Reduplication in Poguli

Neelofar Hussain Wani, Aadil Amin Kak

Abstract


Abstract: The paper puts forth reduplication in Poguli which is being spoken in Pīr Panjāl of Jammu and Kashmir and is a linguistic diversity in itself considering the widevariety of languages/dialects spoken in that belt. It begins with the brief introduction to the language and the region which is followed by a study of theoretical aspects of reduplication delving its types and role. The paper focuses on complete reduplication and echo-word formation of Poguli.

Key words: Poguli, Reduplication, Linguistic Diversity, Variation, EchoFormation.



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