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In linguistic morphology, heteroclisis is the property of words which show mixed inflection category membership.


Maiden, Marten (2009). "Where does heteroclisis come from? Evidence from Romanian dialects". Morphology. 19: 59–86. doi:10.1007/s11525-009-9130-0. 

Noyer, Rolf (2004). "A constraint on interclass syncretism". Yearbook of Morphology: 273–315. 

Stump, Gregory T. (2006). "Heteroclisis and paradigm linkage". Language. 82: 279–322. 

Category:Linguistic morphology