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**Last update** 2021-03-06: 250 languages - added `che` (Oklahoma Cherokee) ### What is nominal concord? This process goes by at least two names: **nominal concord** (my preferred term) and **adnominal agreement** (due to, at least, [Ranko Matasović][1]). If you're unfamiliar with this process, a prepublication draft of my survey article is here: [Description and analyses of nominal concord (Parts I-II)][2]. ### Coded data All data for this project is available on [GitHub][3]. However, if you are citing the database for a research project, please use and cite one of the official versions provided in "Official database versions." ### Acknowledgements Heartfelt thanks to the people who have assisted with data collection for this project: Chase Carter, Lyosha Genzel, Lynden Hoge, Lindsay Jones, Robyn Kolozsvari, Jonathan Walls, Isaac Warren, Matthijs Westera, and Ellie Wren-Hardin. [1]: [2]: [3]:
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