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LaPolla, Randy (2000). Dulong.

URL: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/linguistics/staff/Data/LaPolla/PublicationItems/Papers/DulongGram.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-06-15).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1309&langcode=duu (2018-10-17).

 

Example #1:

    (2)   a. n--  --st        m 
    2dl     NF-RECIP-hit RECIP dl
    You two are arguing/fighting (with each other.)
Example #2:

    b. k--l    jl      s-z               m
    that.way that.way CAUS-hurt               RECIP
    (They) are hurting each other.
Example #3:

    (3)   a.  g--m-
    3sg hit.with.fist-R/M
    He is hitting himself with his fist.
Example #4:

    b.      m--r t-
    3sg face wash-R/M
    He is washing his face.
Example #5:

    (5)    t         p--u  l         w          s- --r
    3sg AGT      Pung DAT         do           CAUS-allow/make
    He made/allowed Pung do (it).
Example #6:

    b. g t         -- r-- 
    1sg AGT 3sg wood carry BEN+1sg
    I carry wood for him.
Example #7:

    c. i-ki m-ki
    NF-eat NEG+NF-eat
    Do you want to eat or not?
Example #8:

    (10) a. g     --     --r
    1sg     go+1sg already
    I went (and came back) already.
Example #9:

    b. n    -    lu        
    2sg    NF-go         ASP         Q
    Did you go?
Example #10:

    (11) t--p% t--p%   n--    dg-- k--     g     s--         tw
    long.ago long.ago TOP dog           words say       know.how     HEARSAY
    (It is said) long ago dogs knew how to talk.
Example #11:

    c. md--     --  br
    car/truck go      fast
    The car goes (can go) quickly.
Example #12:

    d. nit-b--m     m-g--l   g-- mr-- w        l          tw
    mind-many NEG-need ADV field            work DAT go            HEARSAY
    (The parents) could go to work the field without having to worry (about the chil
Example #13:

    e. "p       m"          g      s--     xr    :   tw
    daddy mommy say                able.to ADV      do   HEARSAY
    (It) did this until (the baby) could say "mommy and daddy".
Example #14:

    (15) a.   g      --
    3sg go     NOM be+Q
    Did he go?
Example #15:

    b. p--u    c--n t      st         g--  (< g --)
    Pung Cin AGT hit                 NOM+be
    It was Cin who hit Pung.
Example #16:

    (17) a. g       l       nit
    1sg 3sg return go          remember
    I remember that he went back.
Example #17:

    b.   b--,        g k --     d   --
    3sg go      if     1sg also go+1sg might COP
    If he comes, I might go.
Example #18:

    c.  g      m imli l-    w-- g
    3sg 1sg     must       have.to-go COMP say
    He says I must go.
Example #19:

    (19) a.  t        l      g      --wt
    3sg AGT bring NOM            flower
    the flower(s) he brought
Example #20:

    b. --wt l         g     ts
    flower     bring NOM person
    the person who brought the flower(s)
Example #21:

    d. z br-- s--           g (sr)
    book write NOM do NOM thing
    the thing I use to write books
Example #22:

    e.         t     --    tsr--
    hemp INST use         string
    a string made of hemp
Example #23:

    (20) t--n--    kpl-- z--u       t--n    mn--,
    crossbow body         make finish afterward
    After finishing the body part of the crossbow,
Example #24:

    c-- l-- --     tl-- w--     rm--u-m--u
    one side LOC bow ADV              draw-REDUP
    on one side, (I) draw the shape of a bow,
Example #25:

    dk--       t      puk.
    small.knife INST bore.small.hole+1sg
    (and then) use a small knife to bore a small hole.
Example #26:

    pu               t--n    mn--, n--ts--n--ts--         tl--   z--.
    bore.small.hole finish after           slowly              bow      fit.into+1sg
    After having bored a small hole, (I) slowly fit the bow into the hole.