Adinda Sulistiyani, Alivia Nurul Fauza, Eni Rahayu, Fadillah Rohmilia


This descriptive qualitative study aims at finding out one of the morphological processes that is reduplication in Sundanese language in pupuh Maskumambang. This research has purpose to explore the types of reduplication and the function of reduplication founded in pupuh Maskumambang based on morphology and semantic analysis in English translation. The data were gained from document analysis refers to the subject which the data obtained. The data source is video cover by Hirny Dzuhaira Elfath from Leles, Kasomalang, Subang. Besides that, the researcher collects the data as detail and complex in any relevant sources to fix the problems of this study. After analysed the data of reduplication in pupuh Maskumambang using word by word translation technique, the researcher concluded that there are two types of reduplication in Sundanese language in pupuh Maskumambang, namely: full and partial reduplications with each function

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