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Nino Amiridze (2002). On Georgian Reciprocals and Their Sub ject Uses.

URL: http://www.let.uu.nl/~Nino.Amiridze/personal/papers/reciprocals/reciprocals-handout.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2705&langcode=ell (2020-08-07).


Example #1:

    [O eaftosj tui ]j ton  provlimatizi [ton Petro]i
    The self   his CL(ACC) puzzle-3SG the Peter(ACC)
    "Himself puzzles Peter"
Example #2:

    a. Tin Maria     tin   provlimatizi/enoxli/anisihi o eaftos tis
    The Mary-ACC CL-ACC puzzles/bothers/worries the self-NOM her
    "Mary is puzzled/bothered/worried with/at/by herself"
Example #3:

    b. *Tin Maria   den tin    thavmazi/aghapai o eaftos     tis
    The Mary-ACC not CL-ACC admires/likes    the self-NOM her
    Herself doesn't admire/like Mary
Example #4:

    a. *O enas ton al lo anisixun to Yani kje ti Maria.
    the one the other worry the Yani and the Maria
    "Each other worry Yani and Maria."
Example #5:

    b. O Yanis kje i Maria anisixun O enas ton al lo.
    The Yani and the Maria worry the one the other
    "Yani and Maria worry each other."