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Abstract


On The Origins of the Turkic 3sg Possessive Suffix and the pronominal /N/
Since the earliest written records of Turkic, there is a so-called pronominal /n/ sound which appears between the 3sg person possessive suffix and any suffix attached to it. The recent studies have shown that this /n/ also rarely appears in the nominative case, thus without any suffix attached to it. Taking into account the new findings, the origin of the 3sg person possessive suffix and the pronominal /n/ is explored. It is concluded that the /n/ is an archaic genitive suffix attached to the possessive suffix which itself comes from an obsolete pronoun of the 3sg person.

Keywords
Old Turkic, Proto-Turkic, Proto-Yeniseian, possessive suffix, pronominal /n/, genitive case



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