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Horr-i-sonus ‘making a dreadful noise’ (horr- e -re ‘to tremble at’, horr-id-us ‘bristling’), just like alb-i-capillus ‘white-haired’, sicc-oculus ‘dry-eyed’, etc. g. cor-dol-ium [heart-grieving] ‘heartfelt grief ’ (dol- e -re ‘feel pain, hurt; grieve’). The inherently stative roots are unspeciWed for lexical category. To occur in syntax, they require special suYxes, namely verbal liqu- e -, adjectival liqu-id-. In compounds, roots can occur with no category marker because the lexical/syntactic category is relevant only in a syntactic context (cf.
Helmut Rix et al. ), Lexikon der indogermanischen Verben: Die Wurzeln und ihre Prima¨rstamm-bildungen. 2nd edn. Wiesbaden: Ludwig Reichert (2001). Lilian Hamilton JeVery and Alan W. Johnston, The Local Scripts of Archaic Greece. 2nd edn. Oxford: Clarendon Press (1990). Henry G. ), A Greek–English Lexicon (1940). 9th edn. With Supplement, ed. E. A. Barber et al. (1968). Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Repr. ) Hans Kurath, Sherman M. Kuhn, J. Reidy, Robert E. Lewis, et al. ), Middle English Dictionary.
All Clear!: Idioms in Context ( Book 2 ) by Helen Kalkstein Fragiadakis