agglutinative languages meaning
- or agglutinative languages plural noun
Languages in which words are inflected by agglutination
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- Sona is an agglutinative language with a strong tendency towards being an isolating language.
- However, extreme derivations similar to ones found in typical agglutinative languages do exist.
- The Andamanese languages are agglutinative languages, with an extensive prefix and suffix system.
- This allows linguists to write relatively simple syntactic grammars, even for agglutinative languages.
- Like most Siberian languages, Manchu is an agglutinative language that demonstrates limited vowel harmony.