ODIN

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David Y. Oshima (2008). Semantic divergence of -(r)are.

URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~davidyo/docs/rare.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2699&langcode=jpn (2018-10-17).

 

Example #1:

    a.   Max-ga Pat-ni nagur-are-ta.
    Max-Nom Pat-Dat hit-RARE-Past
    `Max was hit by Pat.'
Example #2:

    a.     Maxi -ga Pat-ni (zibuni -no) musuko-o nagur-are-ta.
    Max-Nom Pat-Dat self-Gen son-Acc hit-RARE-Past
    `Max had his son hit by Pat.'
Example #3:

    Max-ga Pat-ni John-o nagu-rare-ta.
    Max-Nom Pat-Dat John-Acc hit-RARE-Past
    `Pat hit John on Max.'
Example #4:

    (6)          Mukasi-ga     sinob-are-ru.
    old.time-Nom think.about-RARE-Pres
    `Old times come to mind.'
Example #5:

    (7)     Kikoribito-domo-mo kokoronarazu maw-are-keri.
    wood.cutter-Pl-also involuntarily dance-RAR-Past
    `Wood cutters too danced willy-nilly.'
Example #6:

    (8)     Kaze-no oto-ni-      zo         odorok-are-nuru.
    wind-Gen sound-      Dat-Emph be.surprised-RAR-Perf
    `(I) got surprised   at the sound of the wind.'
Example #7:

    (9)     Taro-wa doko-demo sugu-ni ne-rare-ru.
    Taro-Top wherever soon sleep-RARE-Pres
    `Taro is able to fall asleep at once, wherever he is.'
Example #8:

    (10)      a.    Sensei-ga      hon-o     kat-ta.
    teacher-Nom    book-Acc buy-Past
    `The teacher   bought a book.'
Example #9:

    b.    Sensei-ga      hon-o     kaw-are-ta.
    teacher-Nom    book-Acc buy-RARE-Past
    `The teacher   bought a book. (hon.)'
Example #10:

    (13)    a.    (Tukue-no ue-ni) hon-ga         aru. (existence)
    desk-Gen top-Loc book-Nom be.Pres
    `There is a book (on the desk).'
Example #11:

    b.    Taro-ni [musuko-ga aru]. (possession)
    Taro-Dat son-Nom be.Pres
    `Taro has a son.'
Example #12:

    (16)     a.  Mukasi-o       omoidas-ita.
    old.time-Acc recall-Past
    `(I) recalled old times.'
Example #13:

    b. Mukasi-ga        omoidas-are-ta.
    old.time-Nom recall-RARE-Past
    `Old times came to (my) mind.'