Mordvin

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Mordvin (myv)

Erza Mordvin is an Uralic language spoken in the Mordovian Republic (Russia) by about 700,000 people. Transitive verbs in Erza Mordvin inflect for person and number of subject and object. There is a distinction between an indefinite (intransitive verbs and transitive verbs with indefinite objects) and a definite (transitive verbs with definite objects) conjugation. There are two dialects: Erza and Moksha. The decriptions here are based on Erza Mordvin. The dialects differ mainly in the phoneme inventory and the application of phonological rules. A comparison between Erza and Moksha with the corresponding paradigms for Moksha can be found in Raun (1988).
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Aranovich, Raúl (2007): ‘Optimizing Verbal Agreement in Mordvin’, Studia Linguistica 61(3), 185–211.


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myv (etlg, gllg, wals, wp)
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Mordvin
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