle (UGent) and Eline Daveloose (UGent)
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Cappadocian, Asia Minor Greek, Turkish, Language contact, Modern Greek dialects, Compounding, Phrasal compounds, Verbal compounds, Dvandva compounds, Suspended affixation, Pattern replicationc

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MLA
Janse, Mark, et al. “The Cappadocian Phrasal Compound Παιρπαίνω [Perpéno] ‘take Away’ as an Example of Turkish Pattern Replication.” Multilingualism and Minority Languages in Ancient Europe, edited by Albio Cesare Cassio and Sara Kaczko, De Gruyter, 2021.
APA
Janse, M., Vandewalle, J., & Daveloose, E. (2021). The Cappadocian phrasal compound παιρπαίνω [perpéno] “take away” as an example of Turkish pattern replication. In A. C. Cassio & S. Kaczko (Eds.), Multilingualism and minority languages in Ancient Europe. Berlin: De Gruyter.
Chicago author-date
Janse, Mark, Johan Vandewalle, and Eline Daveloose. 2021. “The Cappadocian Phrasal Compound Παιρπαίνω [Perpéno] ‘take Away’ as an Example of Turkish Pattern Replication.” In Multilingualism and Minority Languages in Ancient Europe, edited by Albio Cesare Cassio and Sara Kaczko. Berlin: De Gruyter.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Janse, Mark, Johan Vandewalle, and Eline Daveloose. 2021. “The Cappadocian Phrasal Compound Παιρπαίνω [Perpéno] ‘take Away’ as an Example of Turkish Pattern Replication.” In Multilingualism and Minority Languages in Ancient Europe, ed by. Albio Cesare Cassio and Sara Kaczko. Berlin: De Gruyter.
Vancouver
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Janse M, Vandewalle J, Daveloose E. The Cappadocian phrasal compound παιρπαίνω [perpéno] “take away” as an example of Turkish pattern replication. In: Cassio AC, Kaczko S, editors. Multilingualism and minority languages in Ancient Europe. Berlin: De Gruyter; 2021.
IEEE
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M. Janse, J. Vandewalle, and E. Daveloose, “The Cappadocian phrasal compound παιρπαίνω [perpéno] ‘take away’ as an example of Turkish pattern replication,” in Multilingualism and minority languages in Ancient Europe, A. C. Cassio and S. Kaczko, Eds. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021.
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  author       = {{Janse, Mark and Vandewalle, Johan and Daveloose, Eline}},
  booktitle    = {{Multilingualism and minority languages in Ancient Europe}},
  editor       = {{Cassio, Albio Cesare and Kaczko, Sara}},
  keywords     = {{Cappadocian,Asia Minor Greek,Turkish,Language contact,Modern Greek dialects,Compounding,Phrasal compounds,Verbal compounds,Dvandva compounds,Suspended affixation,Pattern replicationc}},
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  title        = {{The Cappadocian phrasal compound παιρπαίνω [perpéno] ‘take away’ as an example of Turkish pattern replication}},
  year         = {{2021}},
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