Aimée Lahaussois

List of John Benjamins publications for which Aimée Lahaussois plays a role.


Jacques, Guillaume and Aimée Lahaussois 2023 Elevational deixis in the Kiranti verbLinguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 46:1, pp. 6–34 | Article
This article deals with elevational deixis in Kiranti languages, a feature which is pervasive in these languages in both the verbal and nominal domains. The system of elevation is described in most grammars of these languages as tripartite, following the typologically common system comprising… read more
In this article, I explore glossing practices in the period surrounding the publication of the Linguistic Survey of India (LSI), the large-scale survey of languages spoken on the Indian subcontinent at the turn of the 20th century, under the stewardship of George Abraham Grierson (1851–1941). … read more
Lahaussois, Aimée 2017 Ideophones in Khaling RaiLinguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 40:2, pp. 179–201 | Article
In Khaling Rai, a number of lexemes have been found which can be considered ideophones, according to Dingemanse’s (2012: 654) definition of the latter as “marked words depictive of sensory imagery.” This article will describe the different types of ideophones found in Khaling. These ideophones… read more
Jacques, Guillaume, Aimée Lahaussois and Dhan Bahadur Rai 2016 Reflexive paradigms in KhalingLinguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 39:1, pp. 33–48 | Article
Khaling, like other Kiranti languages, has a Reflexive / Middle suffix-si, the main function of which is to reduce the valence of verbs. The present paper describes the complex morphological alternations observed in the reflexive paradigms, and provides a detailed account of the various meanings of… read more
Lahaussois, Aimée 2016 Reflexive derivations in ThulungLinguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 39:1, pp. 49–66 | Article
Thulung Rai, an endangered Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Eastern Nepal, presents two derivational suffixes associated with reflexivization: -si and -s. The first, -si, is quite productive, found in complete paradigms, and derives reflexives, reciprocals, antipassives and anticausatives from… read more
Jacques, Guillaume and Aimée Lahaussois 2014 The auditory demonstrative in KhalingStudies in Language 38:2, pp. 393–404 | Article
This paper shows the existence of an auditory demonstrative in Khaling. The use of the demonstrative is illustrated via examples taken from narrative discourse. It is described here within the context of the spatial demonstrative system, in order to demonstrate how it is specifically used to… read more