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We can discuss each of these in turn. The formation of molecular words, since it is a thoroughly human, is never entirely a serious, business; the element of play and ridicule may be involved. There are, that is to say, words whose claim to molecular structure is modest; such are many riming, reduplicative, and other phonemically patterned compounds: harum-scarum (though from "hare" and "scare") hocus-pocus (ridiculing the priest's hoc eat corpus) (related to "hoyden") hoity-toity hubble bubble hugger mugger hurdy-gurdy (from "Shall I?
See particularly p. 21, p. 32, and pp. 53ff. Saumjan makes very profitable use of Reichenbach, Tarski, Quine, and other mathematical logicians; his book begins, in fact, with a quotation from Frege and recognition of his greatness. 3 See A. C. Gimson, An Introduction to the Pronunciation of English (New York, 1962), pp. vii — ix. THE SOUNDS OF ENGLISH (N) 39 Each roster is OPEN, not closed, in order to allow for future changes in the language and for allophones so far unnoticed. The unit-set appears, but neither the null set nor the universal set.
WORD -STRTTCTÜKE 55 decessor and noting the principle of change designated by " + 1". Idiomatic morphemic progressions, progressions from simple to molecular words, are, more often than not, progressions of meaning, but the development of meaning is rarely reflected in form as carefully and faithfully as in (VII)—(IX). Natural languages proceed, as we shall see, particularly when the progression has three or more stages, by mixed and unsuccessive prefixing, suffixing, and infixing. 4. DEVIATIONS FROM WELL-ORDERING As with so many other phenomena in a natural language, so with word-structure: English molecular words are not formed in the regular manner outlined in the preceding section, but their structure can nonetheless be made intelligible, both when it is clear and when it is obscure.
A Mathematical Grammar of English by George Hemphill