ODIN

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Fernando Zuniga (2002). Inverse Systems in Indigenous Languages of the Americas.

URL: http://www.dissertationen.unizh.ch/2003/zuniga/zuniga02.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3537&langcode=arn (2019-05-19).

 

Example #1:

    a. Truf-Truf             mle-ymu.
    T.                    be-2dIND
    `Youd live in Truftruf.'
Example #2:

    b. Petu          rue-w-i.
    still         scratch-REFL-IND
    `She is scratching herself.'
Example #3:

    Chi        pu    che        kintu-yngn       chi      mkuwe muday.
    ART        p     people     search-3pIND      ART      jar                  corn.liquor
    `This people looked for the jar with corn liquor.'
Example #4:

    a. Ngr mtrm-e-y-ew             willi.
    fox     call-E-IND-3A           otter
    `The otter called the fox / the fox was called by the otter.'
Example #5:

    b. Mtrm-e-n-ew           chi     kalku.
    call-E-1sIND-3A         ART     warlock
    `The warlock called me.'
Example #6:

    b. Kim-la-fi-n                            ti        achmalle.
    know-NEG-3O-1sIND ART                            midget
    `I do not know this midget.'                     (Smeets 1989:535)
Example #7:

    c. Rume weda-ka-ke-fu-fi                         feyti doy         nie-nu-lu.
    very        treat.badly-CONT-HAB-RI-3O        ART      more     have-NEG-LU
    `Heprox used to treat very badly thoseobv who had less [than he had].'
Example #8:

    c. Wl-i        i       ruka kie wingka            mew.
    give-IND 3POSS       house one       foreigner   PPOS
    `She gave (i.e. sold) her house to a foreigner.'         (Augusta 1916:256)
Example #9:

    d. Wl-nge-y           i      ruka kie wingka                 mew.
    give-PASS-IND      3POSS   house one         foreigner      PPOS
    `Her house was given (i.e. sold) to a foreigner.'
Example #10:

    a2. Wee-ma-ma-nge-y-mi                  waka tami         fotm.
    steal-APPL-APPL-PASS-IND-2s             cow        2sPOSS son.of.man
    `Yours son's cow was stolen / they stole yours son's cow.'
Example #11:

    b1. Wee-ma-e-y-mi-mew             tami       waka.
    steal-APPL-INV-IND-2s-3A         2sPOSS cow
    `She stole yours cow.'
Example #12:

    b2. Wee-ma-ma-e-y-mi-mew                waka tami         fotm.
    steal-APPL-APPL-INV-IND-2s-3A           cow        2sPOSS son.of.man
    `She stole yours son's cow.'
Example #13:

    Wenter i                pe]O,          [ngapitu-pe-y]V                   [i           chaw]A.
    W.           3POSS       child.of.woman take.for.wife-CERT-IND 1sPOSS father
    daughter.'
Example #14:

    a. Yel-me-tu-a-fi-                         i          kawellu.
    bring-AND-back-FUT-3O-1sIND              3POSS       horse
    `I will go and bring him his horse back.'              (Augusta 1903:97)
Example #15:

    b. Iney kam pe-pa-e-ymi-mew?
    who    Q            see-CIS-e-2sIND-3A
    `Who came to see yous?'         (Coa 1930:248)
Example #16:

    c. Tfachi pichi m dewma la-ya-fu-lu                         iche pe-pa-e-n-ew.
    this       little    bird   already die-FUT-RI-LU 1s                 see-CIS-E-1sIND-3A
    `This little bird came to see me when I was dying.'                  (Coa 1930:
Example #17:

    d. Elel-rpa-tu-a-e-n                                 tai           kawellu.
    deliver-on.way.here-again-FUT-E-1sIND              1sPOSS         horse
    `Return to me my horse on yours way back.'                   (Augusta 1903:98)
Example #18:

    e. Pichintu            mle-me-a-n.
    a.short.while       be-AND-FUT-1sIND
    `I will go and stay a short while.'           (Augusta 1903:96)
Example #19:

    a. Mtrm-nge-n.
    call-PASS-1sIND
    `I was called / someone called me.'            (Salas 1992:133)
Example #20:

    b. Mtrm-el-nge-n          tachi trewa.
    call-BEN-PASS-1sIND ART           dog
    `They / someone set the dog on me.'             (Salas 1992:133)
Example #21:

    c. Chew i           amu-n?       Kim-nge-la-y.
    where 3POSS     go-N         know-PASS-NEG-IND
    `Where had she gone? No one knew.'                (Salas 1992:226)
Example #22:

    d. El-nge-me-y                chillka ayechi ruka mew.
    leave-PASS-AND-IND       letter         that        house PPOS
    letter in that house).' (Augusta 1903:97)
Example #23:

    e. Ye-me-nge-y              chi        machi.
    bring-AND-PASS-IND ART            shaman
    `They / someone went to bring the shaman.'                (Salas 1992:229)
Example #24:

    Kom ant lkantu-nge-ke-y                              tiechi   ruka mew.
    all      day         sing-PASS-HAB-IND                 that     house PPOS
    `All day long people sing in that house.'
Example #25:

    tai      llowtu-a-el          doy     newen      pll ...
    3POSS     receive-FUT-EL       more    powerful   spirit
    spirit ...'
Example #26:

    a. Ka katr-l-mu-a-n                ta         kie koyam.
    and cut-APPL-   MU-FUT-1sIND     PART       one      oak
    `Youd will fell an oak for me as well.'
Example #27:

    c. Katr-l-mu-me-a-n                tfa mew,          tantu-l-mu-a-n.
    cut-APPL-   MU-AND-FUT-1sIND     here PPOS          fell-APPL-   MU-FUT-1sIND
    `Youd will go and fell [it] to me there, you will fell [it] for me.'