On Hungarian morphology (Linguistica) by Andras Kornai

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Of the remaining 10 entries under the diagonal, two (NOSZF and MAFC) could be excluded on the basis that they are acronyms (these were the only acronyms included in the corpus, because the ‘spelling pronunciations’ *en´oeszef and *emaefc´e are never heard), and two (Apc and Szakcs) because they are proper names. One (borscs ‘kind of soup’) is the single example of its type, and another one (szomj ‘thirst’) can be argued to end in [h] rather than [j] on the surface. But no matter how hard one tries, there seems to be no way to exclude f¨ust ‘smoke’, szaft ‘gravy’, recept ‘prescription’ or akt ‘nude’.

Class III contains the regular neutral vowel stems, Class IV contains the exceptional front vowel stems, and Class V contains the regular front vowel stems. The distribution of exceptional vowels will be discussed in greater detail later on. The partitioning into classes is justified by the fact that other quaternary suffixes will take the alternant with the same vowel. Indeed, no stem can subcategorize for -ak in the plural but -ot in the accusative, and in general the distributions of the quaternary alternants, as far as it can be established,19 are completely parallel.

The lack of geminate onsets in Hungarian appears to be a purely ‘static’ well-formedness condition in the sense that no rules are necessary to enforce it: as there are no single-consonant prefixes in Hungarian, the disallowed combinations simply do not arise. This observation indicates that even static conditions can have priority over the generalization expressed in (32). Fourth, dynamic well-formedness conditions or, equivalently, the phonological rules enforcing these, can also distort the picture.

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