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Rob PensalīŦni (2002). Vowel harmony in Jingulu.

URL: http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/dm/featgeom/pensalfini-harmony.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1587&langcode=jig (2018-07-19).

 

Example #1:

    (6) a. bininja            bardakurra
    man                good(m)
    `good man'
Example #2:

    b. nayurni            bardakurrirni
    woman              good(f)
    `good woman    '
Example #3:

    c. babirdimi          bardakurrimi
    yam                good(v)
    `good yam'
Example #4:

    d. darrangku          bardakurru
    tree               good(n)
    `good tree'
Example #5:

    (7)   a.     Ngangarra ngaja-nga-ju.
    wild_rice see-1sg-do
    `I can see wild rice.'
Example #6:

    b.     Ngangarra ngiji-ngurru-ju.
    wild_rice see-1plInc-do
    `We can see wild rice.'
Example #7:

    c.     Ngiji-kunyi-ju ngangarra?
    see-2dl-do wild_rice
    `Can you two see the wild rice?'
Example #8:

    d.     Mankiya-ju ambaya-ju.
    sit-do         talk-do
    `He's sitting down talking.'
Example #9:

    imbiyi-mindu-ju.
    talk-1dlInc-do
    `You and I are sitting, talking language.'
Example #10:

    f.       Ngininiki        dika maja-nga-yi kurlukurlu.
    this(n)          fat get-1sg-fut      small(n)
    `I'll get a little bit of this fat.'
Example #11:

    g.       Ngunu buba miji-yirri!
    dem (n) fire         get-goImpv
    `Go get some firewood!'
Example #12:

    h.       Ngarrabaja-mi jamaniki-rni marliyi-ngirri-ju!
    tell-irr             this(m)-foc     sick-1plExc-do
    `Tell that person that we're sick.'
Example #13:

    i.       Ngirribiji-ji       ngininiki-rna.
    tell-negImpv this(n)-foc
    `Don't go spreading this around!'
Example #14:

    (8)      a.     Wawa-rni ngaja-nyu-nu.
    child-erg see-2Obj-did
    `The child saw you.'
Example #15:

    b.     Ngangarra ngaja-mi!
    wild_rice     see-irr
    `Look at the wild rice!'
Example #16:

    c.     Kijurlurlu-ngkami ngaja-ni-ngurru-ju.
    stone-abl             see-inv -1plInc-do
    `He sees us from the rock.'
Example #17:

    (9) a. *Maja-nya-yirri!/*Miji-nyi-yirri!
    get-2sg-goImpv
    `Go and get it!'
Example #18:

    b. *Ngarrabaja-nya-ji!/*Ngirribiji-nyi-ji
    tell-2sg-negImpv
    `Don't tell anyone!'
Example #19:

    c. *Maja-arna-yirri!/*Miji-irni-yirri!
    get-1Obj- goImpv
    ` Go/come and get us!'
Example #20:

    d. *Ngarrabaja-arna-ji!/*Ngirribiji-irni-ji!
    tell-1Obj-negImpv
    `Don't tell us!'
Example #21:

    e. Arduwa-nama kunyila             langalanga-nya-mi.
    slow-time         2dlnom        think-2sg-irr
    `You just think about it first!'
Example #22:

    f. Ngunya-arna-mi kungka.
    give-1Obj-irr     another(n)
    `Give me another one!'
Example #23:

    g. Ngiji-ngirri-nyu-nu kunyaku.
    see-1plExc-2Obj-did 2dlacc
    `We saw you two.'
Example #24:

    (10) a. Yabanju maja-wanya-mi dunjuwa-kaju wanyu-mi!
    small(n) get-2dlimpv -irr burn-th r u 2dl-irr
    `You two get a little fire going!'
Example #25:

    b. Kunyiyirrini dalkbaja-anya-mi!
    2dlerg    pull-2dlimpv -irr
    `You two pull this!'
Example #26:

    c. Ngaja-arra-mi!
    see-2plimpv -irr
    `Look, you mob!'
Example #27:

    (14) a. Ya-jiyimi bininja.
    3sg-come man
    `The man is coming.'
Example #28:

    b. Ya-ngku            ngurrarrungka.
    3sg- will_com e tomorrow
    `He'll come tomorrow.'
Example #29:

    c. Ya-miki      murdika-mbili.
    3sg-came car-loc
    `He came in a car.'
Example #30:

    (15) a. Nga-ardu.
    1sg-go
    `I'm going.'
Example #31:

    b. Nga-rriyi.
    1sg- will_go
    `I'll go.'
Example #32:

    c. Nga-rruku idajku.
    1sg-went yesterday
    `I went (there) yesterday.'
Example #33:

    (16) a. Wayabij            nya-ju.
    tired              2sg-do
    `You are tired.'
Example #34:

    b. Ngindi-mbili       nga-nu.
    here-loc           1sg-did
    `I did it here.'
Example #35:

    c. Wurraka-na         ya-yi.
    3plgen- m          3sg-fut
    `He'll do it for them.'
Example #36:

    d. Yukulurrubi        ya-marriyi             nginimbili.
    grass_species      3sg-did(dist)          here
    `Yukulurrubi used to be here.'
Example #37:

    (17) a. Ajuwara manyan nya-nu?                   - Ngindi-mbili nga-nu.
    where          sleep             2sg-did   d em -loc       1sg-did
    `Where did you sleep?'                   - `I did it there.'
Example #38:

    b. Ajuwara manyan nya-nu?                   - *Ngindi-mbili (manyan) nga.
    where          sleep             2sg-did   d em -loc       sleep         1sg
    `Where did you sleep?'                   - `I (slept) there.'
Example #39:

    d. Ngini-mbilimankiya-nga-yi,                 ngawu           nga-yi.
    here           sit-1sg-fut                 home            1sg-fut
    `I'll stay here, I will (stay) home.'
Example #40:

    (22)     Ngaja-ana-ju.
    see-1Obj-do
    He/she sees me/us.
Example #41:

    (23) a. Bininja-rni           ngurraku ngaja-ana-ju.
    man-erg               1plIncaccsee-1Obj- do
    The man can see us.
Example #42:

    b. Bininja-rni           ngurraku ngaja-ni-ngurru-ju.
    man-erg               1plIncaccsee-inv-1plInc-do
    The man can see us.