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Introduction: Grammar of names and grammar out of names

  • Corinna Handschuh and Antje Dammel EMAIL logo

Acknowledgments

We are thankful to Thomas Stolz for suggesting STUF as a good place for an issue on name grammar, Cornelia Stroh for overseeing the publication process and for her patience with us, and Thomas Böcker for extensive work in checking the references and adapting the manuscript versions to the Mouton Style Sheet.

Abbreviations

art

article

cn

common noun

gen

genitive

ntr

neuter

pn

proper name

sg

singular

3

third person

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