Adjectivity vs Adjectivality - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Adjectivity is a related term of adjectivality.
As nouns the difference between adjectivity and adjectivality
is that adjectivity
is the state or condition of being an adjective while adjectivality
is the state or condition of being adjectival.
The state or condition of being an adjective.
* 1995 , Robert Beard, Lexeme-morpheme Base Morphology
* 1999 , Peter Ackema, Issues in Morphosyntax
- To the extent that predicate position is an indication of adjectivity , however, soon represents no radical departure from the norm.
* 2001 , Östen Dahl, Past and Present
- Note that the declensional schwa appearing under certain conditions on prenominal adjectives in Dutch is not a bona fide adjectivity marker.
- adjectivity is often indicated by the means of derivational morphology
The state or condition of being adjectival.
* 2006 , Andrew Rosta, in Kensei Sugayama and Richard A. Hudson (editors), Word Grammar: New Perspectives on a Theory of Language Structure , Continuum International Publishing Group, ISBN 9780826486455,
- An adjective leave an adjectival trace, So if <e''> is complement of ''wax'' in (66), <''e''> would have to share the adjectivality of ''wroth .