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Treebank Statistics: UD_Umbrian-IKUVINA: POS Tags: NOUN

There are 1 NOUN lemmas (4%), 87 NOUN types (31%) and 191 NOUN tokens (32%). Out of 12 observed tags, the rank of NOUN is: 8 in number of lemmas, 1 in number of types and 1 in number of tokens.

The 10 most frequent NOUN lemmas: _

The 10 most frequent NOUN types: puni, tuta, arves, ukri, arviu, ařepes, ferine, veres, arvia, erus

The 10 most frequent ambiguous lemmas: _ (NOUN 191, VERB 164, ADJ 87, PROPN 27, ADV 23, SCONJ 18, NUM 13, CCONJ 9, PRON 8, AUX 4, DET 3)

The 10 most frequent ambiguous types: puni (NOUN 13, SCONJ 1), antakre (ADJ 1, NOUN 1), marte (NOUN 1, PROPN 1), çerfe (PROPN 2, NOUN 1)

Morphology

The form / lemma ratio of NOUN is 87.000000 (the average of all parts of speech is 12.347826).

The 1st highest number of forms (87) was observed with the lemma “_”: ahtim, akeřuniam, antakre, apruf, arves, arvia, arvis, arviu, avef, aves, avif, ařepe, ařeper, ařepes, ařfertur, ařiper, ařipes, buf, erus, esunu, esunum, ferine, furu, habina, hapinaf, hapinaru, iveka, kapi, kapiř, kapiře, krenkatrum, kumne, kureties, kvestretie, marte, mefa, meřs, numem, parfam, perkaf, persklum, pesuntru, pesuntrum, peři, peřum, pir, prinuvatu, prinuvatus, puni, puniçate, puplu, puplum, pure, purka, puste, sehmeniar, sif, stafliiuv, supa, suřuf, tefre, tenzitim, termnes, trifu, tures, turuf, turup, tuta, tutas, tute, ukar, ukri, uvef, vapef, vatuva, vatuvu, vaçetum, vea, veres, veruf, vesklu, vestiça, vestiçam, vinu, vitlaf, vuku, çerfe.

NOUN occurs with 3 features: Case (141; 74% instances), Number (136; 71% instances), Gender (20; 10% instances)

NOUN occurs with 11 feature-value pairs: Case=Abl, Case=Acc, Case=Dat, Case=Gen, Case=Loc, Case=Nom, Gender=Fem, Gender=Masc, Gender=Neut, Number=Plur, Number=Sing

NOUN occurs with 23 feature combinations. The most frequent feature combination is _ (50 tokens). Examples: erus, prinuvatus, ahtim, apruf, iveka, kapiře, meřs, numem, peři, pir

Relations

NOUN nodes are attached to their parents using 9 different relations: obj (68; 36% instances), obl (68; 36% instances), conj (32; 17% instances), nmod (7; 4% instances), nsubj (6; 3% instances), iobj (5; 3% instances), advcl (2; 1% instances), root (2; 1% instances), orphan (1; 1% instances)

Parents of NOUN nodes belong to 5 different parts of speech: VERB (149; 78% instances), NOUN (38; 20% instances), (2; 1% instances), PRON (1; 1% instances), PROPN (1; 1% instances)

84 (44%) NOUN nodes are leaves.

54 (28%) NOUN nodes have one child.

40 (21%) NOUN nodes have two children.

13 (7%) NOUN nodes have three or more children.

The highest child degree of a NOUN node is 5.

Children of NOUN nodes are attached using 14 different relations: amod (63; 36% instances), case (42; 24% instances), conj (32; 18% instances), nummod (12; 7% instances), nmod (9; 5% instances), cc (7; 4% instances), cop (3; 2% instances), det (2; 1% instances), advcl (1; 1% instances), appos (1; 1% instances), dep (1; 1% instances), mark (1; 1% instances), nsubj (1; 1% instances), orphan (1; 1% instances)

Children of NOUN nodes belong to 11 different parts of speech: ADJ (63; 36% instances), ADP (42; 24% instances), NOUN (38; 22% instances), NUM (12; 7% instances), CCONJ (7; 4% instances), VERB (4; 2% instances), AUX (3; 2% instances), DET (3; 2% instances), PRON (2; 1% instances), PROPN (1; 1% instances), SCONJ (1; 1% instances)