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Considered an external mental grammar. Speakers switch from an existing language to a secret one language through regular application of phonological rules-morphological derivation. Secret languages also use concepts that are independently motivated in phonology and morphology, esp syllable and beginning. One secret language is Pig Latin.
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In one variant there are words that start with vowels with the suffix way. Words beginning with a consonant or consonant cluster shift the entire beginning sequence to the end and are supplemented by “Is this noun in my lexicon?” Probably not. This compound is formed very productive process and nothing irregular is involved. He is completely composed and fully motivated.
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The head expresses the basic meaning of the compound expression and belongs to the same lexical category as the compound as a Whole. For example, goldfish is an endocentric compound. Compounds whose lexical category or the meaning is not determinable from the head, they are exocentric.
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When discussing compounds linguists sometimes use the terms endocentric and exocentric. These terms are related concepts motivation and composition. An endocentric compound is one that has a head. Endocentric compounds Exocentric compounds.
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Words like this that are used but not stored are called nonce or hapax legomena forms. A nonce means ‘a special occasion’ and hapax legomena is a Greek term meaning ‘once said’ used to denote words that occur only once in the recorded corpus of a given language.