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Title: Une nouvelle approche de la morphologie élamite
Subtitle: Racines, bases et familles de mots
Author(s): GRILLOT-SUSINI, Françoise
Journal: Journal Asiatique
Volume: 282 Issue: 1 Date: 1994
This article is a study of some aspects of Elamite morphology. It states with exemples that the Elamite language includes primary words or roots, and words consisting in a basis with one or two suffixes. This basis is nominal, verbal or verbo-substantival. It is usually made of a primary word, sometimes followed by a vowel increment. A presentation of nominal and verbal morphemes, derivatives and verbal names is followed by a discussion of vocalic instability and initial intensity stress.