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Partial reduplication involves a reduplication of only part of the word.For example, Marshallese forms words meaning 'to wear X' by reduplicating the last consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) sequence of a base, i.e.Siis kipeäkipeä" ("I wasn't at school yesterday because I was sick.Sick-sick, that is"), meaning one was actually suffering from an illness and is not making up excuses as usual.However, reduplication often occurs with other phonological and morphological process, such as deletion, affixation of non-reduplicating material, etc.For instance, in Tz'utujil a new '-ish' adjective form is derived from other words by suffixing the reduplicated first consonant of the base followed by the segment This combination of reduplication and affixation is commonly referred to as fixed-segment reduplication.
All of these Indo-European inherited reduplicating forms are subject to reduction by other phonological laws.
In reduplication, the reduplicant is most often repeated only once.
However, in some languages, reduplication can occur more than once, resulting in a tripled form, and not a duple as in most reduplication.
Reduplication can be used to refer to the most prototypical instance of a word's meaning.
In such a case, it is called contrastive focus reduplication.
Reduplication in linguistics is a morphological process in which the root or stem of a word (or part of it) or even the whole word is repeated exactly or with a slight change.