A Latin Grammar by Bennett C.E.

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There are two major lexical classes, nouns and verbs. As in most Polynesian languages, there is little bound morphology on either verbs or nouns. Reduplication is highly frequent, with a variety of functions, including forming plurals of some nouns and indicating plural of S or 0 with verbs. The socalled -Cia-suffixes, which have been described in various ways for different Polynesian languages, function in Vaeakau-Taumako as transitive suffixes added to a stem which may or may not have an independent use as an intransitive verb.

Kaoa [ka'oa, 'kaoa] 'grass', khainga [kha'inga, 'khainga] 'party', paua [pa'ua, 'paua] 'giant clam shell' (PPN *paasua). In most cases this is an optional variant. There are a few cases of dialectal differences: 'laulu (VAE) - la'ilu (TAU) 'hair'. If vowel sequences such as those exemplified above were phonologically diphthongs, processes such as reduplication should be expected to treat them as a single syllable, in other words the fully reduplicated forms of words like holau and khainga should be *holauholau and *khaingakhainga.

Monosyllabic lexical roots (nouns and verbs) all have long vowels; in other words the minimal form of a lexical word is V:. g. a 'what'. i5 'rations. food for a journey'. PL'. Granunatical words. on the other hand. may consist of a single short vowel. g. a 'personal marker'. e 'agentive preposition'. i 'locative-directional-ablative preposition'. 4 Kalama/dna is NUP. In VAE and TAU klomakina is the usual colloquial form. Vowels 23 All members of the two open lexical classes, nouns and verbs, have one main stress, which falls on the final syllable of the word if this syllable contains a long vowel; otherwise stress is on the penultimate syllable.

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