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Quoting william drewery <[log in to unmask]>:

> > Frans Plank is the one David Petersen is referring
> > to.
> > He edited a book titled "Double Case: Agreement by
> > Suffixaufnahme",
> > published iun 1995 by Oxford University Press.  (I
> > have never
> > read that volume, just found numerous references to
> > it when
> > googling for "suffixaufnahme".)  Franz Bopp was an
> > early 19th
> > century linguist, one of the founding fathers of
> > historical
> > linguistics.  Coincidentally, he was one of the
> > first to observe
> > suffixaufnahme (in Old Georgian), but I think he
> > wasn't the one
> > who coined the term.
> >
> Yes, you're right. I found a page with a description
> of the book. Bopp took suffixaufnahme to be more or
> less a kind of agreement like in IE languages (which
> it seems to be).

Is anybody considering Suffixaufnahme not to be a kind of agreement? What else
would it be?

                                                                 Andreas