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Treebank Statistics: UD_Warlpiri-UFAL: POS Tags: NOUN

There are 26 NOUN lemmas (43%), 40 NOUN types (38%) and 107 NOUN tokens (34%). Out of 8 observed tags, the rank of NOUN is: 1 in number of lemmas, 1 in number of types and 1 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent NOUN lemmas: ngarrka, kurdu, karli, karnta, maliki, miyi, wawirri, pirli, karru, nantuwu

The 10 most frequent NOUN types: ngarrkangku, karli, maliki, kurdungku, kurduku, miyi, Ngarrka, kurdu, karntaku, karntangku

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas:

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types:


The form / lemma ratio of NOUN is 1.538462 (the average of all parts of speech is 1.721311).

The 1st highest number of forms (4) was observed with the lemma “karnta”: Karntagku, karnta, karntaku, karntangku.

The 2nd highest number of forms (3) was observed with the lemma “kurdu”: kurdu, kurduku, kurdungku.

The 3rd highest number of forms (3) was observed with the lemma “ngarrka”: Ngarrka, Ngarrkapatu, ngarrkangku.

NOUN occurs with 2 features: Case (107; 100% instances), Number (42; 39% instances)

NOUN occurs with 17 feature-value pairs: Case=Abs, Case=All, Case=Cau, Case=Cns, Case=Com, Case=Dat, Case=Ela, Case=Erg, Case=Erg,Gen, Case=Gen, Case=Ins, Case=Loc, Case=Per, Number=Dual, Number=Pauc, Number=Plur, Number=Sing

NOUN occurs with 21 feature combinations. The most frequent feature combination is Case=Abs (32 tokens). Examples: karli, maliki, Ngarrka, miyi, kurdu, karnta, ngapa, wawirri, yankirri, Lungkarda


NOUN nodes are attached to their parents using 6 different relations: obj (43; 40% instances), nsubj (41; 38% instances), obl (13; 12% instances), iobj (7; 7% instances), nmod:poss (2; 2% instances), obl:tmod (1; 1% instances)

Parents of NOUN nodes belong to 2 different parts of speech: VERB (105; 98% instances), NOUN (2; 2% instances)

97 (91%) NOUN nodes are leaves.

10 (9%) NOUN nodes have one child.

The highest child degree of a NOUN node is 1.

Children of NOUN nodes are attached using 5 different relations: amod (5; 50% instances), nmod:poss (2; 20% instances), acl (1; 10% instances), aux (1; 10% instances), case (1; 10% instances)

Children of NOUN nodes belong to 4 different parts of speech: ADJ (6; 60% instances), NOUN (2; 20% instances), ADP (1; 10% instances), AUX (1; 10% instances)