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Treebank Statistics: UD_Turkish_German-SAGT: Features: Gender

This feature is universal. It occurs with 3 different values: Fem, Masc, Neut.

5209 tokens (14%) have a non-empty value of Gender. 1521 types (23%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Gender. 1260 lemmas (33%) occur at least once with a non-empty value of Gender. The feature is used with 5 part-of-speech tags: NOUN (2108; 6% instances), PRON (1403; 4% instances), DET (1084; 3% instances), PROPN (342; 1% instances), ADJ (272; 1% instances).

NOUN

2108 NOUN tokens (40% of all NOUN tokens) have a non-empty value of Gender.

The most frequent other feature values with which NOUN and Gender co-occurred: Number[psor]=EMPTY (2108; 100%), Person[psor]=EMPTY (2108; 100%), Number=Sing (1662; 79%).

NOUN tokens may have the following values of Gender:

Paradigm TürkischMascFemNeut
Case=AccTürkischTürkisch
Case=DatTürkisch
Case=NomTürkischTürkisch

Gender seems to be lexical feature of NOUN. 98% lemmas (936) occur only with one value of Gender.

PRON

1403 PRON tokens (34% of all PRON tokens) have a non-empty value of Gender.

The most frequent other feature values with which PRON and Gender co-occurred: Number=Sing (1256; 90%), Case=Nom (1011; 72%), Person=EMPTY (732; 52%).

PRON tokens may have the following values of Gender:

Paradigm derMascFemNeut
Case=Acc|Definite=Def|Number=Sing|PronType=Artdiedas, des
Case=Acc|Definite=Def|Number=Plur|PronType=Artdie
Case=Acc|Number=Sing|Person=3das
Case=Acc|Number=Sing|PronType=Demdendiedas, den
Case=Acc|Number=Sing|PronType=Reldendiedas
Case=Acc|Number=Plur|PronType=Demdiedie
Case=Acc|Number=Plur|PronType=Reldiedie
Case=Dat|Definite=Def|Number=Sing|PronType=Demdem
Case=Dat|Number=Sing|PronType=Demdemder
Case=Dat|Number=Plur|PronType=Demdenen
Case=Gen|Definite=Def|Number=Sing|PronType=Artdes
Case=Gen|Number=Sing|PronType=Demdessen
Case=Gen|Number=Plur|PronType=Demderen
Case=Nom|Definite=Def|Number=Sing|PronType=Artdiedas, des
Case=Nom|Definite=Def|Number=Plur|PronType=Artdiedie
Case=Nom|Number=SingDas
Case=Nom|Number=Sing|PronType=Demder, diediedas, die
Case=Nom|Number=Sing|PronType=Relderdie, derdas, die
Case=Nom|Number=PlurDas
Case=Nom|Number=Plur|PronType=Demdiediedie, das
Case=Nom|Number=Plur|PronType=Reldiediedie

DET

1084 DET tokens (63% of all DET tokens) have a non-empty value of Gender.

The most frequent other feature values with which DET and Gender co-occurred: PronType=Art (935; 86%), Number=Sing (915; 84%), Definite=Def (689; 64%).

DET tokens may have the following values of Gender:

Paradigm derMascFemNeut
Case=Acc|Number=Singdendie, dendas
Case=Acc|Number=Plurdie, dendie, dendie
Case=Dat|Number=Singdem, derderdem
Case=Dat|Number=Plurdenden, derden
Case=Gen|Number=Singderderdes
Case=Gen|Number=Plurderder
Case=Nom|Number=Singderdiedas, der
Case=Nom|Number=Plurdiediedie

PROPN

342 PROPN tokens (39% of all PROPN tokens) have a non-empty value of Gender.

The most frequent other feature values with which PROPN and Gender co-occurred: Number=Sing (325; 95%).

PROPN tokens may have the following values of Gender:

Paradigm DeutschlandFemNeut
Case=AccDeutschland
Case=DatDeutschlandDeutschland
Case=NomDeutschland

Gender seems to be lexical feature of PROPN. 95% lemmas (187) occur only with one value of Gender.

ADJ

272 ADJ tokens (15% of all ADJ tokens) have a non-empty value of Gender.

The most frequent other feature values with which ADJ and Gender co-occurred: Number=Sing (205; 75%).

ADJ tokens may have the following values of Gender:

Paradigm gutMascFemNeut
Case=Acc|Number=Singguten
Case=Nom|Number=Singguter, gutesbeste
Case=Nom|Number=Plurgutegute

Relations with Agreement in Gender

The 10 most frequent relations where parent and child node agree in Gender: NOUN –[det]–> DET (868; 86%), NOUN –[amod]–> ADJ (200; 76%), NOUN –[nmod]–> PRON (93; 52%), PROPN –[det]–> DET (37; 73%), NOUN –[reparandum]–> NOUN (23; 51%), PROPN –[amod]–> ADJ (10; 71%), PRON –[det]–> DET (8; 53%), PROPN –[appos]–> PROPN (8; 100%), DET –[reparandum]–> DET (7; 88%), PROPN –[nmod]–> PRON (4; 67%).