A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ON NOUN REDUPLICATION IN SASAK NGENO-NGENE DIALECT: SPOKEN IN LEBAH SEMPAGA VILLAGE, NARMADA

FAYSAL, MUHAMMAD (2015) A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY ON NOUN REDUPLICATION IN SASAK NGENO-NGENE DIALECT: SPOKEN IN LEBAH SEMPAGA VILLAGE, NARMADA. S1 thesis, Universitas Mataram.

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Abstract

This thesis is entitled A Discriptive Study on Noun Reduplication in Sasak Ngeno-Ngene Dialect. The study was conducted to indentify the types of pattern and to describe the various meanings of reduplicated noun in Sasak Ngeno-Ngene dialect.The data are taken from conversations of Sasak speaking people in Lebah Sempaga village which applied descriptive method. As a result, there are only two types of reduplication in Sasak: full reduplicationa and partial reduplication. According to its reduplicated syllable structure, full reduplication can be further classified into twelve types﹕1) CV.CV, 2) CV.CV.CV, 3) CV.CV.CVC, 4) CV.CVC., 5) CV.VC, 6) CVC.CVCC, 7) V.CVC, 8) VC.CVC, 9) VCC.VC, 10) CVC.CV, 11) CVC.Ca. and 12) CV.CaC. Partial are classified into two types ﹕1) CV- and 2) Ca-. Under the MDT model, Ca.CaC reduplication can be classified as subtype of full reduplication whereas left reduplication is a type of full reduplication and Ca- reduplication is classified as a subtype of partial reduplication, whereas right reduplication is a type of full reduplication. In addition, a stem is reduplicated to express six major functions: plurality, collectivity, intensitification, diversity, distributive, resemblance or imitation, and figurative meaning.

Item Type: Thesis (S1)
Keywords (Kata Kunci): Descriptive study, noun, reduplication, sasak, Ngeno-Ngene dialect and Lebah Sempaga Village, Narmada.
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan
Depositing User: Ahmadi S.Si
Date Deposited: 21 Aug 2017 04:00
Last Modified: 21 Aug 2017 04:00
URI: http://eprints.unram.ac.id/id/eprint/222

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