Index of Subjects
abstract predicate 97-8
accent see sentence accent
adversative predicate 99, 102
affix order 22-3, 134
agreement 10, 214
alignment type 16
alternatives to indefinite pronouns 52-7
amalgam, syntactic 132, 140-1
antefix 22
anti-additivity 33, 80
appreciative meaning 148, 186-9
areal phenomena 15, 132, 202, 241
article
definite 142, 238; indefinite 29, 56-7
binding theory 4, 99-106
bleaching 142, 148
bondedness 142, 146-7
Boolean semantics 33, 80
borrowing 184-6
calquing 185-6
case inflection 22-3, 60, 142
c-command 216
Chomskyan syntax 14
Cognitive Grammar 14
combinations of functions 76
comparative 35, 79-80, 122
of equality 35, 294-5
complementizer 138, 232
concession 29-30
concessive conditional clause 136-41, 159-61
conjunction 164-5
conjunctive operator 165
contrastive linguistics 14
copula 135-6, 138, 141
correlative pronouns 25-30
counterfactual sentence 51
dative case 59-61
de dicto/de re 95
demonstrative pronoun 30, 142
depreciative meaning 186-92
desemanticization 5, 142, 148-54
determiner 11, 30, 38, 54
diachronic stability 16
diachronic typology 129-30
diachrony 63, 89, 129-92, 203-210, 219-20, 221-33
discontinuous marker 23, 106
discourse anaphora 98
discourse referent 38, 108
Discourse Representation Theory 98
disjunctive operator 164-5
distributional schemas 68-75
distributive meaning 41, 45, 96-7, 180
downward-entailing context 114
echo compound 182
elliptical context 78, 194-9, 228
emphatic indefinites 125, 152-3
enunciative approach 14
epistemological category 21
equative see comparison of equality
erosion 142-4
etymology 130, 143, 168
excessive comparative 35
existential sentence /construction 38, 54-5, 93, 108, 215-6
expectations of the speaker 82-6
externalization of inflection 23, 145
extrafix 22
focus particle 5
negative scalar 222-6; restrictive 35; scalar additive 94, 111, 136-8, 157-64, 169
focusing 118, 122-8, 150-1, 216-7, 221
free-choice indefinites 48-51, 55, 90-4, 116- 18, 135, 139-40, 149-50
function-based approach 60-2
functions of indefinite pronouns 2-3, 52
future see tense
gemination 24, 124
generative semantics 90
generic noun 26-9, 52-4, 60, 158, 180, 182-3, 223, 227-8, 239-41
generic sentence 50-1
genetic relatedness 15-16
geometric representation 62-3
Gesamtbedeutung59-61
grammar see reference grammar, universal grammar
grammatical categories 59-60
grammaticalization 4, 10, 29, 53, 115, 129-56, 174, 203-4
grammaticalization theory 141-3
Guillaumean approach 14

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