In Greek we add to the radical syllable τυπ-, the inflectional syllable -θην.
Juxtapositional, combinatory, and inflectional strata in the formation of the Aryan language, 138.
There is no inflectional parallel between two men in English and ἀνθρώπω in Greek.
For verbal forms a formula indicating the conjugation (set of inflectional affixes which may be added to them) is given.
Originally, the inflectional suffix had been -de or -ede and in some cases -ode, and the vowels were always pronounced.
In English we add to the radical syllable stag, the inflectional syllable s.
In the inflectional languages each word is like a soldier in his place with his outfit.
Hence a necessity of removing it from the radical, and placing it on an inflectional syllable.
inflectional vowels are mostly levelled to e, but a persists in the infinitives winnan 115, rixan 176, and is found in the pt.
Thus the inflectional system serves to relieve, in part at least, the very difficulty which it creates.