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Treebank Statistics: UD_Old_Turkish-Tonqq: POS Tags: PROPN

There are 1 PROPN lemmas (8%), 11 PROPN types (10%) and 19 PROPN tokens (9%). Out of 13 observed tags, the rank of PROPN is: 10 in number of lemmas, 3 in number of types and 4 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent PROPN lemmas: _

The 10 most frequent PROPN types: 饜眳饜皣饜凹饜皻, 饜眱饜皢饜蔼饜案饜案, 饜眳饜碍饜凹饜皟, 饜眱饜皦饜皫饜安饜按饜皜, 饜皟饜盃饜眳饜凹饜熬, 饜皢饜皫饜皶饜皫, 饜安饜皢饜皫饜皷, 饜按饜皟饜眱饜蔼饜皫, 饜眱饜皦饜皫饜安, 饜眱饜皦饜皫饜安饜皫

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: _ (PUNCT 82, NOUN 40, VERB 26, PROPN 19, AUX 13, ADJ 12, ADV 8, NUM 6, PRON 6, ADP 3, PART 3, SCONJ 2, CCONJ 1)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types:

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of PROPN is 11.000000 (the average of all parts of speech is 8.076923).

The 1st highest number of forms (11) was observed with the lemma 鈥淿鈥: 饜皟饜盃饜眳饜凹饜熬, 饜皢饜皫饜皶饜皫, 饜安饜皢饜皫饜皷, 饜按饜皟饜眱饜蔼饜皫, 饜眱饜皢饜蔼饜案饜案, 饜眱饜皦饜皫饜安, 饜眱饜皦饜皫饜安饜皫, 饜眱饜皦饜皫饜安饜皯饜皜, 饜眱饜皦饜皫饜安饜按饜皜, 饜眳饜皣饜凹饜皻, 饜眳饜碍饜凹饜皟.

PROPN does not occur with any features.

Relations

PROPN nodes are attached to their parents using 8 different relations: compound (5; 26% instances), nsubj (4; 21% instances), conj (3; 16% instances), obl (3; 16% instances), nmod (1; 5% instances), obj (1; 5% instances), root (1; 5% instances), vocative (1; 5% instances)

Parents of PROPN nodes belong to 4 different parts of speech: VERB (8; 42% instances), NOUN (7; 37% instances), PROPN (3; 16% instances), (1; 5% instances)

5 (26%) PROPN nodes are leaves.

7 (37%) PROPN nodes have one child.

5 (26%) PROPN nodes have two children.

2 (11%) PROPN nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a PROPN node is 4.

Children of PROPN nodes are attached using 7 different relations: punct (12; 50% instances), amod (3; 13% instances), conj (3; 13% instances), nmod (3; 13% instances), appos (1; 4% instances), cc (1; 4% instances), nsubj (1; 4% instances)

Children of PROPN nodes belong to 6 different parts of speech: PUNCT (12; 50% instances), NOUN (4; 17% instances), ADJ (3; 13% instances), PROPN (3; 13% instances), CCONJ (1; 4% instances), PRON (1; 4% instances)