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Back-formation in the history of the Lithuanian prefixal verbsThis paper discusses the development of several Lithuanian prefixal verbs (su-bradžióti 'to do a wrong thing', iš-skìlti 'to strike spark', at-vérti / už-vérti 'to open / to close', iš-réikšti 'to express', ap-àkti 'to go blind') and their relation to simplex forms (bradžióti 'wade; do a wrong thing', skìlti 'to strike spark', vérti 'to thread; to prick; to open; to close', réikšti 'to express, to mean', àkti 'to go blind'). Whatdoi:10.11649/abs.2014.005 fatcat:q76bq42pkffe5d2vfnt7p6lndi