REDUPLICATION

REDUPLICATION

What is Reduplication?

According to "A Cross Linguistic Study of

Reduplication", reduplication is a morphological process in which the root or stem of a word or a part of it is repeated. In many languages, reduplication is used in inflections to

convey grammatical functions and in lexical derivations

to create semantic forms (Nadarajan)

Types of Reduplication

Full Reduplication:

Full Reduplication involves the exact

repetition of a sound or word (Clara).

Examples of Full Reduplication

Bye-Bye

No-No

Knock-Knock

Goody-Goody


Types of Reduplication

Partial Reduplication

Partial Reduplication involves

 reduplication of only a part of a word (Clara).

Examples of Partial Reduplication

Chit-Chat

Riff-Raff

Tip-Top

Ping-Pong

Types of Reduplication

Rhyming Reduplication

Rhyming Reduplication involves rhyming

 the second word of the first word choice. 


Examples of Rhyming Reduplication

Hocus-Pocus

Boogie-Woggie

Chick-Flick

Jeepers-Creepers

Historical Examples of Reduplication

bon-bon- old clothes

flaba-flaba- worthless

zozo-bird

trotro-ancestors (Boyd)

Modern Examples of Reduplication

kaba-kaba- worthless(this is updated from flaba-flaba)

wishy-washy

ding-dong

see-saw(Boyd)


Overview of Reduplication

Works Cited



Boyd, Clark. "Dogs Tags for Virtual Sniffing." Technology Review 110.4 (July 2007): 16-16. Academic Search Premier. EBSCO. Shapiro Library, Ann Arbor, MI. 20 August 2016. .




Works Cited



Clara Herlina, Karjo, Winiharti Menik, and Muhartoyo. "The Translation Of Indonesian Reduplication Into English." K@Ta 15.2 (2013): 67-75. Humanities International Complete. Web. 20 Aug. 2016.





Works Cited

Nadarajan, S.  A cross linguistic study of

reduplication. Arizona: University of Arizona.





Works Cited



"Reduplication". Youtube, updated by Christopher Fleming, 22 July 2015, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdS0pOfajHc.





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