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The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

M.R. Manzini and L.M. Savoia (1999). The syntax of middle-reflexive and object clitics.

URL: http://www.unifi.it/unifi/linguistica/Manzini/Manzini-Mandala.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 555&langcode=aae (2018-09-26).

 

Example #1:

    a.      E "SOGEn
    him they-see
    "They see him"
Example #2:

    b.     i "japEn k"[email protected]
    to-him they-give this
    "They give this to him"
Example #3:

    c.     j a "japEn
    to-him it they-give
    "They give it to him"
Example #4:

    d.     [email protected] "SOGEn
    me they-see
    "They see me"
Example #5:

    e.     m E "japEn
    to-me it they-give
    "They give it to me"
Example #6:

    e.    t E "[email protected]
    to-you(sg) it I-give
    "I give it to you"
Example #7:

    a.      E kiS "pa:4
    him he-had seen
    "He had seen him"
Example #8:

    b.      i kiS "[email protected] k"[email protected]
    to-him he-had given this
    "He had given tis to him"
Example #9:

    c.      ja-i kiS "[email protected]
    to-him it he-had given
    "He had given it to him"
Example #10:

    d.      m kiS "pa:4
    me he-had seen
    "He had seen me"
Example #11:

    e.      m E kiS "[email protected]
    to-me it he-had given
    "He had given it to me"
Example #12:

    a.     E kOm "la:r
    it I-have washed
    "I have washed it"
Example #13:

    a.     ([email protected]) E/i "kamm- E/i "[email protected]@
    (not) him/them I-have-him/them called
    "I have (not) called him/them"
Example #14:

    e.     ([email protected]@) t E "kamm- E "[email protected]@
    (not) to-you(sg) it I-have -it given
    "I have (not) given it to you"
Example #15:

    a.    u kiSE E/ i "Tritur
    I had him/them called
    "I had (would have) called him/ them"
Example #16:

    c.      u kiSE ja "[email protected]
    I had to-him it given
    "I had given it to him"
Example #17:

    a"i "kiSE ja "[email protected]
    he had to-him it given
    "He had given it to him"
Example #18:

    na "kiSE ja "[email protected]
    we had to-him it given
    "We had given it to him"
Example #19:

    d.      a"i ([email protected]) "kiSE [email protected]/ [email protected] "Tritur
    he (not) had me/ you called
    "He had not called me/ you"
Example #20:

    na "kiSE [email protected] "Tritur
    we had you called
    "We had called you"
Example #21:

    a"tO "kiSE [email protected] "Tritur
    they had me called
    "They had called me"
Example #22:

    e.      u kiSE t E "[email protected]
    I had to-you it given
    "I had given it to you"
Example #23:

    ti kiSE m E "[email protected]
    you-sg had to-me it given
    "You had given it to me"
Example #24:

    a"i "kiSE m E "[email protected]
    he had to-me it given
    "He had given it to me"
Example #25:

    ju "kiSE m E "[email protected]
    you-pl had to-me it given
    "You had given it to me"
Example #26:

    a"tO ([email protected]) "kiSE m E "[email protected]
    they (not) had to-me it given
    "They had (not) given it to me"
Example #27:

    a.     "p4it-E
    wait(sg)-him
    "Wait for him!"
Example #28:

    "[email protected]
    wait(sg)-me
    "Wait for me!"
Example #29:

    "p4it-na
    wait(sg)-us
    "Wait for us!"
Example #30:

    b.     "p4it-ni- E
    wait-pl-him
    "Wait for him!"
Example #31:

    "[email protected]
    wait-me-pl
    "Wait for me!"
Example #32:

    "zOEO-m
    wake up-sg me
    "Wake me up!"
Example #33:

    "zOEO-na
    wake up-sg us
    "Wake us up!"
Example #34:

    b.     "zOEO-ni- E
    wake up-pl-him
    "Wake him up!"
Example #35:

    [email protected] E "SOGEn
    not him they-see
    "They do not see him"
Example #36:

    u t " TO m               t E "[email protected]
    I to you say             PRT it you-do(subj)
    "I am telling you        to do it"
Example #37:

