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Errata A number of errors were discovered in the paper "Hypocoristic word formation in Malay: TETU and anti-faithfulness," by Daiki Hashimoto, published in Oceanic Linguistics 54(2):534­47, December 2015, too late for correction in that issue. List of Errata p.534: All references to Azrin and Rin should be replaced by Azlin and Lin, respectively. p.538: In (8a), change ALL-FT-R to ALL-FT-L. p.538: In (8b), change the formulation of ALL-FT-L as follows: ALL-FT-L: Assign one violation mark for every syllable that intervenes between the left edge of PrWd and FT. p.539: In (9a), change Az.rin Rin to Az.lin Lin. p.540: In (13b), change Fa.ha.ru.din to Fa.kha.ru.din. p.540: In (13c), change Ro.ma.ri.a Ma.ri.a to Ros.ma.ri.a Ma.ri.a. p.543: In (24), change ALL-FT-R to ALL-FT-L. p.543: In (26), change Adila to Adira. p.544: 3rd line under (29), change Daliah Liah [li.jah] / *[li.ja] to Dalilah Lilah [li.lah] / *[li.la]. Notes I adapted the prosodic constraints in (8) and the ANCHOR constraint in (20) from Prince and Smolensky (2004) and McCarthy and Prince (1995), respectively, and employed the combination tableau (McCarthy 2008:46-47) in (8c) for the ranking argument. In addition, note that this study is not the first study to employ the BT anti-faithfulness, but Cohn (2005) and Downing (2006:176) also discussed it. Cohn (2005) employed REALIZEMORPHEME to capture the fact that Indonesian hypocoristics violate the minimal word [], and Downing (2006:176) employed BASE TRUNC to ensure that hypocoristic forms of disyllabic names do not satisfy the prosodic stem minimality TRUNC=PRSTEM. DAIKI HASHIMOTO University of Tokyo and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oceanic Linguistics University of Hawai'I Press

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Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 55 (1) – May 26, 2016

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A number of errors were discovered in the paper "Hypocoristic word formation in Malay: TETU and anti-faithfulness," by Daiki Hashimoto, published in Oceanic Linguistics 54(2):534­47, December 2015, too late for correction in that issue. List of Errata p.534: All references to Azrin and Rin should be replaced by Azlin and Lin, respectively. p.538: In (8a), change ALL-FT-R to ALL-FT-L. p.538: In (8b), change the formulation of ALL-FT-L as follows: ALL-FT-L: Assign one violation mark for every syllable that intervenes between the left edge of PrWd and FT. p.539: In (9a), change Az.rin Rin to Az.lin Lin. p.540: In (13b), change Fa.ha.ru.din to Fa.kha.ru.din. p.540: In (13c), change Ro.ma.ri.a Ma.ri.a to Ros.ma.ri.a Ma.ri.a. p.543: In (24), change ALL-FT-R to ALL-FT-L. p.543: In (26), change Adila to Adira. p.544: 3rd line under (29), change Daliah Liah [li.jah] / *[li.ja] to Dalilah Lilah [li.lah] / *[li.la]. Notes I adapted the prosodic constraints in (8) and the ANCHOR constraint in (20) from Prince and Smolensky (2004) and McCarthy and Prince (1995), respectively, and employed the combination tableau (McCarthy 2008:46-47) in (8c) for the ranking argument. In addition, note that this study is not the first study to employ the BT anti-faithfulness, but Cohn (2005) and Downing (2006:176) also discussed it. Cohn (2005) employed REALIZEMORPHEME to capture the fact that Indonesian hypocoristics violate the minimal word [], and Downing (2006:176) employed BASE TRUNC to ensure that hypocoristic forms of disyllabic names do not satisfy the prosodic stem minimality TRUNC=PRSTEM. DAIKI HASHIMOTO University of Tokyo and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

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