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Features

Lexical features
PronType
NumType
Poss
Reflex
Inflectional features
Nominal Verbal
Gender VerbForm
Animacy Mood
Number Tense
Case Aspect
Definite Voice
Degree Person
Negative

Animacy: animacy

Animacy is not used in Latvian as morphological feature.

edit Animacy

Aspect: aspect

This document is a placeholder for the language-specific documentation for Aspect.

edit Aspect

Case: case

Latvian features case for nouns (NOUN, PROPN), adjectives (ADJ), some numerals (NUM), some participles (VERB with VerbForm=Part) and some pronouns (PRON and DET).

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Definite: definiteness or state

Latvian features gender for adjectives (ADJ) and ordinal numerals and some participles (VERB with VerbForm=Part).

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Degree: degree of comparison

Latvian features degree for adjectives (ADJ), some participles (VERB with VerbForm=Part) and some adverbs (ADV). Ordinal numerals usually have first degree (pirmais “the first”), however in informal language ordinal numeral forms with higher degrees can be formed (pirmākais, vispirmākais). Such informal cases are not correctly represented in this treebank.

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Gender: gender

Latvian features gender for nouns (NOUN, PROPN), adjectives (ADJ), some numerals (NUM), some participles (VERB with VerbForm=Part or VerbForm=Conv) and some pronouns (PRON and DET).

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Traditional dictionaries describe some nouns, e.g., bende, aitasgalva as having common gender, but in Latvian Treebank these are anotated as masculine or feminine based on context and/or singular dative form which differs depending on contextual gender.

edit Gender

Mood: mood

This document is a placeholder for the language-specific documentation for Mood.

edit Mood

Negative: whether the word can be or is negated

This document is a placeholder for the language-specific documentation for Negative.

edit Negative

NumType: numeral type

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edit NumType

Number: number

Latvian features number for nouns (NOUN, PROPN), adjectives (ADJ), some numerals (NUM), verbs (VERB) and some pronouns (PRON and DET).

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edit Number

Person: person

This document is a placeholder for the language-specific documentation for Person.

edit Person

Poss: possessive

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edit Poss

PronType: pronominal type

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edit PronType

Reflex: reflexive

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edit Reflex

Tense: tense

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edit Tense

VerbForm: form of verb or deverbative

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edit VerbForm

Voice: voice

This document is a placeholder for the language-specific documentation for Voice.

edit Voice