    6 m6 "mi4        [email protected] N"[email protected]
    it-is better     PRT you-get up-subj
    "it is better    that you get up"
Example #38:

    "ErDa          [email protected] t E "[email protected]
    I-came         for PRT him I-see(subj)
    "I came in order to see him"
Example #39:

    "zruDa         [email protected] mOh E "[email protected]
    I-went away for not him I-see(subj)
    "I went away in order not to see him"
Example #40:

    a"i [email protected] "Ta     t E "b6J
    he to-me said PRT it I-do(subj)
    "He told me to do it"
Example #41:

    u "dua         t E "b6tS
    I want         PRT it you-do(subj)
    "I want you to do it"
Example #42:

    [email protected] "TOm         (sa) t "vi:tS
    to-you I-say (that) PRT you-come(subj)
    "I am telling you to come"
Example #43:

    cf.     [email protected] kOn "TO:n sE "viEn
    to-me they-have said that he-comes(indic)
    "They have said to me that he comes"
Example #44:

    [email protected] "[email protected]      [email protected] a "[email protected]
    to-you I-said PRT him you-call(subj)
    "I told you   to call him"
Example #45:

    u "kiSa z"OEuE4
    myself I-had waked up
    "I had waked up"
Example #46:

    (j)u "kiSa [email protected]"OEeur
    myself I-had waked up
    "I had waked up"
Example #47:

    "kiSE u "laxur/ z"OEuitur
    I-had myself washed/ waked up
    "I had waked up"
Example #48:

    jOm "la:r
    I-am washed
    "I have washed myself"
Example #49:

    cf.   kOm ar"Du
    I-have come
    "I have come"
Example #50:

    "kOm "fjOtu ...
    I-have slept
    "I have slept"
Example #51:

    cf.   "kiSa "arDu
    I-had come
    "I had come"
Example #52:

    "kiSa "fjOtu
    I-had slept
    "I had slept"
Example #53:

    siOE"OEO- G-u
    wake up-M/R-yourself
    "Wake up!"
Example #54:

    siOE"OEO- G-u-ni
    wake up-M/R-yourself-pl
    "Wake up!"
Example #55:

    "viS-u
    dress up-yourself
    "Dress yourself up!"
Example #56:

    "viS-u-ni
    dress up-yourself-pl
    "Dress ypourself up!"
Example #57:

    "zOEO-u
    wake up-yourself
    "Wake up!"
Example #58:

    "zOEO- G-a-ni
    wake up-M/R-pl
    "Wake up!"
Example #59:

    "vES-u
    dress up-yourself
    "Dress up!"
Example #60:

    "vES-a-ni
    dress up-M/R-pl
    "Dress up!"
Example #61:

    dzi"O- X-u
    wake up-M/R-yourself
    "Wake up!"
Example #62:

    dzi"o- [email protected]
    wake up-M/R-pl
    "Wake up!"
Example #63:

    "viS-u
    dress up-M/R-yourself
    "Dress up!"
Example #64:

    "viS- @-ni
    dress up-M/R-pl
    "Dress up!"
Example #65:

    "La-x-u
    wash-M/R-yourself
    "Wash yourself!"
Example #66:

    "La-x-ni
    wash-M/R-pl
    "Wash yourself!"
Example #67:

    zi"[email protected]
    wake up-M/R-yourself
    "Wake up!"
Example #68:

    zi"OEO-n-ni
    wake up-M/R-pl
    "Wake up!"
Example #69:

    "viS-u
    dress up-yourself
    "Dress yourself up!"
Example #70:

    "[email protected]
    dress up-M/R-pl
    "Dress ypourself up!"
Example #71:

    "zOEO-x-u
    wake up-M/R-yourself
    "Wake up!"
Example #72:

    "[email protected]
    wake up-M/R-pl
    "Wake up!"
Example #73:

    a.      a"i u            veS
    he himself dressed
    `he dressed himself'
Example #74:

    b.      u         [email protected]:
    one       slept
    `one slept'
Example #75:

    c.      a"ta      u "pan sEmbrE sE SkuEn
    they one saw-pl always that (they) passed by
    `They are always seen to pass-by'
Example #76:

    d.      u         tSa:   "cELci
    itself it-broke glass-the
    `The glass broke'